Wondering how to replace single pane windows with double pane? Having a windows and doors company replace them for you, or managing your own DIY installation of windows purchased from a home improvement store are the two most common solutions. Here’s our insight on both.
Andersen® windows are a high-end brand of windows and doors made in the USA with a strong reputation and large marketing budget, so most homeowners are familiar with them. It’s not uncommon for DunRite to provide quotes to homeowners who ask for them by name. Perhaps they’ve heard good things from other homeowners, or they’ve been impressed with what they’ve seen online.
If that’s you, and you’re wondering where to buy Andersen windows, there are three primary ways to make your purchase: from dealers (like us) who sell and install Andersen product, from a Renewal by Andersen showroom, or at a home improvement store.
Ahhhhh, Arizona. There’s no better place to bring the outdoors in, right? Big sliding glass doors and multifold doors that create a moving glass wall are beautiful options to open up the patio, creating a seamless flow from the inside of your home to the backyard.
They take full advantage of balmy weather and lovely views, and add a stunning design element to a home.
Let’s talk about which moving wall system DunRite prefers and why we feel it’s your best option.
Wondering where to buy new windows for your home? Here’s the scoop on home improvement store windows, showrooms, franchises, dealers and more.
It’s helpful to start with the basics. Do you need to replace a broken pane of glass or perhaps just one or two windows that are having issues, or is it time to replace all of the windows in your home?
Long stretches of 100+ degree weather, and constant sun beating down on a home can be tough on windows. Is vinyl a mistake? Can I use vinyl windows in Arizona without having heat-related issues that impact performance or longevity? Some homeowners have concerns about vinyl as a budget-friendly option.
When the neighbor’s barking dog sounds like it’s standing next to your bed, windows are hard to open or close, dust on the furniture is a constant battle and you can feel warmth of the summer sun when you touch a window pane inside the house, it’s time for window replacements in your home.
Home improvements can be a significant investment, and it’s smart to do a bit of due diligence before deciding who to trust with your project. If you’re thinking 2020 will be the year to buy replacement windows for your home, we’ve put our top five tips together to help you with the process.
Are Pella Windows worth the cost? Many homeowners looking for high-end windows are loyal to the Pella brand, and stick with it for any window and door purchase. They wouldn’t go with any other brand. Perhaps their home has older Pella windows that have lasted for decades with zero issues or they’ve had a positive installation experience in the past, or a friend recommended Pella as a trusted, reputable brand.