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 •  December 14, 2017

With the cold weather comes beautiful snow falls, and we want your basement to be ready for it! Windows are an opportunity for water to get into your home! After it rains or snows, walk around the basement and other floors of your home to look for damp spots or pools of water around your basement windows and window wells. To avoid problems, you may...

Rockwell, LLC

 •  November 20, 2017

The temperatures are dropping and here at Rockwell Window Wells we’re getting out the hot chocolate and warming up the fireplace! Here are our tips for keeping your home warm this holiday season. This window well lid will help keep the chilly winter winds out while still allowing sunlight in. Installing a light colored window well enclosure will...

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 •  October 16, 2017

Basement bathrooms tend to run small. They will make you feel cramped and they can cost a fortune to expand. However, it isn’t difficult to make a few changes that will give your bathroom the appearance of an expansion! (and they cost a lot less too!) Even a small piece of furniture, like a magazine basket, can cause the room to “shrink.” Also,...

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 •  August 11, 2017

Basement window wells are a necessity if you want to let a little natural light in. The biggest problem is that the typical metal window well gives the feel of a dungeon to the basement. Below are some ideas to improve your basement window wells and make them Pinterest worthy! Garden! You can put pots out there or even hang baskets from the grate...

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 •  July 17, 2017

I have been obsessed with succulents lately and they are taking over my apartment! They are in pots by the window, they are in tea cups in the kitchen, and they are in fairy gardens on the porch. I’ve started looking for other places to put them and I realized that I haven’t even touched the basement window wells! I decided to start little...

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 •  June 15, 2017

1. Make the musty basement not musty Before the summer is in full swing take the time to improve air quality in the basement. Clean out the air vents and replace any dirty or old air filters. Opening windows is one of the best ways to scrap that musty smell. Get new air flowing into the basement movie room, bedroom, play room, and food storage...

Rockwell, LLC

 •  April 11, 2017

When it comes to home design, one of the areas that is largely neglected is the basement window wells. So much attention is given to the interior of the house that the majority of people simply install the same old generic, metal wells. At Rockwell Window Wells, we are looking to change this with our decorative, unique egress window wells. But what...

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 •  March 26, 2015

How To Do Just About Anything… Vendor Review: Better Built Basements Using Basement Window Wells 7 Essential Measures to Keep Your Basement Safe against Intruders Online Forums for Basement Design and Upkeep 5 Easy Ways to Solve Wet Basement Woes Window Wells in the Springtime That’s Entertainment!: Media Storage PART II That’s Entertainment!:...

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 •  March 26, 2015

Over the past year we’ve talked about how to do just about anything. Here are a few topics you can use as a resource if you sense some basement woes coming on or feel like your basement is getting a little boring. How to use your basement to increase resale value Increasing Resale Value: Part I Increasing Resale Value Part II Increasing Resale...

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 •  January 30, 2015

The care you take now in applying good methods of storage for your keepsakes and other items will make a big difference later on. This, the fourth “Storage 101″ post, gives guidance in selecting storage containers and following recommended procedures to keep your stored items safe. At the bottom, you’ll find links to a variety of useful storage ...