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Windows and Energy Efficiency

Across the country, lawmakers, businesses, and individuals are working to improve their energy efficiency. It’s a noble pursuit, environmentally speaking, but it’s also an excellent way to cut costs considering that energy efficient products tend to be of a higher...

Are Your Windows Ready for Fall?

What’s on your checklist of chores to get ready for fall? You might need to get the kids ready to go back to school, drain the pool, tidy the house, and rake leaves in the yard, but you should also consider paying attention to your home’s windows. The autumn months...

How Windows are Made

The first real improvement to the window came about 2,000 years ago when people began to use glass to cover what were otherwise holes in the sides of their homes. Even though it may seem like the design hasn’t really changed since then–they’re still just a few...

When to Replace Your Windows

Nothing lasts forever, and windows are no different. Most windows will last in the range of 10 to 20 years, but certain conditions–like storm damage or a stray baseball–can force homeowners to look for replacements much sooner than that. At Windows USA, we...
Window Installation 101

Window Installation 101

You’re renovating your home, and you’ve finally come around to the windows. You’ve picked out the set that matches your aesthetic, your needs, and your budget, but now what do you do? The installation process for windows can seem a bit daunting, but it’s essential for...