3 Easy Steps to Clean Your Window Screens

If cleaning your window screens got pushed to summer, don’t worry. The weather is still nice enough where you can clean your window screens with ease. Window screens should be deep cleaned once a year. This is due to how much dirt and grime can amass on them in that...

When were glass windows first used?

As you stare out your window and see spring emerging, you might wonder: who invited the window? Have windows been around forever, or are they more modern than we think? So to have some fun, we decided to welcome warm temperatures with a little history lesson: when...

Spring Cleaning Tips for your Windows

It’s that time of year again: spring cleaning. Time to break out the broom, the mop, and the deep-cleaning supplies. From donating old clothes to tackling outdoor projects that were put on hold because of the winter, there’s another item on your to-do that you...

How to measure your window screens

Over time, your window screens face wear and tear. Sometimes, the damage is obvious, like if your screen gets torn. Rust can also be a sign that it’s time for new window screens. Other times, a weathered or worn screen can be hard to spot. A faded screen might not...

Windows in the Winter

We often get asked the question: can we install or repair windows in the winter? If a window needs a replacement, no matter what time of the year, it should be replaced as soon as possible. Granted, if your window is having an issue like worn weatherstripping or...