MS 30th Anniversary XXX
Advertisement

Making little changes for home renovation

You’re probably always looking for little ways to carry out some home renovation. The goal is to keep things looking great, whether you are upgrading the style and aesthetics of your home according to our personal taste, or the popular styles that dominate the home improvement market.

If you don’t fancy carrying out a huge upheaval of changing your whole home and disrupting family life, there are subtle, smaller changes you can make. We have a few ideas here that we think you’ll love if you want to make little changes in home renovation this year.

Upgrade your windows

Aluminium windows are becoming very popular. Modern and sleek, they are designed to last and look good. Windows made from aluminium have strong, slim frames that can provide more room for glass. This means more natural light should be able to enter your home.

GO CRAZY WITH YOUR WINDOWS. Aluminium windows are sustainable and resistant to rust, corrosion and extreme weather conditions. They’re a great choice for a bit of home renovation.

Sustainable and resistant to the likes of rust, corrosion and extreme weather conditions, aluminium windows are a great choice for a bit of home renovation. They also have high thermal efficiency properties and are practically maintenance free, allowing you to have stylish windows with minimal work.

Install bi-folding doors

SIMPLE, BUT IMPRESSIVE. Bi-folding doors are both functional and stunning. They are energy efficient too so that the room is still a comfortable temperature despite the amount of glass. 

Providing over a 90% clear opening for the back of your home,  bi-folding doors are so much more than your average patio doors. Seamlessly combining the indoors and outdoors, they can help you to enjoy your garden no matter what time of year it is.

Manufactured with precision to provide a high performance product, they are easy to operate and designed to keep you secure.

Ramp up your entrance

A LITTLE DRAMA WOULDN’T HURT.  The entrance to your home is often the first impression to many guests and makes your property look incredibly smart. 

You may wish to begin your home renovation with the front door, in which case you might be interested in having a composite door installed.

Composite doors are generally created from a glass reinforced polyester skin, a wooden frame and filled with polyurethane high density foam. While this sounds rather technical, the result of it is a strong, hardwearing front door for your home.

Composite doors can withstand weather conditions and provide protection for your house. With endless options when it comes to colour and decorative design, you’re able to put your own personal touch on your front door.

Offering many different benefits, a composite door comes with multi-point locking as standard as well as its sturdy composition.

Topics: home renovation , Aluminium windows , bi-folding doors , front door

Related stories:

No related stories matched this topic.

COMMENT DISCLAIMER: Reader comments posted on this Web site are not in any way endorsed by The Standard. Comments are views by thestandard.ph readers who exercise their right to free expression and they do not necessarily represent or reflect the position or viewpoint of thestandard.ph. While reserving this publication’s right to delete comments that are deemed offensive, indecent or inconsistent with The Standard editorial standards, The Standard may not be held liable for any false information posted by readers in this comments section.
AdvertisementKPPI
Advertisement