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Tips on Keeping Cold Drafts From Entering your Home

January 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Tips on Keeping Cold Drafts From Entering your Home

Tips on Keeping Cold Drafts From Entering Your Home Have you noticed the colder it gets outside, the harder it is to keep your house warm inside? Do [...]

Should You Install Entry Doors With Sidelights?

October 2nd, 2020|Comments Off on Should You Install Entry Doors With Sidelights?

Sidelights and transom windows can be an effective way to frame your front door, giving it a little extra “oomph” and improving your curb appeal. These are long glass panels situated on the sides (for sidelights) or [...]

Maximizing Daylighting With Replacement Windows

September 30th, 2020|Comments Off on Maximizing Daylighting With Replacement Windows

One of the biggest challenges of using energy-efficient windows is finding a material that can effectively insulate your interiors without sacrificing any daylighting efforts you may have in place. Daylighting is the process of maximizing the amount [...]

Why You Should Replace Your Siding and Windows Together

September 27th, 2020|Comments Off on Why You Should Replace Your Siding and Windows Together

If you’ve ever had a siding installation or replacement in the past, then you know just how much the job can affect your windows as well. This is why many homeowners find it more convenient and sensible [...]

Are Your Doors Swelling?

September 25th, 2020|Comments Off on Are Your Doors Swelling?

There is a timeless appeal that often comes with wooden entry and patio doors that makes them the default material for many homeowners. It’s true that the natural wood grain textures certainly tie smoothly with traditional and [...]

Do You Need to Ventilate Your Soffits?

September 23rd, 2020|Comments Off on Do You Need to Ventilate Your Soffits?

Of all the problems homeowners and siding companies deal with daily, none is as common and as damaging as moisture. The warm and humid air from indoors always rises and often gets trapped in your roof. The [...]

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