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Three Vinyl Siding Facts For First-Time Siding Buyers

As a new homeowner, taking your first foray into shopping for siding can be overwhelming. With so many different styles, textures and types, it can be tough to determine which one is right for your home. After all, not only are there a lot of choices, but there's often just as much misinformation. When it comes to vinyl siding, it's a cost-effective and durable option for most homes, but too often homeowners believe the misconceptions and find themselves unhappy with their investment. Read More 

Small Crack In Your Auto Windshield? Why You Should Get It Fixed Now

If you notice a small crack in your car's windshield, you should get it fixed now rather than waiting until later. In many cases, these repairs are quick and the entire windshield will not have to be replaced. Below are two reasons it is important that you maintain the integrity of your car's windshield. Provides You With Safety If the crack in your windshield becomes larger, this makes the windshield weaken and it can crack easily. Read More 

3 Factors To Consider When Choosing Winter-Efficient Replacement Windows

Hiring a window installation company to replace some windows in your house? Do you live in an area that suffers brutally cold winter temperatures? Choosing winter-efficient windows can help keep your heat costs down in winter without also sweltering you out in summer. There are three characteristics to look for when considering window efficiency: low-e, r-value / u-factor, and SHGC. Low-E Coating Low-e or low emissivity coating is a coating placed on the window pane by the manufacturer. Read More 

Four Things To Do Before Installing Custom Windows

If you want to give your home a new look, installing new windows and doors can be a great investment. This may be something you want to do if you are doing other things like new siding. Sometimes, installing new custom windows may be an alternative to using replacement windows if the casings have extensive damage. Here are some tasks and repairs you will need to do to prepare for new custom windows: Read More 

Two Ways To Remove Or Minimize Small Scratches On Your Home’s Window Panes

Small scratches on your home's window panes can be removed completely or minimized considerably with one of the following methods. Maintaining the windows in the future will keep them looking great and help them last for many years. Materials glass cleaner lint free cloths ammonia baking soda water spoon bowl polishing compound with cerium oxide buffing pad sponge mild detergent Before trying either of the scratch removal techniques, wipe the window panes off with glass cleaner and a lint free cloth. Read More