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What makes some windows look green after installation?

Green tinted windowsIt’s not uncommon for some windows to have a green tint to the glass, with homeowners asking about the color after installation. Is it a defect? A film or coating? We approached several manufacturers to get their take on why it was more noticeable on some windows than others.

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Five Window Warranty Red Flags & Limitations to Be Aware of

Five Window Warranty Red Flags & Limitations to be Aware of

When you’re debating which brand of replacement window to purchase, or wondering if you should step up in budget, comparing the window warranty between different products can be a smart way to decide… especially if it’s your retirement home or a residence you intend to keep long-term.

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New 2021 Window Features from Andersen & Pella

We’re only halfway through 2021, but we have some noteworthy items from our high-end window and door manufacturers to share with you. Both Pella Windows and Andersen Windows have news to share.

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How do double glazed windows save money?

How do double glazed windows save money?What is a double glazed window?

Often mistaken for window films, tints and coatings, window glazing simply refers to the pane(s) of glass installed in a window frame (or wall opening).

It’s not a treatment done to the glass, it’s the glass itself.

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Does Home Depot sell Pella?

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Pella® Impervia® Fiberglass Windows

Are you a fan of Pella® Windows & Doors? One of the most common questions asked about this brand is specific to DIYers: Does Home Depot sell Pella? Let’s tackle it.

Home Depot does not sell Pella windows—they sell the Andersen® windows brand, a competitor in the high-end windows niche. However, you can find Pella products at Lowe’s. 

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How to replace single pane windows with double pane

Should you DIY or hire professionals?

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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.

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Do Black Vinyl Windows Cost More? Anlin ThermaCoat

Do black vinyl windows cost more?

One of the hottest new trends in home replacement windows are black window frames. They can give a sophisticated, modern look to a home, regardless of its style.

But can we order black vinyl windows, which historically have only been available in white, almond or clay colors? And do black vinyl windows cost more?

We did a quick interview this morning with Sal Sucato, owner of DunRite Windows & Doors to get the scoop, and here’s what he had to say. 

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Can I claim energy efficient windows on my taxes?

Can energy efficient windows be claimed on taxes?

 

If you’ve made a purchase of energy efficient windows or doors from DunRite in 2020, you may be eligible to claim that purchase on your taxes, receiving a tax credit up to $500.

However, certain criteria apply.

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Where to buy new home windows in Arizona

Where to buy new windows for my home

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?

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Holiday discount only valid on new quotes dated 11/30/22 - 12/31/22. One offer per purchase per customer. Requires a three-item minimum purchase with at least 65 united inches per window, interior doors excluded; ask your salesperson for details.
Holiday discount only valid on new quotes dated 11/30/22 - 12/31/22. One offer per purchase per customer. Requires a three-item minimum purchase with at least 65 united inches per window, interior doors excluded; ask your salesperson for details.