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Casement, Sliding, Awning... A Window Guide

How many different styles of windows can you name? Most people are really familiar with casement and hung windows. Of course, there are multiple types of hung windows, including single and double hung. There are also some lesser-known window types, such as awning windows, which fold upward like an awning over the window opening. Of course, there is more to know about windows than a list of the various styles. You can learn about the different types of glass window makers use, how to find insulting windows, and how to better clean your windows. This blog is a perfect place to start your learning.


4 Types Of Commercial Window Film That Will Assist With Heat Reduction

2 November 2020
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If you want to reduce the heat that drives up the energy costs inside of your commercial building, one way to do that is by adding the right window tint to your windows. There are four different types of commercial window tinting film that can help with your heat-reduction goals. Commercial Reflective Window Film The first type of film to consider is commercial reflective window film. It is designed to block a significant amount of heat and reduce glare as well. Read More …

Prepare Your Home For A Holiday Decorating Contest

9 September 2020
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A neighborhood holiday light contest that boasts a cash prize and bragging rights may entice you to go 'all out' this year. If installing lights is something that you previously limited to indoor projects, it is time to get ready for an alternate setup, which includes using colorful light strings, shiny foil paper, and 3-dimensional decorations. Cleaning Lights will be enjoyed mostly at night, but if you have little ones who like to peer out the windows or if you are going to be using a lot of colorful adornments, which can be enjoyed both day and night, clean windowpanes, siding, and door materials is a must. Read More …

4 Reasons Why Wood Windows Are Worth It

2 September 2020
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If you are getting ready to install wood windows in your home, don't overlook wood windows. Modern wood windows are designed to be extremely durable and don't encounter a lot of the issues that older wood windows did, like warping and rotting. Newer wood windows are specially treated in order to prevent those issues from happening. Reason #1: Great Insulation One of the top reasons to get wood windows is because they are one of the most insulating materials to have around your windows. Read More …

3 Reasons To Pay For The Installation Of Impact Resistant Windows

25 August 2020
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Impact-resistant windows are perfect for those who live in regions that get hurricanes. However, they are not the only homeowners that can benefit from impact windows. To help you understand why such windows are a good upgrade for your home, you will want to spend a little time reviewing the following: You Are Already Prepared For The Storms If you do live in an area that gets hit with hurricanes, then you know just how inconvenient it can be to install and remove hurricane shutters every time there is a warning on the news. Read More …

4 “Red Flags” That Your Home Needs Window Replacement

28 July 2020
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Replacing your home's windows is not a project that should be taken lightly. After all, replacing a single window can easily cost between $175 and $700; if all your windows need to be replaced at once, it's easy to see how those costs can add up quickly. Not sure whether your home actually needs window replacement at this time? There are a few "red flags" to watch out for that could indicate your windows are nearing the end of their useful life. Read More …