Condensation on Windows

As the weather grows colder, foggy windows can become a problem in some homes. This simple phenomenon happens when an object is cooler than the air around it, causing a thin layer of water molecules.

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Preparing your Windows and Doors for Cold Weather

 

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Performance Ratings for Windows and Doors

The Labels When comparing different products, be sure to check for specific labels that validate performance. One important label to look for is the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) label..

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How to Determine the Best Windows for Your Home

In order to determine the best windows for your house, it's important to analyze the Return on Investment (ROI) that a new window will bring.  While new windows can improve resale value and.

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How to Reduce Your Heating and Cooling Costs with Proper Weatherstripping

Year after year, as the seasons change, energy bills rise. Most homeowners assume this has to do with the insulation materials in their walls, but the rising costs can come from something as simple.

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How Window Features Provide ROI for a Homeowner

   

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Finding the Right Window Manufacturer for Your Home

Today, replacement windows can come in many shapes, sizes, materials, and styles.  With so many choices available to a homeowner, choosing the right window manufacturer goes a long way. Good window.

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How to Clean and Maintain Residential Windows

Windows are a focal point for exterior design, energy efficiency, and even resale value.  That said, you want them to always look and perform their best.  One of the best ways to save dollars down.

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2020 ENERGY STAR Tax Credits for Windows

The 2020 ENERGY STAR Tax Credits are here, and with them comes a variety of ways for homeowners to save.  Ultimately, these tax credits are designed to reward customers who invest in energy-efficient.

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Patio Doors - What You Need To Know

Patio doors continue to be an aesthetic, eye-catching feature for home buyers.  Not only do they require no interior space to open and close, but their glass allows more natural light into a home. .

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