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By Ryan on 4/29/2013 4:53 PM

Window Repair Vs. Replacement

So it has finally happened. Your windows have broken again and you are wondering whether you should continue repairing them or bite the bullet and opt for new replacement windows. This is a common question among replacement window shoppers.

Purchasing brand new windows can be an expensive—although worthwhile—investment in your home’s appearance and market value, but how do you know when you should repair or replace?

By Ryan on 4/22/2013 2:02 PM

Impact windows—also known as hurricane windows—are windows that are specially designed to stand up to extreme winds and flying debris. Their purpose is to help protect not only the people inside a home or business but also the structure itself. 

By Ryan on 4/16/2013 11:41 AM

Window replacement can be performed by anyone as long as they have the necessary tools, instructions, and patience to remove a window the right way. Failing to replace a window properly can lead to damage not only to the window, but also the window frame and the interior or exterior walls of your home.

By Ryan on 4/8/2013 8:25 AM

If you’ve been browsing our site, or researching replacement windows on other sites, you may have run across the term “clad windows.”

So just what are clad windows?

Clad windows, or clad exterior windows have a low-maintenance exterior while maintaining an elegant wooden interior. In the simplest terms, cladding is the protective exterior for a wood window. This exterior cladding is designed to improve the durability and longevity of the window while allowing the window interior to offer the highly-desirable look of real wood windows.

By Ryan on 4/1/2013 12:15 PM

What is the difference between fiberglass and wood windows?  Should I install fiberglass or wood windows?

These are common questions that we often receive, so we are going to address the many ways in which our fiberglass and wood windows are similar and how they are different.