If your home has old double-pane windows, they may have started looking rather rough, and you are thinking about getting new ones installed. However, if your old windows are exhibiting any of the signs below, it is time to seriously consider having them replaced. Condensation Forms Between the Panes One sign that your old windows have become so worn that they are no longer functional is when condensation forms between the window panes.
21 September 2018
Windows are one of the main entranceways for sunlight and airflow into your home, and also work to seal out unpleasant exterior weather and temperatures. For that reason, the material that your windows are made of is extremely important in determining how well they can do their job. Two of the most common types of materials used for residential window installations are wood and vinyl; each carries a distinctive set of advantages and considerations.
30 August 2018
Having a window replaced in the attic can be a great move when the current window lets in a lot of heat or has been damaged in some way. If you're just beginning to look into replacing the windows in the attic, it's vital for you to look into exactly what kinds of features can be the best choice for the attic. Keep the following tips in mind when you begin checking out windows to be installed.
17 July 2018
Are you in need of replacement windows for your home? Here are a few features to look for when choosing new windows to invest in: Low-E Coating Windows that are treated with low-E coating effectively will help reflect heat away from your home so it's easier to maintain comfortable temperatures indoors. The coating can be applied to your new windows both inside and out, so the windows perform optimally when it comes to keeping warm air out during the summer and keeping the warmth inside during the winter.
21 June 2018
The windows of your home need to have routine maintenance done to them, which includes caulking, painting, cleaning and occasional repairs. Some maintenance tasks are important to stop air leaks and reduce energy loss. Here are some of the window maintenance and improvement projects that will help stop air leaks and improve the energy efficiency of your home. 1. Routine Caulking and Glazing Maintenance to Stop Air Leaks Around Windows
5 May 2018
When buying new windows, you may not think of buying fiberglass as the first window material on your wishlist. However, it's one window material that is very common. You'll find that fiberglass windows will have easy maintenance, as well as come in many styles that will be sure to fit your home. Here are a few of the perks of fiberglass windows when used in your home. Easy Maintenance The one aspect that may draw you the most towards fiberglass is how it requires such minimal maintenance.
9 April 2018
When you first start living away from home, it can seem amazing that your old home ever stayed clean – after all, there are dishes to wash, clothes to clean, floors to vacuum, shelves to dust…the list goes on and on. But one particular area that you can never seem to get spotless and streak-free is always your windows – no matter how often you seem to go over them with a rag and window cleaner.
29 September 2016