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The Advantages of Sliding Glass Doors

For a combination of function, form, and style in your home, look no further than sliding glass doors. This simple addition can make rooms feel larger, brighter, and call attention to all of the hard work you put into your yard by making it more visible. For more...

Windows with Reinforced Glass

What do baseballs, hurricane winds, and burglars have in common? They’re all things that have the strength to shatter standard-strength window glass, and the full list of things that can destroy the glass in your windows is too long to include. Shattered windows are a...

Are Garden Windows Right for You?

With the incredible array of different windows on the market, it’s easy to find something that perfectly suits your needs. Do you want a window that lets in plenty of light? If so, casement windows can get the job done. Are you looking for a window that can make your...

The Dictionary of Windows: Part Two

While many people may think that a window is nothing more than a frame and some panes of glass, windows are actually much more complicated and include dozens of intricate parts that must work together smoothly. Windows even come with their own jargon, so if you want...

Windows: An Anti-Theft Device for Your Home

A thief generally spends less than one minute trying to gain entry to your home, which means that they look for the easiest point of access they can find. In 23% of cases, the easiest point is actually a first-floor window: They are often unlocked, so burglars can...

Installing Curtains and Curtain Rods

Curtains are a great way to decorate your home. They add incredible color and character to a room, allowing you to call attention to beautiful windows, views, or other design elements, and they can also boost your windows’ energy efficiency by preventing heat loss...