Window maintenance - Winter screen removal & cleaning

Winter Screen Storage
Proper maintenance of your windows is essential for ensuring their optimal performance and longevity. One crucial aspect of this maintenance routine is the seasonal removal of window screens, offering a chance to inspect and address potential issues in the Fall and Spring.

Grant Update - The Greener Homes Initiative (Paused)

Canada Greener Homes Initiative
(PAUSED by the Canadian Government - February 24th, 2024) Are you tired of high energy bills and feeling guilty about your carbon footprint? Well, the Canadian government is here to help! They're on a mission to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the country, and they're offering some amazing advice and incentives to qualifying homeowners.

CDN Energy Star climate zones (as of 2022)

Canada Window Energy Star climate zones for windows
Even though windows do not consume energy, they can be a significant source of heat loss in a home. ENERGY STAR qualified windows will save you money by reducing the overall annual energy costs. ENERGY STAR windows will also help keep your home more comfortable all-year-round and may have less condensation in cold weather compared with a conventional non-certified product.

Energy Star ratings - whats all the fuss about?

The higher the ER rating number, the more energy-efficient the window or door.
Although windows and doors do not consume energy, they can be a significant source of energy loss. If you are buying windows with energy efficiency in mind, then the ER will help you make standardized window product comparisons.

Energy Star product specification comparisons

When deciding where to buy your windows, finding comparative information is straightforward. However, interpreting this data can be overwhelming.

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Understanding Dew Point and Humidity in Your Home

Understanding your home's dew point is crucial for maintaining a comfortable and healthy living environment. By using our Dew Point Calculator, you can quickly assess the risk of condensation and mould growth, determine if your home is too dry or too humid, and take steps to optimize indoor air quality. This tool helps you make informed decisions to protect your property throughout the year and ensure the well-being of your family.

Maintenance tips for patio doors

Maintaining the charm and functionality of your patio doors is crucial for ensuring smooth operation and enhancing the aesthetic appeal of your home, especially in a city like Ottawa where the weather can vary drastically. Whether you have elegant swinging door or sleek sliding door, regular maintenance is essential to prevent common issues and to withstand Ottawa’s harsh winters and humid summers.

Video - 8 BIG Reasons Why Bayview Windows?

Why Choose Bayview Windows
Welcome to Bayview Windows, where excellence is our standard and customer satisfaction is our priority. For over three decades, we've proudly served Ottawa and its surrounding areas, earning a reputation that speaks volumes. With thousands of delighted customers, our commitment to delivering value, meticulous attention to detail, and exceptional experiences remains unwavering.

Canadian Greener Homes Initiatives

The Canada Greener Homes Grant and Canada Greener Homes Loan are initiatives introduced by the Government of Canada to support homeowners in making their homes more energy-efficient and sustainable.We get lots of questions regarding what programs are on, and which ones are not. Read on to see our status summary.

e-book - The ULTIMATE Window Cleaning Guide

Window cleaning might not seem challenging, but achieving optimal results requires precision. For the best outcomes on your next window cleaning task, explore our 9-page ULTIMATE window cleaning guide.

Unlocking the secrets of front doors: 19 essential insights

Inside view of double entrance door
Residential entrance doors, also known as front doors or entry doors, play a crucial role in enhancing the aesthetic appeal, security, and energy efficiency of a home. They are the primary point of entry and exit for residents and visitors, making them an essential component of any house. Here are some key points about residential entrance doors:

Compare doors - Wood, Fibreglass, Metal

If you are in the market for a new residential exterior entrance door, there are three general types of materials available - wood, fibreglass and metal.

Door replacement - Reduce energy costs and increase comfort levels

Energy-efficient doors increase comfort and reduce energy costs. With environmental concerns and sky-rocketing fuel costs, more and more homeowners are opting for insulated front doors, but which door material will produce the best result? Read on to find out, then compare the Energy Star® ratings of the products you may be considering.

What your entrance door colour choice suggests

Replacing your front entrance door is an exciting endeavor, filled with numerous factors to ponder. From the selection of the ideal material and prioritizing efficiency to contemplating options like glass or no-glass, sidelites, door handles, and ensuring privacy, there's much to delve into. However, amidst all these considerations, one question stands out: What colour should you choose for your door? Beyond its aesthetic appeal, your colour choice holds the power to convey a message about your unique personality or even make a statement about your home. So, let's explore the captivating realm of colour and unravel the intriguing impression it can make.