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How to Clean Awnings
An awning can be used for multiple things and therefore some degree of flexibility in its operation is more than welcome. Retractable awnings placed in the patio or in the front yard, need to be kept clean to give your home an immaculate appearance.
Creative Patio Design Ideas
Your patio is typically a place where you can laze around and relax. It works out great for those lazy weekends where you can just relax alone with a book or hang around with friends and family. In other words, your patio is anyways an extension of your home. With that said, wouldn’t it be [...]Read More
Solar Shades Increase Comfort in Your Home
Nearly everyone in Arizona can relate to the summer being unbearably hot. You may have become used to the interior of your house feeling hot despite how much you blast your air conditioning at a low temperature during the late spring and summer months. This unpleasant heat in your home is most commonly caused by [...]Read More
Retractable Awnings from Liberty Home Products
Here at Liberty Home Products, we strive to provide you with the best looking and most functional awnings and shade for your home. We understand the unique climate patterns and shade needs of the desert dweller and offer a variety of home products to suit your needs.
3 Differences Between Awnings and Canopies
While people often use the terms interchangeably, awnings and canopies are actually quite different. Before explaining the difference between the two, ask yourself these questions: Do you enjoy socializing with your guests outside or inside? Do you have a patio attached to your home? If not, are you looking for a way to create a [...]Read More
Shade When You Want It
Most of us live in Arizona because we enjoy the climate, and our 300-plus days of sunshine annually. Problem is, the very same sunshine that feels really great during the 60 to 70 degree temperatures we experience year-round is more than a bit uncomfortable during a drought-stricken, 100+ degree summer days. Wouldn’t those sunny days [...]Read More