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How to Choose a Color Palette for Your Home's Hardware, Surfaces, and Architectural Finishes

Posted on 2/25/20 5:00 AM

 

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3 Areas You Never Thought Could Need Balustrades but Would Look Great

Posted on 2/19/20 5:00 AM

 

Whenever there is mention of the term "balustrade system", most people immediately think of balconies, the porch, deck, or stair railings. While it's true balustrades are commonly used in these areas, did you know that if used creatively, a balustrade system can fit almost anywhere?  Here are three areas you never thought could need balustrades, but if used would look great.

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Tips to Help You Match Your Staircase to Your Home’s Recent Renovations

Posted on 2/13/20 5:00 AM

So you recently renovated your home, and every part of it, from the bathroom to the kitchen looks new and feels fresh. Well, congratulations and welcome to the world of comfortable living. However, despite everything being all fresh, the stairway seems out of place, and now all it does is remind you of the way your house previously looked. If this is your current predicament, you'll be surprised to know you're not alone. During interior renovation projects, most homeowners often direct their attention to other surfaces around the home and forget the staircase. Fortunately, it's never too late. Here are several things you can do to give your home's staircase a lift and get it to match your home's recent renovation.

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The Top 5 Reasons to Choose a Fiberglass Balustrade System

Posted on 1/21/20 5:00 AM

Adding new balustrades to the exterior of your home or commercial facility is a great way to improve your building's curb appeal, and it can also help to improve the safety of porches, staircases, and raised walkways on your property. However, with there being so many materials to choose from when looking at balustrade systems, it can be difficult to know which system to choose. While wood has often been the material of choice for balustrades, more people are choosing to instead go with fiberglass balustrades due to the enhanced benefits that they can provide. If you are considering purchasing new balustrades for your building's exterior, here are just a few of the benefits that you could gain by choosing fiberglass balustrades.  

 

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Building a Balcony, Should You Use Aluminum Railing or a Balustrade System for Safety?

Posted on 1/7/20 5:00 AM

Building a new balcony is an exciting time for any homeowner. Maybe you decided to make an overlook to enhance the front of your home or a leisurely upper deck where you can admire your backyard from above. Balconies are something that almost any two-story home can have, especially if you also have room for a door in the upper floorplan. Some people cut back the top of the home for a balcony, though most build a pillar-supported deck balcony which becomes (or already was) the lower porch roof.


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Choosing the Right Balustrade System

Posted on 12/10/19 5:00 AM

A balustrade is a type of a railing system that offers design flexibility, durability, and strength. It can be applied indoors and outdoors in commercial, residential, and industrial settings.

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10 Exciting Ways to Use Balustrade Systems in Your Home

Posted on 10/22/19 5:00 AM

Worthington Millwork's elegant balustrade systems combine the finest balustrade materials available -  the impeccable classic styling allows you to select the perfect balustrade system to make your home stand out. Our stylish columns complement our elegant Balustrade Systems-when used in combination, they add additional beauty and richness to any home.


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Four Reasons to Install a Balustrade System

Posted on 10/1/19 5:00 AM

Balustrades serve as elegant reminders of bygone times, as well as practical safety structures. They enhance the appearance and value of a property, while at the same time offering a high level of design customization, and no need for intensive maintenance (if any at all).

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