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Home Improvement Ideas That Make Home Cozy & Cool

Summer is the perfect time to get down to home-improvement business. Tackling major projects such as home additions, redesigning landscaping, or replacing windows during the hot months can minimize inconvenience to your family. While sometimes winter blues might inspire design and décor improvements, summer is truly the best time to consider both the indoor and outdoor aspects of your home.

When the dog days of summer hit, looking outside is even better than being outside. Wide, big windows let in natural light and let you see the full of beauty of your in-bloom yard! Replacement windows are key to preventing energy waste in your home, as well as keeping the cool air in. An investment into Four Seasons quality windows will result in long-term savings: keeping your home as warm as possible when the cold breeze rolls around. 

Green grass and full flowers- rejoice! The warm months are ideal for planting and re-designing your exterior landscaping. Bright annuals and textured shrubbery can bring visual interest to the outside of your home, perfectly complimenting any sunroom addition. 

Sunrooms increase your all-seasons living space. Truly embodying the mantra, “the indoor outdoors,” sunrooms are summer’s perfect accessory. Four Seasons home additions such as all-season sunrooms and breathtaking conservatories help keep your home cool in the heat and warm in the cold, with advanced CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™ glazing techniques! Featuring Stay-Clean Technology, all Four Seasons home additions stay cleaner for longer- reducing wear-and-tear and adding life-long value to your home. Click here to explore the benefits of adding a sunroom to your home!

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