It’s common practice to provide waiters at restaurants or beauticians at beauty salons with tips for their services. But should you tip home improvement pros like window installers? Read on as Homecraft Inc., your local source of vinyl and wood windows, sheds light on the matter.[…] Read More
Replacing your old, inefficient windows with new ones is a matter of smart decision-making. A huge part of it is finding the right contractor for the job. Before you sign on the dotted line, however, it would be helpful if you meet and speak with them first. In doing so, you can gain a full understanding of what this home improvement project entails. It also lets you know more about the prospective installer and the variety of replacement windows they offer. Below are three questions you need to ask during the initial consultation.[…] Read More
Windows, like any other home component, are not invulnerable to the effects of constant wear and tear. To make sure they’re in good condition, you need to inspect them regularly. Read on as the local roofers and window installers at Homecraft Inc. discuss some of the signs of window seal failure to watch out for.[…] Read More
After the installation of your replacement windows, the first thing your contractor will do is to give you a walkthrough of how to operate them. A technician may also discuss how to maintain and clean them. This is an opportunity to ask them about water quality, how it affects window cleaning, and what you can do if your water isn’t the best for cleaning.
Replacing old, worn-out windows can improve your home in several ways. New, top-quality windows can add to your home’s curb appeal, increase its market value, improve its energy efficiency and make your home more comfortable and pleasant to live in.[…] Read More
Windows are an important part of any American home. After all, not only do they improve your home’s energy efficiency and ventilation but the overall look of your home as well. As such, it’s important that you have your windows replaced when it’s time. However, when it comes to installing vinyl windows on your home, not many homeowners think about the history of the window.
Here’s a brief discussion on the history of American windows:[…] Read More