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A Checklist for Basement Windows

A basement can be a great asset for your home: You can use it as a storage area, or with a little bit of effort, you might be able to refinish it and convert it into another social space for you and your family. As a finishing touch for any basement, you’ll want to...

What to Look for in Windows for Your Addition

When planning an addition for your home, there are so many things to think about: How large do you want it to be? Should you build up or out? What color will you paint it? All of these points are important, but during all this planning, you shouldn’t lose sight of the...

What to Look for in Bedroom Windows

Move over, living rooms: the average adult spends more time in their bedroom than any other room in their house. As the most commonly used room in your home, it makes sense that you should renovate your bedroom to be as attractive and comfortable as possible, and...

What Makes Windows Energy Efficient?

Energy efficiency is a term that gets used quite often when it comes to home repair. There are energy efficient construction practices, materials, and–as we have discussed elsewhere on this website–energy efficient windows. However, it can be hard to tell...

Windows that Work with Your Wallet

Windows immerse us in outdoor ambiance. Thanks to windows, from the comfort of indoor havens we can relax, watching snow softly pile, or be hypnotized by heat waves on a blistering day. Their stoic glass shields us from nature’s wrath while displaying nature’s beauty;...