Several factors must be considered when purchasing replacement windows. In addition to the frame material, glass, and other energy-efficient features, the warranty of the product itself shouldn’t be ... read more
Should You Choose Left- or Right-Handed Casement Windows?
In double-hung windows, the sashes are pulled up or down to open or shut them. Sliding or gliding windows open by sliding left or right, hence its moniker. Casement windows, on the other hand, pivot ... read more
Understanding Common Window Energy Efficiency Terms
One of the biggest reasons homeowners upgrade their windows is for energy efficiency. Whether you’re in the market for living room picture windows or some kitchen casement windows, choosing products ... read more
Important Safety Questions to Ask Your Window Installer
The National Safety Council (NSC) ranks windows as one of the top five hidden hazards in your home. Whether you have traditional double-hung windows or modern casement windows, it’s always important ... read more
Why Do Old Windows Rattle?
As part of the exterior of your home, replacement windows can be exposed to plenty of wear and tear. While some windows are more durable than others, sooner or later all windows will eventually ... read more
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