Tag: windows replacement

3 Things to Avoid When Replacing Your Home Windows

It’s springtime. ‘Tis the season to purge clutter, rearrange the furniture, and make one or two major home improvements. Here at R&M Quality Windows & Doors, this is the time of year we see an influx of homeowners from Pleasanton, CA and the surrounding areas show up to our showroom with the same goal: to […]

4 Tips for Renovating a Small Space

The notion of “small living” has swept the nation in the last 5-10 years due to major economic shifts. Further, at least in my experience, I’ve noticed so many homeowners moving toward a more sustainable lifestyle—which, of course, includes living with less space, fewer bills, and smaller incomes. Especially here on the West Coast (I’m […]

How I Changed MY Ugly Home Into a Beautiful One

When I refer to how my home once was, I would truly describe it as ugly. I mean, sure—it was fine. It wasn’t dilapidated or gross, but it really was an eyesore. In fact, it stood out in the neighborhood. The homes around me are much, much newer; better entries, better windows, beautiful entry doors… […]

Why I Finally Decided to Declutter My Life

Tiny houses and “living small” is a very palpable movement across the US these days. And, it’s with good reason. There’s now science behind the positivity of “shrinking down” your lifestyle and testimonies of homeowners who have done so. Now, I know living in a tiny house is not for everyone—myself included. But, paring down […]

Replace My Windows, Replace My Stress!

A month ago, my husband and I had it out. There was this dramatic argument—you know, the kind about nothing, really. He was annoyed by me and I was irritated with him and there was no real reason for us to be arguing like teenagers, but we did it anyway. The next day, we figured […]

Project: Window Replacement.. Goal: Success!

I don’t know about you—but I did not inherit the do-it-yourself gene. My mom has this lovely DIY knack; everything she touches is beautiful. She can look at GARBAGE and reinvent it to be museum-worthy and no amount of cracked siding, broken windows, or fading deck board troubles her. She loves to “make things new,” […]

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