Here is some basic information on the types of glass, to help you make an informed decision before purchasing new windows or doors.
When researching building materials, car windows or glass options for your home, many times you will note that products are marked with an Energy Star Certified label. But what exactly does that mean?
When making home improvements, replacing and repairing windows is a must.
Whether you anticipate selling your home in the near future or simply want to ensure that it retains its value, it’s important to perform regular upkeep and make sure that your house is in good condition.
With summer just around the corner, energy efficiency is on the mind of many Idaho and Utah homeowners.
Summer is just a few short months away, which means that temperatures are going to be high and your family will be cranking up the air conditioning.
Commuters who spend long hours every day sitting in their car driving to and from work have likely had a scenario in which they emerged from their vehicle with a sunburn – likely because your car’s windows may not be designed to reflect ultraviolet light, the cause of sunburns.
Parking your vehicle in the sun can raise its interior temperature well above 100 degrees, which makes for some miserable driving.
Today we’d like to focus on the benefits of vinyl specifically.
Window selection is often one of the last decisions to be made for a renovation project or a completely new building.