Entries by Scott

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Energy Saving Tips | Reducing Your Monthly Utility Costs

It’s January, it’s cold, and after receiving your first utility bill of the year, you’re probably looking for some energy saving tips. You have come to the right place; we have compiled a list of energy saving tips which will help you slash your monthly power bill. As a window repair company, we obviously have […]

Easy Christmas Window Decorations for Last Minute Parties

Are you looking for a few ideas of easy Christmas Window Decorations that you can create at the last minute? Perhaps your kids are arriving home from college and you haven’t had time to decorate yet. Or maybe they have had a last-minute change in plans just like in the Tim Allen movie, “Christmas with […]

Painted Window Muntins Low Cost Garden Shed Muntins

Okay let’s be honest, painted window muntins isn’t exactly something you would consider doing inside your home. But for an old, run-down garden shed, and a budget of 2 bucks, painted window muntins may be just what the doctor ordered. After all, your garden shed is likely located off in the distance in your backyard. […]

French Casement Windows | Fresh Air and Incredible Views

French Casement Windows can be an exceptional choice for your home. How do French Casement Windows differ from conventional Casement Windows, and when are they the preferred option? Let’s take a look at the unique features of these windows, and where you may want to place them in your home.

DIY Hurricane Proof Windows | Preparing Your Home for a Hurricane

In the wake of Hurricane Florence, I have hurricane proof windows on my mind. Storms like this form rapidly and approach the coast in just a few days. With winds of 155 MPH, a storm of this magnitude can be terrifying. The thought of broken glass flying through your home is chilling. That image led […]

How to Install Window Weather Stripping | Prepping Windows for Winter

The focus of this article is to show you how to install window weather stripping. With winter just around the corner, you may need to spend some time prepping your windows for the pending cold weather. Of course, we believe you should upgrade your windows to modern, energy efficiency windows and avoid all this nonsense. […]

Sealing Air Leaks | Preparing Your Home for Winter

You may think that August is too soon to begin thinking about sealing air leaks in your home. But for me, I would rather do the outdoor work during the fair-weather months. Not a big fan of the cold! Not to mention, that you will have difficulty sealing air leaks using caulking if the temperature […]