Casement windows are opened by pivoting either left to right or right to left. That’s why they are labeled in one of two ways. FCL refers to a left-handed window, with the hinges located on the left side and the crank or locking mechanism on the right. FCR, meanwhile, refers to a right-handed window, with hinges and crank located on the opposite side.… Continue Reading
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.
Studies have shown that the indoor air in the average American home is often of lower quality than the air outside. Many things can contribute to poor indoor air quality, including dirty carpets and rugs, old appliances, cooking, and even damaged home components. For instance, if your home is in dire need of a roof replacement due to an old and leaky roof, it’s highly likely that mold and mildew are present in your attic and other parts of your home.… Continue Reading