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Fiberglass vs. Vinyl Windows—What’s the Difference?

Apr 20, 2021

Are you living in a home that has aging or builder-grade windows? If so, replacing your windows is one of the best upgrades you can make. Inferior windows deliver subpar insulation and weather resistance, which means your windows could be racking up unnecessary energy and maintenance costs simply by not doing their job to the fullest extent. However, if you’re

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Why Is Fiberglass Used in Windows?

Feb 19, 2020

Fiberglass is a relative newcomer to the replacement window industry, which has long been dominated by wood-frame and, more recently, vinyl-frame windows. However, many fiberglass fans would argue that the introduction of this remarkable material to window construction was long overdue. The primary virtue of fiberglass window frames is their remarkable strength, which translates into many aesthetic and practical benefits.

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The Ultimate Guide to Getting the Best Kansas City Replacement Windows

Jan 09, 2019

Is There a ‘One-Size-Fits-All’ Window Replacement Solution? Many Kansas City area window replacement companies will tell you their windows are the “best.” While it’s definitely true that some windows are better than others, there is no single ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution to what is the best window for every situation. To understand this, think of shopping for something other than windows. Let’s

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Replacing Windows and Doors in Overland Park This Spring

Apr 06, 2018

We Can Help With Your Spring Home Remodeling Projects in Overland Park Spring is the season of renewal. The snow melts and fresh grass and flowers appear in its stead. Leaves start to fill out the branches of trees again. Everything about the season seems to encourage a fresh start, so it makes sense that it’s such a popular season

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Kansas City Spring Cleaning: Guide to Maintaining Your Marvin Windows

Mar 09, 2018

  Ready or not, tis the season for spring cleaning. In the flurry of cleaning tasks to tackle this spring, you may or may not have already considered doing some maintenance on your home windows. If you have Marvin fiberglass windows, you’re in luck. Not only do fiberglass windows have excellent performance, they’re very durable and reasonably low maintenance. But

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4 Ways to Protect Your Home from Water Damage This Winter

Jan 02, 2018

Winter can be a rough season for your home, and not just because of the cold. There are also harsh winter storms that your home must contend with. And whether it’s hail, snow, sleet, or freezing rain, it all eventually comes down to the same threat for your home: water damage. Winter is the worst season for developing mold, mildew,

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Protect Your Kansas City Home from Winter With New Replacement Windows

Dec 08, 2017

After the first few appearances of cold weather, you can usually tell when your window is underperforming. Maybe there’s a draft that makes the living room uncomfortable, or you’ve had to turn the heat up more than you should this early into the winter. Many people discount how important your window is to the insulation of your home. If your

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Windows?

Oct 03, 2017

When deciding whether to repair or replace your windows, everything depends on the type of problem you are having and the overall age of your windows. Below are listed the most common problems Kansas City homeowners have with their windows, along with a recommendation on whether to repair your windows or replace them. #1 How Old Are Your Windows? This

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Best Material For Replacement Windows in Your Kansas City Home

Aug 30, 2017

While some Kansas City window replacement companies will try to tell you that there is a single best material for a window frame, the truth is the right choice depends on what you want to get out of your windows and how much you want to spend. Each choice of window material has advantages and disadvantage. If a salesperson or

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06-25-2023
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06-19-2023
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