Learn What The Energy Efficiency Ratings Mean On Replacement Windows

Posted on: 18 May 2017

When you have new windows installed, you want the most energy efficient products you can afford so your energy bills will be low. One way to tell if the windows are energy efficient is to look for the Energy Star label. Another way is to look for the more comprehensive rating label from the National Fenestration Rating Council. This is what the label from the NFRC lets you know about the windows you're going to buy.
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Why PVC Is Great For Sliding Window Replacement

Posted on: 8 May 2017

Sliding window fixtures are usually the most vulnerable windows in your house. They are subject to breaking or becoming difficult to operate due to everyday usage. The fact of the matter is, if you use your sliding windows frequently, they will need to be repaired or replaced sooner than the rest of the windows in your home. When a window is replaced, the installer will remove the entire casing and install a new product in its place.
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Getting A Job As A Commercial Window Cleaner? What To Expect

Posted on: 12 April 2016

As you go about looking for employment, there are several service jobs available, some of which you have probably never tried before. If you happen upon a job ad that is hiring people for a commercial window washer, and then you apply for and get that job, you should probably know a little about what the job entails. (In fact, it is helpful to your employer to know something about the job so that he or she does not have to explain the duties to you fully.
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How To Choose Molding And Cap Pieces

Posted on: 12 August 2015

The style of your windows and doors will have a huge impact on the overall style of your interior and exterior. Most commonly, homeowners remodel the exterior side of their frames because they age much quicker. The constant exposure to rain and sunshine can deteriorate wooden frames over time. However, you might also need to remodel the interior side of your frames after after a number of years. Molding, just like other design elements, can look outdated after a few years.
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