Since it is known for its pleasant weather, homeowners are told fall is the ideal time to clean their dirty windows. Remember that if you keep them mucky, it will block natural light, can be a source of heat loss and may harm your health because of the bacteria. Here’s a checklist you can use for your scheduled cleanup.
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If you’re keen on improving ventilation in your home, you should consider the windows that you currently have and decide whether to swap them out for another style or not. Certain types of windows tend to be more effective in providing greater air flow and ventilation. Here are three of those.Read More
Condensation is a common occurrence in windows during the winter and summer months. In the summer, when the temperature inside your home tends to be cooler than the temperature outside, you probably notice beads of sweat on the surface of your window. This is normal and does not affect the performance of your window, so you shouldn’t worry yourself.Read More
Should all the windows in your home match? There are no strict rules when matching and placing windows. Above all, the functionality should be prioritized when you’re deciding on your window placements. Here’s how to suitably match and place windows in your home.Read More