The window replacement process can seem overwhelming sometimes. You have to figure out what window design best complements your exterior, not to mention you’ll have to coordinate with your contractor to set an appointment. Unfortunately, not everyone has time for that.
Kids’ natural curiosity compels them to explore unfamiliar territory, but this same curiosity can also lead them to harm. Left unattended, kids might try climbing onto windows sills and hurt themselves in the process. However, while windows pose a risk, they can potentially be a lifesaver as well; windows can serve as emergency escapes in the event of a fire. That’s why it’s important to have a window safety checklist.
There are three things homeowners prioritize when selecting replacement windows or entry doors: beauty, energy efficiency and noise reduction capabilities. In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of San Antonio discusses the importance of noise reduction when it comes to windows and how the right windows can make your home a more peaceful environment, thus improving your quality of life.
The last thing anyone wants is a mosquito problem indoors. But this is exactly what happens to many homes in the spring and summer. All a mosquito needs to reach your family is a small gap around your window or door.
Casement and double-hung windows are two of the most popular window styles in the U.S. They have been used for centuries, and they continue to remain excellent options both in terms of functionality and aesthetics to this day.