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How to Fix Window Seal Failure

Do you think your window seal has failed, but aren’t sure? The most surefire way to know that your window has experienced seal failure is if you see condensation in between the panes of glass. If you have double or triple pane windows, window seals are generally very reliable, but pressure washing, scraping, or sanding your windows, or even just time itself, can cause window seals to fail.

When this happens, what should you do and how should you fix it?

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Difference Between Simulated Divided Lites & Window Grilles

If you’re shopping for new or replacement windows, you’ve likely run across the terms “simulated divided lites” and “grilles.”

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Can New Windows Reduce the Noise in My Home?

Is your home noisy? For those of us that live near airports, train crossings, major roads, or highways, or even those that simply live next to loud neighbors, the noise can be annoying and sometimes even overwhelming—preventing relaxation or a good night of sleep.
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Why Do My Windows Have Condensation on the Inside?

Have you ever wondered why condensation forms on your windows and what you can do to prevent this from happening?

Window condensation occurs through a combination of the moisture in the air and the temperature. Often, window condensation is nothing to be concerned about, as it occurs naturally when extreme temperature differences exist between the interior and exterior of your home or if the air outside the home is very moist. Glass is a water barrier, so when humid or extreme weather conditions exist, window condensation naturally occurs.

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Introducing Our Premium Coastal Series – Weather Shield’s Exclusive Line of High-End Impact Windows

If you live in a hurricane prone area, installing impact windows is not only a wise financial investment but also an investment in the safety of yourself, your family members or your employees. In some areas, it may even be a code requirement. In the past, hurricane windows were often utilitarian looking and not attractive options for homeowners, but that no longer is the case.
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