One of the biggest trends in home decor today is the addition of a box valance to the window coverings of your home. Whether for a large bay windows or smaller bedroom and kitchen windows, a box valance adds an air of sophistication to traditional window coverings and can be made to match the existing décor of the home. Homeowners that have created their own custom window treatments for the home can use many of the same supplies to create a box valance that matches their window treatments perfectly.
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To add extra security to their home without incurring a lot of additional cost, some homeowners turn to a battery operated motion detector. These motion detectors are easy for the homeowner to install and do not require much maintenance to keep them in working order. There are many different types of battery operated motion detector systems available on the retail market for homeowners to choose from, each coming in a different style, color, or motion detection alerting signal.
Many homes have sliding patio doors made of glass and metal separating their living or family room to their patio in their backyard. These sliding patio doors can be heavy to push or pull and can be difficult for some family members in the home to use, especially children and older individuals that do not have much strength. In order to solve this problem, some manufacturers have created systems that can turn your heavy patio doors into automatic sliding patio doors.
Water damage can occur in virtually any area of the home, but is most common in the bathroom, especially around the bathtub. Bathtub water damage can be difficult to fix and costly to repair, but there are ways for a homeowner to avoid the headache and hassle of bathtub water damage in their home.
By following a few simple tips, the homeowner can ensure that the risk of water damage to their home is greatly reduced and if the unfortunate occurs, the resulting damage will be easy to repair.
1. Bathtub Water Damage Can Be Prevented With Routine Checking
Many people redecorating or renovating a property these days will fit recessed lights in some rooms. Recessed lights can, of course, be installed in any room of a property to provide inconspicuous lighting and an even lighting pattern within it. Whilst most recessed lighting is fitted into ceilings; it can also be fitted into walls, under cabinets and even in staircases to create some truly stunning effects.