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The sliding window is one of the most practical options when it comes to window replacement. It allows you to witness the scene outdoors in full view, brings more natural light to your room, and provides ventilation to your interior. Like inoperable picture windows, a sliding window has a sleek frame and an expansive glass area.

Windows don’t just provide ventilation, they also bring natural light into your room. As long as your windows’ glass is spectrally selective, sunlight continues to brighten up your interior without you having to worry about the sun’s radiant heat. There is, however, more to sunlight that enters your home. In this post, we discuss daylighting and how it can work in your home.

Sliding patio door systems are becoming more and more ubiquitous across America, for practical reasons. They save floor space, which is great for maximizing your finished real estate. Thanks to design enhancements, many products now bear the ENERGY STAR seal for minimal air leakage. Gliding units cover larger openings too, making plentiful ventilation possible, and capturing wider views. Most importantly, they have fewer moving parts, rendering them less prone to mechanical problems.

Windows have evolved from being mere wall openings to let in air and light to one of your home’s most visible design components. That’s why, when investing in window replacement, it pays to choose units that can help your home stand out better. Bay and bow windows and other specialty windows can meet this need perfectly. Their unique design will surely draw the eyes, while adding further to your home’s architectural appeal. Here’s a quick overview:

Did you know that you choice of window style can in itself help considerably when it comes to optimizing your home’s comfort and energy efficiency? Two of the best options are double-hung and picture windows. Aside from their clean and sleek design, both windows allow for a more pleasant indoor environment, while lowering your annual energy costs. Here’s a quick rundown on these exceptional window styles:

Entry doors are important for many reasons: they keep your home secure, boost your home’s curb appeal and keep your home cool by preventing unwanted heat from getting in. if you see the following signs, you should start planning for new entry doors.

Homeowners often consider switching to a different window style as upgrades: a picture window here for a better view or perhaps a bay or bow window for additional space. The humble double hung window remains a staple of most homes because of its many benefits. In fact, if you have double hung windows that are up for replacement, the following are reasons why you might want to stick to the same style:

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