De-Draft your Home now

February 7, 2013

We found a great article on Yahoo homes about ways to help seal up and de-draft your home. Check out the full artice below: http://homes.yahoo.com/news/how-to-de-draft-your-home-220543157.html

Read the full article →

Simple ways to make your home energy efficient

February 5, 2013

We found a great article. Simple ways to make your home energy efficient

Read the full article →

Will vinyl windows increase my home value?

February 4, 2013

Check out this article saying that it will. Replacement Windows Have Great Return on Investment me

Read the full article →

Choosing Windows and Patio doors for Apartments

February 1, 2013

If you own rental property you want to get the most out of your investment with the least amount of maintenance issues. How do you chose what product to start with that will hold up over the years of service? Homework not hype. Windows and patio doors sold for Apartments will all come with a ten year warranty and have [...]

Read the full article →

This is why we use Cardinal Insulated Glass

January 25, 2013
Read the full article →

Testing for bad thermal pains

January 24, 2013

I found this really great video I want to share

Read the full article →

Weatherproofing and Windows

October 23, 2012

Late summer is a great time to think about weather proofing your home’s windows before the Oregon rains set in for fall. Before you do any weatherstripping, check your windows for old or missing glazing compound and for broken glass or panes. These must be corrected before adding any new weatherstripping. Weatherstripping products are available [...]

Read the full article →

What do you want a window to do?

October 23, 2012

Selecting new or replacement windows can be overwhelming with all the styles, materials and features to choose from. In addition, as this project is a major investment with windows expected to last up to 20 years, doing some homework before you make any decisions can save on headaches later on. Improve energy consumption: There are many [...]

Read the full article →

Energy Tips for Existing Window

October 23, 2012

If the time is not right for a window upgrade, you can still save energy and money. Take these steps: Caulk and seal around non-moving parts of windows. Close window coverings to block daytime summer heat. In winter, consider temporary, plastic storm-window kits. Maximum $1,500 per household for all energy-efficiency measures combined, including windows, roofing, [...]

Read the full article →

Storm Windows

October 23, 2012

If you have old windows in your home, the best way to improve your home’s energy efficiency is to replace them with new, energy-efficient windows. However, if you’re on a tight budget, a less expensive option is to use storm windows. Some types of storm windows are also a good option for those living in apartments. [...]

Read the full article →