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 play a big role in keeping your home lovely, comfortable and energy-efficient. You’ll want to make the most of their service life and performance, which means setting aside some time and effort for their upkeep. Window maintenance can be fairly simple, but there are a couple of things you’ll want to avoid. Homecraft® Inc., the premier replacement windows company in the area, shares the three worst window maintenance habits.
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