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Crucial Steps to Add a Window to Your House

We all love seeing natural light streaming in through our home’s newly washed windows. And that comfortable feeling we get as the morning sunlight filters through the window blinds and warms the room. But what if your place is dark and uninviting with only a few small openings to brighten the living spaces? Are you …

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What You Should Know About Bow and Bay Window Prices

Bow and bay window replacements can be some of the more complicated and challenging projects. This applies both to the work required, and providing an accurate price or quote for the project. In today’s post, we’ll discuss some of the problems associated with bow/bay windows, show you some pictures of completed work, and discuss risks …

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Bathroom Windows: Everything You Should Know

Replacing windows in your bathroom may seem like an afterthought to most homeowners getting new windows for the whole house. But there are specific differences about bathroom windows and their installation, that requires a different approach. Why bathroom windows aren’t the same as the rest of the house. One of the biggest enemies of both …

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Windows for a Rental Property: What Every Landlord Should Know

Despite the ups and downs in the economy, affordable housing continues to be in high demand in Western Canada, especially when it comes to rental properties. As a landlord, you may be living separately or together with your tenants, but you are still responsible for ensuring that the dwelling occupied by your tenants is in …

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5 Benefits of Triple Pane Glass for Window Replacement

One of the most commonly asked questions we receive is about the benefits of triple-pane windows. When companies speak about windows, they usually refer to the number of panes of glass in the window unit: single glazed means one pane; double-glazed – two panes; triple-glazed – three panes. For harsh Canadian climates, it is recommended …

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Standard Sizes for Canadian Windows and Doors

Understanding the options and choices when it comes to your custom windows can go a long way in helping you make the best choice for your home. In order to understand how different window parts come together in your replacement project, you may want to get a refresher on some window industry terminology. While different …

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Turning A Window Into A Patio Door: What You Should Know

Today, there are very few restrictions when it comes to getting exactly the kind of custom windows you want. Homeowners no longer settle for changing their old windows with the same kind, but let their imaginations fly to get the most comfort and convenience out of their replacement. That’s why projects like turning a window …

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How To Know If You Need To Repair Or Get A Window Replacement

Not all used window related problems require a full window replacement. For newer homes, well-maintained homes and those with relatively new windows, window replacement is usually the most expensive and unnecessary option. How do you know if your windows need replacing? To better understand the current state of your existing window we compiled a list …

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Local Window Company: What Does It Really Mean?

One of the biggest investments you can make to your home is installing replacement windows. While your first impression may be that all windows are alike, there are some distinct differences between windows that are produced locally and those that are produced in whole or part through international companies. To understand what being a local …

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