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Learning More About Windows

Hi there, I’m Michelle. I am excited to talk to you about windows. The windows in my home were all custom selected for their strength, durability and beauty. The windows allow me to look out beyond the walls of my home to view the world around me. I enjoy watching the sunrise through the windows while I eat breakfast and enjoying the way the light reflects off the glass. I hope you can use the information on this website to develop a love for windows as well. Thank you for visiting my site today. I will see you again soon.


Window Repairs That Will Cost You Less Than Expected

At some point, most people need to repair or replace their windows. It doesn't happen too often, but when they do, most homeowners are left wondering how much it is going to cost them. Most homeowners don't think about window repairs until they have a problem. The following window repair information will help you understand how repairing them now can save you money in the long run: Repair a Cracked Window Glass Read More 

Are Fiberglass Entry Doors Right For You? Exploring The Pros And Cons

When many people think about residential entry doors, they tend to think about the installation of wood or steel doors. However, there is another option that many homeowners are finding is actually a better choice for them and their homes. This option is fiberglass entry doors. Taking a moment to explore the pros and cons associated with this option can help you to determine whether or not this option could be right for you as well. Read More 

Why You Should Have Your Apartment Building’s Windows Professionally Cleaned

If you own an apartment building, then you know first-hand how much maintenance is involved! Adding one more maintenance task to your list may not sound appealing at first. However, hiring a professional window cleaning service to come out even once a year really is worth it. Here's why. Your windows will last longer. Having to replace windows in an apartment building is a much bigger hassle than having to replace them in your own home. Read More 

5 Things To Do Before Tinting Home Windows

Tinting you windows can improve comfort, energy use, and the appearance of your home. Make sure to do your research before installing the tint. 1. Verify Your Warranty If you have newer windows that are still under a manufacturer's or installer's warranty, check the documentation carefully. Generally, window tinting will not void any warranties as long as you have the job done by professionals. Trying to DIY a tint job may compromise your warranty, though. Read More 

Five Home Prep Tips Before Window Installation

A little bit of preparation before the big day will help your window installation go much smoother. The following five tips can help you prep like a pro. 1. Staging Areas Your installers will need a couple of staging areas. These are typically located outside but in an easily accessible area. They will need an area to place the windows and hardware upon delivery, an area to set up tools and equipment, and possibly an area to stack the old windows for a few days until they can be disposed of. Read More