Monthly Archives September 2013

Beautiful sliding doors

Sliding doors are not only functional, they can be beautiful as well, adding an unexpected design aesthetic to your space. Here are a few examples to get your inspiration flowing: Modern Exterior by Seattle Architects & Designers Fivedot Design Build Contemporary Living Room by Bethesda Siding & Exterior Contractors Alco Products Inc Modern Living Room by San Francisco Architects & Designers John Maniscalco Architecture
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Need new windows in Denver?

Now that it's officially autumn and the days are getting shorter and the air cooler, it's time to get going on that window replacement for your home. Hurry, before Denver snows begin to fall! New, energy-efficient windows can help keep your heating bill down. Find out more when you call or email Gravina's. Fill out our Free Consultation form to get started >> FREE CONSULTATION
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Five Tips for Selecting Patio Doors

With the selection of sliding, swinging, French and bi-fold patio doors available today, you have the flexibility to create a truly custom design that complements your home's architectural style and helps to define your outdoor living space. What type of patio door you use depends on your home's design, your lifestyle and convenience. For example is it opening to a large outdoor living space that flows from your interior living space? Is it for a small balcony? Or is it part of a large wall of windows? Our architects and designers have put together a list of five design tips
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New windows for fall & winter

With cooler days approaching, it may be time for you to consider installing new windows in your home. Not only can they improve your home's overall curb appeal, they can dramatically reduce your heating bills in the fall and winter months. Give us a call with any questions, or fill out our online estimate form! (It's at the bottom of our home page.)    
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How to choose windows: Tips from Houzz.com

Windows are a major investment. They need to bring the outside in when you want, but also have to keep the elements at bay when you don't. The options for style, function and performance can be overwhelming. Below are five things to consider before you purchase replacement windows, and tips on deciding whether to repair or replace. Lingo to know: Sash: A moveable frame that holds the window glass; a double-hung window is made up of two moveable sashes Mull: To join two or more windows together Muntins: Strips of wood that divide the sash into smaller sections of glass,
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