Buying An Older Home? Two Reasons To Install New Doors And Windows

The charm and beauty of an older home can be hard to resist. Architecture has changed throughout the years, so it can be quite thrilling to walk into a house built in yesteryear and discover fixtures that seem completely out of the norm. However, although you may have fallen in love with the cathedral ceilings and old-world carvings in your house, the doors and windows may need a little work. Find out why it's beneficial for you to have new windows and doors installed in the historical home you've just purchased. Read More 

How to Successfully Choose Vinyl Replacement Windows

If you've decided to replace your current windows with vinyl windows — whether it's because they look nice or you want to save on energy — then you need to be very careful about this selection. This advice can help you avoid a difficult road up ahead. Still Consider Glass Quality You may have chosen a frame material in vinyl, but even still, you don't want to overlook the importance of the glass that you'll be getting with your replacement windows. Read More 

4 Reasons To Get Vinyl Siding For Your Home

Do you have a brick home that is in horrible condition and could use a bit of a makeover? If so, consider upgrading the exterior of your home with vinyl siding. Here are 4 reasons why it will be a great choice to improve the look of your home. Variety of Materials One of the nice things about vinyl siding is how there is a great variety of materials available to you. Read More 

Reasons for Replacing Your Home’s Windows

The process of changing the windows of your home will be an undertaking that may serve a variety of purposes. Knowing some of the most common reasons for replacing the windows can make it easier to appreciate if this is a change that will be worth making for your home. Address Damaged Frames The frame that holds the window in place can experience some fairly serious moisture damage due to water seeping between cracks, gaps, and other openings. Read More 

Looking for a New Andersen Front Door? 5 Selection Tips

Your front door is likely used every day. When it starts to look worn, replacing it can mean a better looking, more energy-efficient option is on the way. It's important to consider the door issues below as you select the Andersen door for you. 1. Material Many people like the way cherry, oak and pine look and decide they want a wood door. Wood doors can look gorgeous, but they'll also require periodic varnishes and protection that will reduce the chance of warping. Read More