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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...

Different Types of Blinds and Shades

This summer, with all of the light and heat streaming into your house through the windows, it may feel like the sun is perched on your front lawn. Your air conditioner might not be able to bring the temperature under control because just as windows allow heat to enter...

The Best Ways to Block Light from Entering Your Home

One of the virtues of windows is how they can allow natural light to enter and illuminate your home. However, there may be times when allowing light to filter through your windows isn’t a very desirable proposition: Perhaps you don’t want to be blinded by the strong...

Your Windows and Security

According to an infographic by the Washington Post, 23% of all home burglaries in the United States begin when a criminal breaks in through windows on the first floor, making windows the second most common access point for thieves (after the front door). That means...