Do you mean a rain diverter? These usually attach to the roof above the window. There's also window rain guards. These both install pretty quickly and you could p...
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Choose vinyl windows for energy efficiency and low maintenance. Choose aluminum windows if you like the look or are concerned with the strength of the window. Alu...
What type of paint are you using? And what type of brushes? In general, the better quality brush, the better the paint job will look. But more info on the type of...
Sounds like you've done a lot of work. Any pics?
Whether you should aluminum or vinyl windows is an individual choice for each person. That said, vinyl windows generally offer the best mix of affordability and e...
There are several ways to do this without replacing the windows (since I assume you don't want to or aren't able to replace the windows.) One is with curtains. Y...
Generally, single hung windows are cheaper to install and maintain. However, they're also more difficult to clean and they provide less ventilation than double hu...
I second the above suggestion. Using a wire while the foam is still wet usually works.
I've seen this problem in condos before. There are a couple of things you can do. One is to turn on a baseboard heater below the window, if you have one. That wil...
Black is definitely a good choice for a red brick house, especially since you have black shutters already.
Wiping the door down with warm water and soap before it gets too cold can sometimes help. But, yes, you'll eventually need to replace it.
Probably not, depending on your situation and, if you did, it would be pretty difficult and might not turn out the way you want it too. Sorry!
Good thinking to recognize that this is an issue. David is right. There are security pins that can be used to help in this situation. They're screw-like pieces th...
What sort of gap are you talking about and how large is it? In order to give specific advice, I'll need more information on the problem. Does the gap exist beca...