It’s a new year, and while the debate goes on whether we’re in a new decade or not (we’re not), the numerology of 2020 is still pretty awesome. Every new year, the majority of people everywhere around the world make new year’s resolutions for the betterment of themselves. We at Talius would like to offer some suggestions for sustainability practices that we can all achieve this year to make the world a better place.read more
Savvy homeowners recognize the numerous benefits of investing in cost-efficient solar screens, such as Habitat Screens, as the mercury rises to new heights and weather patterns change, around the globe.
Here’s what you need to know before making a purchase.
The official start of fall comes with the Autumnal Equinox this year on Saturday the 22nd of September. With this, the world prepares for the winter. The wind chills and the natural world opens up with an array of colors only seen around this time.
As the evenings and nights become cooler, many families tend to try to spend more time on their patio trying to get the most time outdoors before it gets too cold. In this blog post, we’re going to offer some ideas on getting the most out of your patio for the glorious season – Fall.
Outfitting your home with Rollshutters and Habitat Screens can be a very big decision for any homeowner. However, how do you know which option is the best for your individual project? The answer lies in what your goals are when completed. Rollshutters and Habitat Screens often overlap with many of their core benefits and what they offer to your home but there are also many key differences that can help determine which is the best fit for your project. In this article, we’ll look first at some of the similarities and then offer insights into the differences to help you make your decision.
As we grow in technological sophistication, more and more technologies have come to the fore to make your home more energy efficient and minimize your carbon footprint. Besides decreasing your carbon footprint, making your home energy efficient just makes good financial sense – and it helps the environment. We’ve listed below some of the more popular technologies that can make your home more energy efficient.
Summer is almost upon us, and if you’re anything like me you’ll want to get the most out of this brief but thoroughly enjoyable season. Yes, summer does mean going to the beach and getting out and enjoying nature but many of us also prefer to relax and enjoy our outdoor living spaces. Here are six things you can do to get your patio or deck summer ready.
With the various shading options out there, it can be difficult to determine which best fits our needs, especially when it comes to interior and exterior blinds. As the names imply, interior mounted blinds are mounted inside your window casing while exterior mounted blinds are mounted on the outside of your window. Which option is best depends on your location, budget, and what you would like the blinds to achieve.
When winter comes, you never know how harsh it will be. That’s why it’s vital to secure your summer property. If you take the right approach to protecting your cabin or vacation home, you won’t be facing any unpleasant surprises next spring. Let’s find out about smart and effective ways to protect your property.
Do you spend warm summer mornings sipping coffee on your apartment balcony? Or maybe you like catching a breath of fresh air on a cool autumn evening? Maybe you want to arrange a romantic date under the stars while in the comfort of your own home?
In the quest to gain maximum comfort, and aesthetic excellence for your home, the question of whether to use awnings or screens will invariably come up. In this purchasing guide, we’ll be examining which option is best and the various pro’s and con’s of each – exterior solar screens or retractable awnings.