Do Your Old Windows Look Like They Need Replaced? What To Know

Posted on: 2 February 2016

If you're considering new windows because your current windows are decades old, it makes sense to get entirely new windows and not just pieces. Some people will try to replace just the glass or to keep the glass and reuse the frames, but this can be inefficient and a waste of money. There are many benefits to replacing everything at once when you're ready to update your home. Here are a few things to talk about with the window replacement company when they come to your home to give you a quote. [Read More]

What Causes Condensation To Form On Your Windows In Winter?

Posted on: 29 January 2016

Condensation is a common problem that occurs in many homes in winter. Some homeowners who experience this problem think this means that there is a problem with their windows. Knowing the true problem and what you can do about it can help you maintain your home this winter and in the future. What causes condensation to form on your windows in winter? Condensation occurs because the temperature of your windows is lower than the temperature of the air in your home. [Read More]

Three Reasons You Should Repair Your Cracked Windshield

Posted on: 27 January 2016

If you recently noticed a crack in your windshield, you might currently be debating whether or not it should be repaired. If it isn't in your line of vision, it is tempting to ignore it, but this is not usually a good idea. Here are some reasons to get it repaired. It Affects Your Ability to Drive Safely The first and one of the more obvious reasons to fix your cracked windshield is because it can affect your driving ability. [Read More]

2 Tips For Reducing The Amount Of Condensation Inside Your Double-Pane Windows

Posted on: 24 January 2016

If you have noticed a lot of condensation building up inside the space between your double-pane windows, you may want to know how to get rid of it. Since this moisture is caused by a break in the window seals, you cannot completely get rid of it without replacing the windows. However, you can reduce the amount of buildup by using the two tips below. Drill Small Holes In The Bottom And Top Of The Outside Pane [Read More]