When you purchase new windows for your home, you need to guarantee that they are covered by a manufacturer or the contractor who will install them for you. This way, you will pay little to nothing to replace your replacement units if they are defective. Today, your home replacement windows team will enlighten you more about warranties and their importance.… Continue Reading
Fog or condensation or windows are generally not a cause for concern. However, there are certain conditions that may indicate it is a problem — which is why you should never ignore foggy windows altogether. In today’s post, the window and siding contractors at Triangle Home Exteriors take a look at the types of window condensation and why you should keep an eye out for them.
When it comes to a window replacement, there are many factors and considerations that go into the decision-making process. But aside from which window and siding contractors you are going to work with, there is probably none more important than the actual cost of installing your new windows. After all, replacement windows don’t come cheap. In the U.S., the national average for replacing a single window is between $150 to $750. In today’s post, your good friends over at Triangle Home Exteriors shares the three major factors that affect the price of a window replacement.
Although most home renovating projects would cost you a lot, when done correctly, it’s guaranteed that it will save you more than you have expected. Upgrading your windows to energy-efficient ones from home exterior remodeling companies could be the best example in this case. Today, we’ll talk you through the reasons why.… Continue Reading
The prospect of picking out new windows is an exciting thought for many homeowners. After all, it’s a chance for them to revamp their home’s looks, and it’s a great opportunity to improve their home’s energy efficiency. However, they need to factor in a lot of things before getting new ones and one of them is the size of their windows.… Continue Reading