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11 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Winter

Depending on where you live in Canada, the winter weather may be somewhat consistent or it may change from one day to the next. As a homeowner, you want to ensure that everything is ready whether it’s raining, sleeting, or snowing. That means making some preparations before winter arrives. Here are 11 tasks that should be on your list if you want your home to be ready for whatever a Canadian winter can bring about. 

Double Pane or Triple Pane Windows?

It’s time to think about replacing those aging windows. One of the first matters that the contractor will want to discuss is whether you want double or triple pane windows. Since you’ve never invested in new residential windows, how will you answer that question?

Keeping a Healthy Airflow in Your Home with New Windows

Air Duct Cleaning

How healthy is the air you breathe? If you have old windows and haven’t had a proper vent cleaning in years, the answer might make you uncomfortable. Dust and allergens get into a home on a regular basis. Over time, they build up in a house’s vents. In particularly dry months or during winters, this can lead to more allergies and colds. 

Energy Star Program Changes coming January 1, 2020

In April 2019, the Government of Canada introduced a new standard for the Energy Star program which includes updates to windows, doors and skylight standards for Canadian manufacturers, installers and home builders. These changes will come into effect on January 1, 2020, but some companies, like Canadian Choice Windows and Doors, have already started to procure and install windows and doors to the new standards. In this article we are going to look at what the Energy Star Program is, how energy efficiency is measured, go through the latest standards and touch on some of our favourites for energy-efficient windows!

How to Remove and Prevent Black Mold on Windows

Every aspect of your home - every last inch - is a vital part of your investment as a whole. That’s why ensuring that everything is in pristine condition is a major part of your responsibility as a homeowner. Unfortunately, many of us take certain parts of our home for granted. For instance, while you might pick up on a leaky pipe almost instantly, blackened moldy windows might not pique your interest right off the bat.

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