Keith Juhola Keith Juhola is Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ODL Inc., a Zeeland, Michigan-based manufacturer of door glass, tubular skylights, door blinds, retractable screens and other entryway products. He oversees sales, marketing and customer service for its USA distribution business. A salesperson and sales manager for more than 25 years, Juhola has worked for both distributors and manufacturers in the high tech and building materials. www
Generally speaking, the front door takes up a small area of an exterior. However, it has a much greater impact on your home’s design and functionality.
As we approach the end of fall foliage in many parts of the country, the drab scenery associated with winter begins to set in. However, you don’t have to settle for that same dullness with your home’s exterior.
The front door can be the focal point of your home’s exterior. However, it can also become the focal point of your energy bill if it is responsible for too much heat loss or gain.
Solar panels aren’t the only vehicle to leverage the power of the sun to reduce energy costs in your home. Household items as simple as your doors and windows can also be used to help increase energy efficiency.
The architectural style of your home is what gives it character. Fortunately for today’s homeowner, there are many styles that have stood the test of time and remain popular among those with an eye for good design.
There is an increasing interest in minimalist styles among homeowners, and entryway and door designs are no exception.
The entrance to your home is the perfect place to make a statement and express your personal style. You can dramatically up your curb appeal by simply adding or replacing your front door glass - it’s easy!
It’s easy to identify the differences between millennials and baby boomers in many ways, but it might be surprising to learn that there are also many similarities when it comes to these groups’ buying habits.
No matter the architectural style of your home, you can add your own personal touch with a relatively easy change. If you’re an advanced DIY-er, this one’s for you!
When it comes to a home’s value, it’s the smaller details that can make or break a sale.
Thanks to innovative technology and an appreciation of aesthetic design, win-win situations are far more common than binary decisions for homeowners.
What’s in vogue for home design today may not be there tomorrow, but solid trends in design can and do last for decades.
Whether you’re a homeowner looking to transform your curb appeal or one who’s looking to find new ways to help increase your energy efficiency, Decorative Doorglass is a beautiful option that satisfies both desires without sacrificing either.
Houses, especially older ones that are poorly insulated, are prone to letting in unwanted cold air. Add increased inefficiency when doorglass panels are installed incorrectly and heat escapes, and you might be a very unsatisfied homeowner during the cold winter months.
The ENERGY STAR rating is earned by products that save energy and protect the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Energy efficiency in winter has two priorities for facility managers and homeowners: saving money on utilities and keeping people comfortable.
You can take doors and windows off the Fall to-do list with this product.
Houses need a breath of fresh air from time to time, even on a crisp fall day.
Whatever the style of your home, the windows and doors should be complementary.
Creating beautiful entryways can be as simple as an update to or the addition of door glass.