Buying New Windows? What To Consider About The Window Frame

Posted on: 12 September 2018

While shopping for new windows for your home, you may have quickly found out how many different options you have to pick from. While you have to decide between how many panes of glass they have, the color, and the way that the windows open, you should put some thought into what kind of material the window frame is made out of. Here are some things you'll want to consider to make an informed decision.
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Window Tinting Provides The Privacy You Need While You Enjoy The Outdoor View

Posted on: 4 August 2018

If you have a beautiful view from the windows in your home, but you rarely open the blinds because you want privacy, then you should think about tinting the windows. Window tint allows you to see outside, but people outside can't see indoors. This gives you the privacy you want during the day. Here are some things to know about window tinting for privacy.  You Can Choose The Shade Of Gray
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3 Reasons To Consider Roller Shades For Your Home

Posted on: 2 July 2018

Roller shades are a type of window covering that can be used for both residential as well as commercial purposes. Roller shades are designed to pull up and down, providing full coverage for your windows. #1 Cost Effective  One of the biggest advantages of roller shades is that they are a really affordable window-covering option. If you have ever shopped around for window coverings, you probably already know that they are not cheap.
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Tips For Installing A New Glass Pane In An Aluminum Window Frame

Posted on: 30 May 2018

Installing a new pane of glass in one of your home's aluminum-frame windows is a project any homeowner can do. You can have glass cut to your window's specific measurements at your local hardware store or glass shop, and using these tips you will achieve a professional-looking new window installation in about an hour's time: Tip: Wear Protective Gear when Working with Glass Shards When you work with glass, it is important you always wear protection in case of contact with glass shards or flying glass from accidental drops.
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