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By Ryan on 6/27/2013 4:07 PM
Window leaks can happen for a number of reasons. Typically, window leaks are due to poorly installed windows or windows that have worn parts—causing a breakdown of sealing components. If your windows are leaking, you have a significant problem. Window leakage is more than just annoying—it can cause damage to your home, including mold and mildew growth, wood rot, or even foundation problems!
By Ryan on 6/20/2013 1:09 PM

Defining which window replacement materials are the best is difficult because the wants and needs of every consumer are different. What is considered ideal for one homeowner is not the ideal choice for another.


Some value energy efficiency over aesthetics, while others want the traditional look of wood windows over improved energy efficiency or durability offered by other window materials. Personal choice reigns supreme, which is why at Weather Shield, we offer a variety of window and door products designed to meet the wants and needs of nearly anyone.

By Ryan on 6/13/2013 3:30 PM

Whether you are looking to protect the environment or simply save money, there are many great reasons to purchase energy-efficient windows. The rise in popularity of energy-efficient windows has led to most window companies proclaiming that their windows are energy-efficient and will save you anywhere between 30 and 50 percent on your energy bills.

By Ryan on 6/13/2013 2:59 PM

Looking for high-end windows for your home? Look no further. With the launch of the new Weather Shield Premium Series™, window consumers now have a window choice with an unparalleled combination of aesthetics, durability, energy efficiency, and ease of use.


Designed for even the most discerning homeowners, the Premium Series is the most comprehensive collection of wood windows and patio doors for consumers looking for Old World craftsmanship and quality.