Old things can be very beautiful. This is true with old windows and doors. Unfortunately they just are not very functional or energy efficient once they get old. A client was recently lamenting to us about how much she was going to miss a particular beautiful old window we were replacing. Now, mind you, she was thrilled with the look of the new window, and even more happy with the savings she was going to see on her heating bill, but still…she was going to miss seeing that particular window that had been part of her house for decades.
That got us thinking. There must be ways to repurpose old windows and doors to keep them around in a different capacity once they no longer can serve their original purpose. Well, after a few clicks on Google, we found a couple of articles on just that subject.
So for those who are interested, here are some creative ways to reuse your old windows and doors! Read more »
Investing in your home will keep the heat in, and the energy savings will pay off for years to come. Here are some of our best tips for saving money on heating this winter. Read more »
Our homes speak to us – sometimes it sounds like a whisper and other times it howls. Some of that noise may be coming from old windows and doors.
If any of these common signs seem familiar to you, then replacing your windows and doors may be the next home improvement project on your list: Read more »
Unlike most of our competition, we never subcontract our installations.
We know it takes time to do the job right so our installers take the time they need to complete everything to your satisfaction. They are paid by the hour, not the job. They use quality materials and never cut corners to save money.They also take great care to tidy up after the installation so all you need to do is start enjoying your new windows or doors. Read more »
1. Are your installers professional on-staff carpenters or are your installers sub-contractors?
2. Does your sales staff work on commission?
3. Does your company have WSIB coverage and liability insurance to protect me from any liabilities?
4. Does your company have a solid reputation with a list of many satisfied customers that I can contact? Is it financially in good standing? Read more »