Whether you’re planning a wood window installation or a siding replacement, you might encounter some terms that are new to you. While contractors know what they’re talking about, such terms are not just for them. It’s easier for a homeowner to determine exactly what type of product they want if they understand the terms.[…] Read More
While it used to be common for homeowners to stick to one type of window even when they replaced their old windows, modern homeowners now are more open to experimenting with different styles of windows. It’s not uncommon for a homeowner to explore replacement windows that are a far cry from the style they are replacing.[…] Read More
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, by the year 2029, all baby boomers will be aged 65 years and above. This will be around 20 percent of the entire U.S. population, so it’s important to start planning now on how you can make your home more accessible as you or your parents age. Wood window installation contractor Homecraft Inc. shares some tips in aging-in-place and how you can benefit from it:[…] Read More
With the winter season about to end soon, it’s only natural to prepare your home for the coming spring. While you may be thankful that you’ve survived another season of cold weather, your home’s exteriors may need a bit of maintenance before spring arrives in your region.[…] 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
The windows are an important part of any American home. After all, they improve your home’s overall aesthetic appeal and energy efficiency and as such, they should remain in good condition at all times. Unfortunately, there are times when you might notice that your windows are drafty or foggy and once this happens, you should attend to your windows as soon as possible.
In this post, wood window installation expert Homecraft Inc. discusses the reasons why foggy and drafty windows should never be ignored.[…] Read More
While they may not seem like it, your home’s windows are a vital part of your home. This is because not only do they increase your home’s overall curb appeal but they also improves your home’s ventilation and energy efficiency at the same time. Unfortunately, you may notice that there are times when your vinyl windows are drafty, baffling some homeowners as a result.