Trim, capping, cladding, brickmold, flushmount & nail fins

Trim, capping, cladding, brickmold, flushmount & nail fins
When it comes to replacing old windows with new, there are many ways of finishing up the exterior. It's in your best interest to understand what these finishing options are. It could make a huge difference in how your windows look, and how satisfied you will be with the final outcome.

Self-Cleaning Windows

Dirty, grimy windows, can have a profoundly negative effect on your mood, and your outlook. Everything seems more clear and invigorating through clean windows, and the good news is, it doesn't have to be a chore to keep them that way!

Making your basement safe and more comfortable.

Thinking about improving air quality and comfort in your home? - How does your basement come into play? And can windows help?

Pros and cons of Sliding patio doors vs Garden doors

Pros and cons of Sliding patio doors vs Garden doors
When it comes to making a choice between swinging garden doors or sliding patio doors, its a personal choice. However, knowing the pros and cons of each may curb your decision.

Piecing together a replacement patio door

best replacement sliding patio door configuration
Thinking about replacing your patio door or looking to install one in a new home, there are plenty of patio door options think about. Aesthetics, functionality, security, energy efficiency or costs - here are some tips to help you get exactly what you are shopping for.

Things to consider when replacing your old entrance door

For thousands of years, doors have been providing security and protection from harsh climates and naughty trespassers, as well as welcoming family and guests into the home.

How to ensure a successful window purchase

If you are thinking about buying new windows for your existing home, there are lots of window companies to choose from. Here are a few tips that will help ensure you make the right choice.

Winter! Give your screens a nice warm little rest

Winter Screen Storage
As winter rolls in again this year, it might be a good time to consider removing your window screens for the cold months ahead. Don’t look over at your neighbours to see what they’ve done. If they're like most, their screens are probably still in. In fact, they are always in!

What causes window condensation?

Condensation is a visible condition that can be characterized by fogging and ice formation on the inside of windows. In Ontario, we most often see condensation on windows in extreme temperatures during the winter months.

Will new windows solve your condensation problems?

If you've taken the recommended steps to reduce the humidity in your home and continue to experience condensation problems, other problems may exist.