Why Great Windows Are Worth the Cost

Apr 05, 2017

Knowing which replacement window to buy can be difficult. There are many types and styles to choose from, and every seller seems to offer a deal. Sometimes homeowners come up against less-than-reliable customer sales reps that promise them a great price for what turns out to be a not-so-great product. Read on for...


How the Right Windows Can Cut the Cost of Painting Your Home

Apr 12, 2017

  Many homeowners suffer sticker shock after receiving an exterior estimate from their painting contractors. Most often, the homes in question are older homes or those with dated window frames. The reason for the higher cost is the extensive labor required to scrape, repair, seal and restore the window frames...


Window Quality in Most New Homes

Apr 19, 2017

When it comes to the installation of windows in newly built homes, two situations arise that can affect the type of windows being used. The first involves the purchase of a home where the building contractor makes decisions about the choice of window type. In the other circumstance, the home is being custom-built,...


The Dangers of Indoor UV Light

Apr 26, 2017

Premature skin aging and skin cancer are two dangers of excessive exposure to sunlight, and the risks don’t go away when we’re indoors. Many people believe that window glass blocks the ultraviolet rays in natural light that damage our skin, but in fact we aren’t safe from harmful light indoors....


What If Energy Star Goes Away?

May 11, 2017

Energy Star stands out as a trusted name to a large portion of the American population in rating the energy performance and cost on products such as windows, doors, appliances and more. But according to multiple sources, including DWM Magazine, a White House proposal has been submitted that could negatively...


Why Maintaining Your Window Screens Is Important

May 17, 2017

Keeping windows in your home clean, well-maintained and in good working order should be standard operating procedure for homeowners. Included in this regimen are the window screens. These thin pieces of material, while often ignored or overlooked by homeowners, work around the clock as barriers against outside...


Repurpose Old Windows With These 5 Cool Projects

May 19, 2017

In today’s climate of supporting a healthy environment, recycling is at the forefront for many people. The choice to reuse discarded items versus throwing them in the trash is an ongoing process for those who want to make a difference. Old windows have a place on the recycling list and are included in the...


Can Closing Curtains Really Help Beat the Heat?

May 22, 2017

If you’re trying to beat the heat inside your home, energy-saving window treatments will go a long way in reducing the amount of heat streaming into your home. Closing curtains can help cool the interior, save money on utility bills and lessen the wear and tear on your HVAC system. While window treatments...


What Are the Impacts of Older Windows?

May 31, 2017

What Are the Impacts of Older Windows? Many homeowners want to make their home energy efficient but don’t know where to start. One strategy to improve household energy efficiency is to replace older windows. While your windows may look fine, problems with older window materials may cause your utility...


Pros and Cons of Bay Windows

Jun 19, 2017

  When your home improvement project includes updating windows to enhance your home, consider installing bay windows as a decorative, functional and energy efficient option. As with any home improvement project, it’s always beneficial to understand the pros and cons involved with an upgrade. These...


Your Patio Entertaining Guide

Jul 31, 2017

Your Patio Entertaining Guide Entertaining friends at your home is one of the greatest pleasures of vacation season, and when you have a stylish patio, you’ll enjoy having parties outdoors. A patio is an extension of your home, which means that its appearance should complement your overall decorative...


We are Certified in Lead Safety

Sep 11, 2018

Lead Safety and Why it’s Important  In 2010, a federal law passed that requires all contractors performing renovations on homes or buildings built prior to 1978 be certified and trained in procedures to prevent lead contamination. Lead is a naturally occurring element found in small amounts in the...

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