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Your Must Haves for A Green House Garden Window

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Tired of seeing your windows boring and empty? Keep out from the wear and tear curtains and indulge into something fresh and natural!


If you are thinking of great ideas for your kitchen garden windows, why not invest in cost-effective indoor gardening that will not merely upgrade the overall look of your kitchen oriel, but can also help you fostering positive spirit and a more relaxing, restful ambiance.

We are aware that devoting some time in nature is linked to reduced stress levels and relieves tension. As a matter of fact, Dutch researchers back in 2008 found out that patients with indoor plants in their rooms has lower stress levels than patients without them.

Yet, functional decorating for our garden windows has always been a struggle for most of us. We think that any plant can work in every home and we just select anything. The fact is: it’s not as easy as that.

That’s why we’ve rounded up some plants that are easy to take care of, effective at increasing oxygen and clearing out toxins for cleaner breathing air.

Why not start with the any of the following:

Money Plant.
It is believed that if a money plant grows well in your house it will bring wealth. This is a very easy to grow and it doesn’t even require much effort to maintain it. Its presence in your household is excellent for your health as it is very effective in removing formaldehyde from the air.

Aloe Vera Plant.
It grows best with lots of sun. It has a number of healing properties, from soothing skin burns and cuts to detoxifying the body, and it can aid in sustaining the air quality in your home. The plant can help clear the air of pollutants found in chemical cleaning products, and when the amount of harmful chemicals in the air becomes excessive, the plants’ leaves will display brown spots.

Peace Lily.
This amazing low-maintenance plant is worth keeping in every household. It does well in shade and cooler temperatures, and it can lessen the levels of a number of toxins in the air.

Snake Plant.
Also known as “mother-in-law’s tongue”. Researchers found out that this plant has strong facility to absorb toxins like nitrogen oxides and formaldehyde. It also can absorb a variety of chemicals present in the air. Unlike other plants it doesn’t release carbon dioxide at night.

Red-Edged Dracaena.
Known for being a vibrant plant. It also removes toxins including xylene, trichloroethylene and formaldehyde from the air. It thrives best in sunlight and can grow as much as 15 feet. This is a good choice plant for styling and filling up the spaces.

These are heart-shaped popular choice for indoor gardening. They are easy to grow and the glossy and unique colors of leaves. They’re easy to care for and good at absorbing formaldehyde. They grow with moderate water and some sunlight and they’ll be fine.

Bamboo Palm.
This is one of the top ranking in NASA’s list of clean-air plants. It’s also effective at clearing out benzene and trichloroethylene. In order to maximize growth it needs to be well-watered, in shade or indirect light.

Rubber Tree.
An air purifier and is one of the easiest plants to grow. It thrives even in dim lighting and cooler climates. The low-maintenance plant is a powerful toxin eradicating agent.

Realizing the benefits of placing some indoor greenery in our houses is never enough. It really pays to know the perfect plant to put in your garden windows and your expertise in taking care of these plants. Admittedly, we just need to be innovative and think out of the box because small things like these do matter.

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Convenient Spots to Hang Your Greenhouse Garden Windows

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You like the idea of getting your house a garden window, but you don’t exactly know where to hang it. Your dilemma is about to be solved! Greenhouse garden windows are particularly designed to make rooms look brighter, more spacious, and greener. In order for you to take advantage of the aforementioned purposes, take note of the following list!


The kitchen is the most favorite spot for homeowners to hang their garden windows. Garden windows are tailor-made to fit the space designated in front of your dish washing area. The extended space provided by this window type may be used for growing herbs and vegetables that you can easily water and pick at any given time.

Home Office

Work may not be as easy as 1-2-3. No matter how you love your home-based job, conflicts and deadlines always get in the way to ruin the fun. Once in a while you will need a breath of fresh air to keep you back in track when everything just seems to be messed up. A garden window brightens up your day when your work appears to be very gloomy. With your favorite bonsai or orchid sitting on one of your window shelves, you’ll be easily perked up.


Did you know that greenhouse garden windows have 3-dimensional panes that may be used for ventilation? The ventilation feature is exactly what makes it an efficient and artistic candidate for a bathroom window. To avoid the steam fogging the bathroom glasses, you can let your garden window open for the room to oxygenate. You can easily add some blinds or curtains if you worry much about privacy.


When you live in sky-rise buildings on cities, you tend to demand a little air of life inside your place to keep you sane and grounded amidst the busy schedule and crazy lifestyle pushing and pulling you on a regular basis. Housing a few plants in your condominium through a garden window will be like a constant reminder for you that it’s okay to take things slow sometimes. Let these plants grow as you add a little color to a black and white kind of life. A hint of green and red and purple can do so much change.

Make sure you remember the pointers we have given you the next time you think about having garden windows. You know better now.

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Why Choose Vinyl Windows

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A house without windows isn’t a home. It’s practically a box. Four walls, a ceiling and a floor – the combination is just suffocating. Without windows, you are trapped in darkness. You can’t find air as well. Thank God for windows! They bring in light to a simple box and magically make it home.

There are different types of windows you can choose from. There are stylish and modern designs of fiberglass, aluminum and wood windows available in the market. Many people patronize the above mentioned windows, but in the long run they would need services from window replacement companies. A little too often, those windows make our pockets suffer due to some unlikely circumstances.

But hey, lighten up! There is one alternative that doesn’t cost you much, and one that doesn’t sacrifice quality either. You heard it right! I’m talking about vinyl windows.

As many of us know, vinyl windows are made from PVC or polyvinyl chloride. It is a kind of plastic that can be recycled more than once. That means by choosing vinyl windows you can save yourself from feeling guilty over the worsening environmental conditions. In fact, it can gain you extra credit for contributing something good for Mother Earth. In your own little way, you were able to help.

There’s also a quality about vinyl windows that improve thermal performance in your home’s interior. Vinyl windows are very adaptable to seasonal and weather changes. Because of its excellent level insulation features your home can be kept warm in cold seasons, at the same time, cool in the warm seasons. Hence, they help you lower the bills regardless of the calendar schedule.

Lastly, vinyl windows are durable. Take it from first-hand experiences of people who have installed vinyl windows in their home. Aside from its easy maintenance attribute, there is actually low probability of replacement for such windows, including vinyl doors. It’s a once in a lifetime installment. You only pay once.