Controlling your homes privacy is important and that’s why patio blinds have become very popular in recent years. We see it very common especially for those that have double doors leading to their patio area. Better yet, getting blinds that are in-between the glass panels gives you a bunch of added benefits that traditional door blinds don’t offer. That’s why we’re going to go through how easy it is to install enclosed blinds on your patio doors by replacing your existing door glass with a glass insert that has blinds in-between the glass. You’re going to love the new look!
There’s a new product making it’s way to homeowners everywhere, and it’s called Blink | Blinds + Glass. This new product is a game changer. It is the next generation of blinds that are in-between the glass panels creating the ultimate blinds solution for all of your glass doors and windows. Blink | Blinds + Glass, Enclosed Blinds, and Add-On Blinds are all blinds that are sealed inside the glass panels. Traditionally, blinds have been on the outside of the glass, usually hung on a door frame or window frame to generate some control on your privacy levels. These blinds are already inside the glass!
Warmer months mean a lot of things for homeowners; outdoor activities, lawn care, home improvement projects, the list goes on. Taking full advantage of the opportunities the fresh air brings is vital to maximizing the use and comfort of your home. And actually, that’s why we love retractable screen doors. Retractable screens are the perfect solution for homeowners looking to maximize the benefits that warm fresh air brings to our daily lives. We love retractable screens so much, that we put together a list of all the great reasons you should get one onto your entryways immediately.
Enhancing your entryway is a great way to increase the functionality and also the curb appeal of your home. Two of the most popular ways to expand the use of your entryway is by adding a Retractable Screen Door or by adding a Storm Door. The question is, what is the difference and which one is right for me? Have no fear! We’re here to help you with making that perfect selection so you can grab the right product and get started on upgrading your door.
You’ve just exhausted all of your top gift-giving ideas for Christmas, and now Valentine’s Day hits. Not to worry, you’re bound to find a gem of an idea in the following list of curated products to give your special someone.
Home design trends change. Taste can change, style can change, and we want to make sure you’ve got the latest and greatest designs to match. That’s why we’re proud to announce the release of 3 brand new decorative designs for our door glass collection. Not only do we want to show you our brand new designs, but also offer you 25% off to get you started on your entryway enhancement.
Are you counting down the days until Christmas? We certainly are! Here at Zabitat, we’ll be celebrating the final days leading up to Christmas with 12 days of special Christmas savings. Snag that last-minute gift for a friend or family member, or treat yourself to a home improvement upgrade. Either way, you don’t want to miss out on these deals! Keep reading to see what we’re bringing you each day of this epic Christmas savings event.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year — shopping season! Have you checked off everyone on your list? To help make this year’s holiday shopping a breeze, we’ve put together a list of 10 gifts the home improvement fanatic in your life is sure to love.
In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, homeowners along the coast might be wondering what more they can do to protect their houses when bad weather strikes. Thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes can easily cause damage to homes and usually hit without much prior warning. By taking a preventative approach to home security, homeowners can save money…
Donna Boyle Schwartz notes 3 major benefits that you will enjoy by replacing the aging windows in your home. These benefits may seem subtle, but they add up to big differences in the long run. First, they cut down on maintenance costs, which will save you time. Second, they really help block out external noise.…