Homeowners must consider several factors when it comes time to get new windows, including whether they should be wood, vinyl, or another type of material. While improving the appearance of the home and improving re-sale value are certainly important, homeowners also need to think about energy efficiency, maintenance, cost, and quality. Vinyl has clear advantages

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Picking window treatments for your home can be a daunting decision. Whether you are aiming to create a cozy hideaway or a sunlit-filled retreat, your choices will vary. The good news is that you can virtually transform your living space by picking the right window treatments. Here is some advice to guide you through the

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How to Have an Energy Efficient Home in 2017

Winter has arrived in the Bay Area with a ferocity not seen in years around these (formerly) drought-stricken parts. The combination of cold weather and lots of rain drives a lot of new inquiries to our business, as drafty and leaky windows become obvious problems during storms. In the grander scheme of things, the changing

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Your Window’s U-Value and SHGC Rating Explained

Given all of the incredibly technological advancements within the home improvement industry, it is an incredibly exciting time to be in the market for new windows. Long gone are the days of windows existing to purely to block the elements from entering a home. Advancements in window technology allow homeowners to lower heating and cooling

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During the rainy months of the year, window installation and replacement companies often receive calls from customers regarding visible water in the bottom of sliding units, as well as interior/exterior condensation issues. Many of these issues are actually a byproduct of the windows working as they are intended to. Below is an explanation of the

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Weatherproofing Tips for Winter

Keep warm and dry inside this winter by taking care of some home improvement chores this fall! Address areas of your home that could be vulnerable during storms, wind, and wintry weather now and curb energy costs, prevent property damage, and stay toasty this during the chilly months to come. It costs far less to

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