White interiors have long been a favorite among design blogs. They exude cleanliness and elegance and make a room look more spacious. But if you’ve been itching to make your living spaces Pinterest-worthy with a dramatic change in your color scheme, there are a few things you should consider first. A News & Record article covers some of the basics of going all-white:
I’ve always wanted an all-white living room but just had to wait until the grandchildren had grown old enough! My question is about buying white carpeting. Would doing so be a mistake?
Not if you shop wisely and choose the right fiber and, ideally, the right protective finish.
Always fresh and soothing, white can be very right — and sophisticated — in any room in the house.
But it isn’t just inside your home that a splash of white can work wonders. Ever considered a white roof?
White roofs are also known in the industry as cool roofs because of their energy efficiency benefits. Indeed, installing a white or light-colored roof will do much more than just add a touch of elegance to your exteriors. White hasn’t always been a popular choice when it comes to roofs, but it’s gained a lot of attention lately because white roofs do help households save energy and money.
When you switch to a white roof, you can save as much as 20 percent of the energy you’d normally use to cool your home during hot, sunny weather. This is because the color reflects the sun’s rays, keeping your roof from absorbing the heat and thereby letting your cooling system work much more efficiently.
Roofing contractors in High Point such as ABC Roofing can help you make your mind up if you’re on the fence about white roofs. They are committed to educating their clients about their roofing options and to making sure the households they serve get maximum benefits from the roofing solutions they offer.
As one of the most sought-after High Point NC roofing companies, ABC Roofing understands the value of helping clients make informed decisions. To schedule a free in-home estimate on your next roofing project, give them a call today.
(Article and Image from “Dare to go all white? Yes, with care”; April 6, 2014)