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Which Window Style Makes Sense In Your Home?

Shopping for windows can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to dissecting what type of window makes sense in your home.  Terms like “casement” and “double hung” are all terms we’ve heard but may be unsure of what exactly they mean.  Simplify the shopping process by understanding these terms.  Below, we’ll give you…
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What Is Affecting Your Roof’s Performance?

If you are wondering if your asphalt roof is getting past its peak, it probably is. Asphalt roofs are made to withstand lots of beatings from the weather, but over time the material will succumb to the elements. Below, we are going to identify weather conditions that can adversely affect the lifespan of your asphalt…
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Rockin’ Christmas Trees

Many of us celebrate holiday traditions without giving much thought to their origin.  Why is it that every December why we feel the need to chop down a tree, drag it from the furthest point of the woods and strap it to the top of a car that is 2 feet shorter than the tree?  While…
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Single, Double Or Triple Pane?

Since roughly 90% of a window is glass, your choice of single, double or triple pane can dramatically affect your energy efficiency. Double and triple pane windows trap a layer of still air or gas between the panes which increases insulation. Replacing the windows in your home will help stabilize your home’s climate making air…
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Why Are My Windows Sweating?

Now that cooler temperatures have arrived, some homeowners may be noticing a disconcerting condition where windows begin to sweat.  In order to fix this problem, you must understand that sweating occurs when warm, damp air comes in contact with a cold, smooth surface.  (Condensation, such as this, is the reason that a can of pop sweats…
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