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Wood vs Vinyl

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All across America, bets are being placed as anxious and excited homeowners declare their allegiance to one of two most popular replacement window choices: Vinyl versus Wood.

On one side of the court, stands the classic wood window. The average sized wood window weighs approximately 20 to 30 pounds and boasts an assortment of corners and angles intricately incorporated into each design. Cleaning these windows will definitely make you feel like a part of the team, while repainting these wood windows will make you feel like you are carrying the whole team to victory on your back. Scraping, sanding and […]

Window Leaks

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Texas weather…it’s cold, it’s warm, it’s cold, and then it’s FREEZING!!!  This last cold snap has been a doozey.  Condensation build up on the glass panes and frames drip on to your window sells causing damage to paint and wood. If not remedied, it can eventually cause serious structural damage around the window frames. It can even create mold and other environmental issues.

Since these kinds of window leaks will wreak havoc on your home. It is best to identify them in the early stages rather than waiting until a real, big problem has become […]

Winter Window Woes

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Over time we all begin to show a little wear and tear.  It’s only natural that every day exposure to the elements will slowly break down our sturdy exteriors.  Then it stands to reason that our homes suffer the same wear and tear; it is just as easy to let it go unnoticed day after day and week after week… until years have gone by and we find that our homes are in serious disrepair.

Sometimes one of the most often worn, but clearly overlooked areas is our windows.  We often pay little attention to our windows detailing, seams […]

Home Security

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When is the last time you thought about your home’s security system or overall level of safety?  Probably not as often as you should; and truly, it is easy to feel overly confident in most of our North Texas neighborhoods regarding the safety in our homes.  We know our neighbors, our local fire and police forces are highly visible, there’s plenty of community discussion throughout social media, and the news outlets keep us aware of the latest trouble to avoid.  We are on top of it, right? 

But, sometimes our own false sense of security […]

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