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Plan your deck now so you can enjoy it when the weather turns warmer!
Don’t miss John’s Lumber INDOOR DECK EXPO to discover the newest decking products and trends, see first-hand the latest offerings, and learn about tried-and-true customer favorites from brands like Trex, Timbertech, Azek, and more. Industry professionals will be on hand to answer questions and present all the possibilities to create a spectacular new deck for your home.
Mark your calendar to stop by our Clinton Township location, Saturday, February 22nd, 2020 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm and see why John’s Lumber is Macomb’s largest decking dealer!
Most homeowners find that the kitchen is the most used room in their house. From getting kids ready for school, to preparing meals, to the inevitable point in every party where your guests all end up there, the kitchen is a crossroad. You need it to function but you also want it to be a room you and your guests feel good in. Most American homes will update their kitchen every eight years. Here are a few trends in home design to consider for your kitchen upgrade.
Kitchen Color Palette
For 2020, one of the biggest color trends for home interiors will be navy. Sherwin-Williams recently named its paint color Naval, a rich navy, as the paint color of the year. It pairs particularly well with gold metal tones and marble surfaces.
Cabinetry & Countertops
A continuing trend in kitchens is the use of complementary colors on the top and bottom cabinets. If you are considering tapping the 2020 trend toward navy, use it as the bottom cabinet color and pair it with white countertops and backsplash. A great countertop material choice to pair with navy is white marble or marble-inspired products from Corian or Cambria.
After years in nothing but stainless, kitchen appliances in other metal options are making headway. Black tones continue to be popular as well as accents in brass or gold tones.
The biggest trend in faucets for 2020 will be gooseneck designs in gold, black or brass tones. Stainless is still a mainstay, but if you want a trendier look consider the impact these richer colors will bring, especially if you are incorporating navy into your kitchen. An amazingly useful feature from several manufacturers is the hands-free option. When you want to turn the faucet on you just move your hand in front of it, very helpful for frequent hand washing during meal prep.
Whether you want a modern design or a more classic traditional look, John’s Lumber designers will meet with you so that you can achieve the beautiful and functional kitchen you want that reflects your personality and style. Contact us or come in to our Clinton Township or Shelby Township stores. We are excited to make your vision become a reality!
We sometimes forget just how important entry doors are for our homes. These are often used multiple times a day. They provide a convenient point of entry and protection. Your entry door is also a part of your home’s curb appeal and overall aesthetic. That’s why choosing the right one is so important. How do you decide which door to install on your home?
Entry Door Materials
There are three primary materials used to make entry doors. They include wood, fiberglass, and steel.
You will also need to decide between compression sealed doors and magnetically sealed doors. Compression uses a PVC gasket that forms a tight seal when closed. Metal doors may use a magnetic seal that’s similar to those used on refrigerators.
Front Door Installation
Finding the right entry door can be a challenge. Tell us what you need and how much you want to spend and we can help find the right door on your budget. We’ll show you models that match your requirements. Contact us or stop by our Clinton Township or Shelby Township locations to get started on your new front door installation.
From the entire team at John’s Lumber, we are extending a Happy Thanksgiving to all our patrons and customers!
We’re proud to be Macomb’s largest decking dealer, but we can’t do it alone. We’re thankful this year for you – each and every one of our valued customers who help put our expertise to work on each and every project. We look forward to many more years of working with you, and we are here for you for your home improvements needs.
Happy Thanksgiving from John’s Lumber, our staff, and our families to yours!
Each season changes the world around your home. It’s a beautiful, fascinating process, but one that can also pose risks to your property. That’s why it’s essential to prep before the colder weather arrives. What can you do to get your doors and windows ready for winter?
Check for Drafts or Leaks
Go to each door and window in your home and check for any drafts or leaks. If you see moisture or feel air coming in from outside, then something isn’t sealed. You may need to install weather stripping or touch up caulking. Seal all openings now to keep your home comfortable during the colder season.
Trim Back Branches and Foliage
Trim back any branches or foliage that are close to your home. Clear away anything that’s overgrown or loose from summer storms. These can become window hazards on a breezy fall day. Also, consider how natural objects might travel if they come down. A dead tree that’s away from your home may be tall enough to hit, if it should fall.
Be Ready to Clear Leaves
The changing leaves are a breathtaking sight, but they also create big messes on your property. Have a rake ready to move leaves away from doors and off windows. Dead leaves trap in moisture which can cause wood doors and seals to rot.
Clean All Panes, Screens, and Frames
Enjoy the autumn season even more by making it as visible as possible throughout your home. Wipe down all panes, screens, and frames on the inside and outside. Don’t forget to clean any glass panes in or around your entry door as well.
Replace Damaged Doors or Windows
If you notice any cracked or damaged windows or doors, now is the time to replace them. Contact John’s Lumber or stop by our Clinton Township or Shelby Township locations before winter arrives. We can help you find new doors or windows that will keep your home comfortable all year long.
JOHN’S LUMBER CLINTON TWP
34151 S Gratiot Ave.
Clinton Twp, MI 48035
JOHN’S LUMBER SHELBY TWP
52575 Van Dyke Ave.
Shelby Township, MI 48316
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