It's not surprising that technology has caught up with something as simple as a window, after all energy-efficiency is a huge concern these days. But the technology has gone far beyond energy efficiency. Want to know more? Check out our "What's to know about buying windows" Info-graphic.
So you’ve finally decided to replace the windows in your home. Often existing windows types are placed in your home based on a generic architectural plan that may not provide you with optimal home functionality.
In the last 10 years, fierce window replacement competition has lead to the development of superior window product offerings that can dramatically save heating and cooling expenses as well as increase the year-round comfort level within the home.
This is definitely the era of the do-it-yourselfers. With on-line videos, tutorials and step-by-step installations that guide you every step of the way, it's hard not to consider taking tools into your own hands. After all, in theory, how hard can it be?
OK, "the science" might be a little too technical sounding, after all window cleaning is a no-brainer. But there are a few tips that could make it safer and easier.
ENERGY STAR qualified products in Canada can be classified into 3 climate zones. To qualify for a zone, a product must meet a minimum set of specifications. But to maximize energy cost-saving efficiency, there are other factors to consider.