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Why Winter is the Best Time to Replace Windows and Doors?

2020-10-06T09:24:34-05:00October 6th, 2020|

Replacing a door or window is always a chore, but some seasons are better for it than others. While most people will assume that summer or fall is ideal, it may surprise you to know that winter [...]

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Do Energy Efficient Windows Save Money?

2020-09-08T06:00:01-05:00September 8th, 2020|

Can energy-efficient windows save money? On paper, this is a very simple answer: yes! Energy efficient windows work using a variety of mechanisms and design differences that help them to keep more heat inside your property. At [...]

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Casement vs Double-Hung Windows: What’s The Difference?

2020-08-17T05:51:50-05:00August 17th, 2020|

Windows are the eyes into the soul of a house. They allow light in and they also protect the interior from the elements. The placement of your windows and the type of glass you use are two [...]

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Materials for Your Home Replacement Windows

2020-07-10T07:36:43-05:00July 10th, 2020|

Windows and window-frames are one of the first things that new owners choose to replace when settling into a new home. Hardware and online stores everywhere sell the materials it takes to replace windows and frames, but [...]

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Comparing Double-Hung vs Single Hung Windows Differences

2020-03-27T07:39:27-05:00March 27th, 2020|

When choosing the right window for your property, you will normally a number of different options to choose from. One of the biggest options when looking at windows in particular, is deciding between single-hung and double-hung. Deciding [...]

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