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JINS Ageo Shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan http://ow.ly/Ll3D304n3Fx
New interior walls are offset from the original wall lines, finished with brick tiles usually used for exterior finishes; shelves and display furniture are designed as independent elements detached from the building.
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More than a half-century in the business has taught us a thing or two about making the best vinyl and composite windows and doors you can put in your home. http://ow.ly/xuwo304n2YM
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DIY Hexagon Stool or Side Table Using Thrifted Legs http://ow.ly/qw5Y304n2lX
Get in on the geometric trend with these easy hexagon stools (using thrifty salvaged furniture legs), perfect for a foot stool, side table, or plant stand.
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A Trellis or a Pergola? Get to Know Garden Structures http://ow.ly/wIRP304n2e9
Can you tell an arch from an arbor, from a trellis, from a pergola?
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Add Smartphone and Alexa Control To Any Light or Outlet For $28 or Less http://ow.ly/oDpP304n0Hf
Like the idea of a Belkin WeMo Switch, but not willing to spend up to $60 to try one out? TP-Link’s well reviewed alternatives are on sale today.
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Paint a Piece of Poster Board Instead of Your Wall to Test Out Colors and Finishes http://ow.ly/EyQg303V14D
Painting a little square of color on your wall is a good way to test out potential wall colorings, but you only get to see how it looks on that particular patch of wall in that particular lighting situation. To see how it would look in any part of the room, paint a piece of poster board and move it around.
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Through the Looking Glass: 10 New Trends for Fall 2016 http://ow.ly/Z8iJ304n3F0
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Simple DIY Halloween Candy Bowl http://ow.ly/5p68304n2pa
It's easy to create your own Halloween candy bowl with some stickers, spray paint and primer. Follow these easy steps to create your own!
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Simple, Inexpensive Upgrades You Can Make Before Selling Your Home http://ow.ly/Lpbh304n2es
When you’re trying to sell your home, you want to squeeze as much value out of it as you can. Some upgrades, like a kitchen remodel, can maximize your value, but they’re also time-consuming and expensive. Here are a few simpler, cheaper upgrades you can make.
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Common Rookie Plumbing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them http://ow.ly/Tjrv304n2dN
Doing your own plumbing repairs can save a bundle of cash, but there are all sorts of little things that you might not think of that can send your DIY projects awry. Here are a few mistakes that amateur plumbers often make.
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A Traditional Toronto House Becomes Modern http://ow.ly/Bs8n304n0yE
In an East-end neighborhood in Toronto, +tongtong renovated and designed an addition to a traditional Victorian house while respecting the area homes.
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Before & After: Shabby Shed Turned Pretty Screened Porch http://ow.ly/rbVa303V134
One person's tear-down is another's dreamy little backyard escape.
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Wes Johnson
4 months ago
On first blush the windows which were installed by a local partner were okay there is nothing wrong with 80% of the wondows, but I had a couple that developed issues with taping. Ever try to get Amsco to honor a warranty? Yeah not so much as it turns out. After numerous phone calls, e-mails and so on the best I could get Amsco to do was try and negotiate with a local repairman on their behalf. Said repairman was not sure how he would be paid or this was so out of the ordinary he passed on the work. Amsco left me high and dry. When the day comes to replace windows, Amsco drops to the bottom of the list as I have learned my lesson.
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Chad Taylor
a year ago
We ordered a window last Monday. We needed it quicker than two weeks because that was the quickest Home Depot and Lowes could do it and we needed it faster. They gave two options. One was expedited which would have had the window to us by Friday. The other was regular which would have it to use by Tuesday, maybe Monday. Given the contractor's availability we did Tuesday. We have 4 contractors just waiting to finish the kitchen once the window is in place. We call today and they tell us it isn't coming in today or tomorrow. we ask why and explain what was told to us and their response is that we heard wrong and they never said "Monday" or "Tuesday". Now the story is that they said 7 to 8 business days. Basically that we made the story up. My wife and I were both there. We were talking days. We picked the regular option because Tuesday worked just as well as Friday given our contractor availability. They now deny this as their explanation for the window not being there. Now we must move our contractors all back which will cost us more and will delay our kitchen being finished by weeks. Don't rely on what they say as to dates. Get it in writing. Bad first experience with Amsco. Wouldn't recommend.
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Missy Ebberts
2 years ago
We have been looking for new windows for our house for a couple of years but not finding a company we felt comfortable with. I am so thankful that we found Solar Window and Door. From the beginning to the end they were wonderful. Trish was so great in telling us what our options were with no sell pressure. The install was great and professional. Clean up was great. We love our new Amsco windows. We can already feel and see the difference. I will use Solar Window and Door for all my window needs.
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Randy Mathey
a year ago
The local company I ordered Amsco Windows through was great, the installation went well. The price was fair. Energy efficiency and noise buffering is greatly improved over my old windows. That is why I am giving them 3 stars. But the windows themselves are such a disappointment. Every window has impurities between the panes making it impossible to get a clean window. These impurities range from broken glass sometimes embedded in the seal, squeegee markings, and, creepiest of all, noticeable finger prints preserved forever between the panes. I contacted the company I ordered the windows from and they did replace one section of one window - the new one also has impurities including some fingerprints. I was made to feel my expectations of clear clean glass unreasonable.
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Richard Barnes
a year ago
Lousy product. Windows literally fall apart when you try to open and close them. They are difficult to open and close, the spring lift assists pop out, the window trim falls off, and the glaze tape "oozed out of all 15 windows in my house. The cold air passes right through them and they don't block heat or UV rays well at all. Two of them developed moisture between the panes within 2 years and had to be replaced. The warranty didn't include labor and the labor was more than the glass. One of the windows leaked when it rained and I had to calk all of them to prevent drafts after several visits from my local installer. There is a reason why builders prefer to use these windows..... contractor grade. That means CHEAP and usually substandard! Now I am pricing retrofit windows in my seven year old home because these windows are junk. Don't buy a house with these windows in them.... you will regret it.
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Jim Johnson
a year ago
I moved into and apartments building in Pasadena, Ca., and the apartment has Amsco windows. I had a problem with the windows and I called Hardy Windows since they installed the windows originally. Dale Swanson was extremely helpful in resolving the locking issue and it turned out to be just a minor adjustment. Love the service Hardy Windows provided and really love these windows.
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Jonathan Wirth
a year ago
We purchased a new house with the vs-1 studio windows in 2012. These are the worst windows on the market. Nothing but trouble from the 1st year we owned them.The spring mechanism housing pops down or up when you open these. IF you don't ever want to open your windows then these would be great!! At this point our windows remain closed and looked through. We can't open them any longer with confidence.
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Jason and Tracy
2 years ago
I finally found a stamp on my windows that says AMSCO, and I've been waiting to write this review on how BAD the quality of these windows are, and I used to sell windows for a living. The seals are broken on half of the windows in our house where the glass has actually separated from the frame, including the sliding glass door. We have four windows where the weights and/or springs have completely fallen out. Our house is freezing in the wintertime. These windows do nothing to keep the cold out. In our bedroom, we have to cover them up with thick insulation foam during the winters. One of our neighbors has the same windows, and they have several cracks. We have some that will only open halfway and get stuck. I'm really disgusted that the contractors who built these homes (and sold them for up to $400,000) chose such cheap windows to install. It is going to be really hard selling our house without replacing all the windows first. Completely disgusted.
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