2 Tips For Reducing The Amount Of Condensation Inside Your Double-Pane Windows

Posted on: 24 January 2016

If you have noticed a lot of condensation building up inside the space between your double-pane windows, you may want to know how to get rid of it. Since this moisture is caused by a break in the window seals, you cannot completely get rid of it without replacing the windows. However, you can reduce the amount of buildup by using the two tips below. Drill Small Holes In The Bottom And Top Of The Outside Pane [Read More]

2 Tips For Homeowners Needing To Have Their Windows Replaced

Posted on: 23 January 2016

Eventually, you will likely need to have your home's windows replaced if you've been in your house for a while. This can be due to either the window sustaining major damage or a loss of performance due to aging. Yet, it is common for new homeowners to be relatively uninformed about what should be expected when having a window replaced. If this applies to you, the following tips may help you ensure that your window replacement goes as smoothly as possible. [Read More]

Four Things Should Know Before You Jump Into A Window Replacement Project

Posted on: 21 January 2016

If you want to replace the windows in your home, there are many things to consider. In your area, there may be regulations that you need to meet. You may also want to know where replacement windows can be used and the other improvements that can be done for your home where replacements cannot be used. Here are some things you will want to know before you jump into a window replacement project: [Read More]

The Neat-Freak's Guide To Streak-Free Interior Windows

Posted on: 20 January 2016

If you're a neat freak, the sight of a streak on a window right after you clean it will leave you frazzled. You are tempted to clean it again and again, but you only get the same results. Here are some tips to get that streak-free interior window you want. Gather Tools For this project, you need: squeegee with rubber edge sponge or scrubber old towel micro-fiber towel or cloth bucket cotton swab dish soap, lemon juice, ammonia or white distilled vinegar rubber gloves if cleaning with ammonia Tools can make a difference in whether or not your windows streak. [Read More]