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    Get Energy Efficient with Shutters! [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Last updated 2 months ago

    Did you know that up to 50% of the heating and cooling loss that occurs in your home happens through your windows? Your windows have a dramatic effect on your energy usage and the cost of keeping your home comfortable. Windows allow sunlight to come in, which increases your indoor temperatures, and often let heated and cooled air escape, which makes your HVAC system work harder. You can reduce these issues by installing shutters. This Infographic from Bay Home & Window explains how shutters can help you control indoor temperatures and reduce heating and cooling loss. Find out more about shutters and our other products, like custom walk-in closets and organization systems, by stopping by our Bay Area store. You can help spread the word about the energy benefits of shutters by sharing this information with your family and friends.

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    Making the Most of Your Downsized Living Space

    Last updated 3 months ago

    After your kids move on to the next phases of their lives and you realize that you do not need as much space, you might want to downsize to a smaller home. If you are not prepared for it, this can be a difficult adjustment. Use the following tips to take advantage of your space and make yourself comfortable in your new, smaller residence.

    Purge Before You Move

    A smaller living space means less storage space. Before you relocate to your new home, take the time to purge clothing and other belongings that you no longer need. The more you can get rid of, the easier it will be to find a place for everything in your smaller home.

    Design a Custom Closet

    If the current closet space in your new home does not offer what you need, you can design a custom storage unit that makes it easy to find a place for all of your belongings. Whether you want a closet organization system in your bedroom or in the family room, this upgrade will help you get settled in your new living space and adjust to downsized living.

    Get Rid of Clutter

    Clutter can make a small space seem even smaller, which is why it is important to do what you can to eliminate clutter in your new home. Take advantage of your new organization system and make an effort to always put everything back in its place so you can completely avoid clutter.

    With the help of Bay Home & Window, it is easy to downsize in the San Francisco area. We bring you the opportunity to design your own closet systems at 20-30 percent off retail prices. We also specialize in plantation shutters. For more information about our line of organization products and design services, visit us online or call (925) 401-3951.

    What to Expect During a Bay Home & Window Free Consultation

    Last updated 3 months ago

    At Bay Home & Window, we want to provide products and services that help our customers get exactly what they want. That’s why we offer free in-home consultations for shutters and organization systems.

    During a consultation, one of our representatives will come out to your home to look at your design needs and the architectural features of your space. This will help you and the representative figure out what kind of interior shutters or closet organization systems will do the most for your home. The representative will also take time to measure the space to give you a realistic estimate of how much your shutters or shelving will cost.

    Whether you need plantation shutters or a closet organization system, Bay Home & Window is more than happy to help. With some of the best interior shutters and organization systems in all of San Francisco, we do what we can to keep every customer pleased. To learn more, visit us online or call (925) 401-3951.

    Questions to Ask as You Plan Your Home Entertainment Center

    Last updated 3 months ago

    You can create a great spot for entertainment in your own home with the right products. There are many options for entertainment centers available today, so it’s important to carefully evaluate what you want and what you need. As you start to think about your future home entertainment center, be sure to ask yourself the following questions.

    How Much Can I Spend?

    Before you fall in love with an elaborate system of electronics to fill your entertainment center, decide how much you can spend on the project. Create a budget so you can easily see how much money you have to spend on the entertainment equipment and the organization system you will use to keep everything in order.

    What Kind of Television Should I Buy?

    The television is usually the foundation of any great entertainment system, which means you should spend some time picking out one that meets all of your needs. Do you want to spend money on a smart TV so you can stream shows without another device? Do you have the space for a 60-inch television? Think about the size and style of your living space so you can make a television purchase that really enhances your entertainment experience.

    How Much Space Do I Really Need?

    The best entertainment centers are those that are built around your specific needs. If you plan to use yours mostly for gaming, for example, you’ll want to think about incorporating a way to hide all of the necessary cords and gaming accessories. If you want to use your center to watch movies, though, you should include features that make it easier to sit back and relax with your favorite film.

    No matter what kind of media center you want in your home, Bay Home & Window can help you get it. Our entertainment centers and closet organization systems make it easy to create order and convenience in your home. To learn more about our San Francisco custom closet designs or our plantation shutters, visit us online or call (925) 401-3951.

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