Window Repair Vs. Replacement

So it has finally happened. Your windows have broken again and you are wondering whether you should continue repairing them or bite the bullet and opt for new replacement windows. This is a common question among replacement window shoppers. Purchasing brand new windows can be an expensive—although worthwhile—investment in your home’s appearance and market value, but how do you know when you should repair or replace?
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How To Choose The Right Window: Choosing the Right Frame

When choosing the right windows for your home, there are several things that should be evaluated to make sure that you are choosing the window that best fits your needs. In part one of this two-part series, we will take a look at the different types of window frames on the market.
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Why Are My Windows Leaking?

Window leaks can happen for a number of reasons. Typically, window leaks are due to poorly installed windows or windows that have worn parts—causing a breakdown of sealing components. If your windows are leaking, you have a significant problem. Window leakage is more than just annoying—it can cause damage to your home, including mold and mildew growth, wood rot, or even foundation problems!
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What Is Low-E Glass?

If you are actively shopping for windows, you have probably seen the phrase “low-e glass” pop up several times. So what exactly is low-e glass? Low-e glass, officially called low emissivity glass, is a type of glass that is treated to decrease the amount of heat that is transmitted through your window into your home. 
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What Is a Window Sash?

Window sash
The fixed or operating portion of the window consisting of top and bottom horizontal rails, left and right vertical stiles, and the glass.
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