Ideas & Advice
Tips, tricks and to guides on navigating projects and helpful how-to's for windows and doors
Comparing Vinyl vs Fiberglass Windows
How to Save Time with Interior Trim Kits and Other Harvey Solutions
How to Save with ENERGY STAR® Window Rebates
SHARK TANK’S FLEXSCREEN ARE AS GOOD AS THEY LOOK ON TV
3 Main Benefits of Low E Windows
If you’re shopping for new windows, you’ve probably heard the term “Low E.” So, what are Low E windows?
Here is the simplest definition: Low Emittance, or Low E, is a razor-thin, colorless, non-toxic coating applied to window glass to improve energy efficiency. These windows are entirely safe and are becoming the standard for energy efficiency in the modern home.
Choosing the Right Contractor for Homeowners
Condensation: Are My Windows the Cause?
Condensation happens when warm, moist air touches a surface that’s colder than the dew point. The dew point is the temperature at which air becomes saturated and produces dew. As the air temperature drops below its dew point, the excess liquid appears on the colder surface. This is how you get moisture on windows.
Kick-Start a Window Replacement Project
4 Reasons to Replace Your Windows During Winter
5 Reasons to Replace Old Windows
Double Hung vs Single Hung
3 Reasons to Remove your Window Screens for Winter
But you should remove your window screens for winter. That’s why we’ve prepared this article to give you three good reasons to buckle down and do it. These reasons also apply to patio door screens with direct exposure to the elements