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During a Hurricane

When you first hear there is a hurricane heading your way, do you get a little anxious?   We understand!  We hear that a lot and it is actually very normal, especially if you have been through a rough storm in the past. For that reason, we have put together some tips to help your family […]

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2018 Hurricane Predictions

Did you know that the 2018 hurricane season has been predicted to be an above average season?  Many experts are expecting to see a season similar to 2017, which was also above average, with three major hurricanes making landfall in the US alone. In fact, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has predicted the […]

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Post-Hurricane Action List

You worked hard getting ready for the hurricane.  You stocked up on supplies, deployed your hurricane shutters, even made sure you had extra batteries for your flashlights.  But now that the hurricane is over, what do you do next? We’ve put together a list of what you should do, and a few things you shouldn’t […]

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Crucial Details You Should Know about Window Trim

Window trim is a necessary part of the window system because it improves the insulation and energy efficiency of your property. It is also part of what makes the window look presentable by giving it that finished look. The window trim consists of several components, namely the head casing, apron, side jambs, and sill; all […]

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The 2018 Update on Vinyl Siding Safety

Vinyl exterior cladding for homes and buildings is the most common choice among American and Canadian property owners. Vinyl has a notorious reputation for being dangerous to human health, which naturally leads to the question if vinyl sidings are risky to use or not. Vinyl sidings are plastic casings used to weatherproof a building and […]

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Awning Windows: The Perfect Choice for Wide-Open Ventilation

Awning windows are casement windows with hinges located at the top of the system. Casement windows are defined as windows hinged from one side and able to open outwards and angled to allow the wind or breeze to come in while keeping rain out. The single awning windows can open inward or outwards, but the […]

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Expand Interior Space with Bay Windows

The bay window is one of the add-ons to a house that can truly transform a room both from the inside and out. From the inexperienced eye, it’s easy to see why the bay window is often called the bay window – because they look very much like the bow window and provide similar benefits. […]

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Do’s and Don’ts about Garden Windows

Garden windows allow you to bring in sunshine, potted flowers, and herbs all year round, which is probably the reason they were thought of in the first place. Unlike bay windows, garden windows give you that feeling of more space and light through a box-like window with a 90 degree angle and a “window roof.” […]

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Why You Should Have a Storm Door

The storm door is an extra layer of security that is installed in front of your front door. It mainly protects the inner main door from bad weather, flying debris, insects, and make it harder for unwanted individuals to access the inner sanctum of your private and personal space. Unfortunately, unless you have been in […]

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Why Impact Windows are the Best: A Quick Tutorial on Impact Protection

Are impact windows marketing hype? Some people would like to think so, perhaps because they don’t know much about hurricane windows or they’ve been duped by fake vendors. Here are 5 facts on impact windows. Understanding will help you make an intelligent decision if impact windows are the best and most practical choice for your […]

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