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modern black front door

Embracing the Modern Black Front Door Trend

Your front door is more than just an entrance; it's a statement. It's the first thing visitors see, and as the old saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. A black front door exudes confidence and sophistication. It's like the little black dress of exterior design — always in style and effortlessly chic.

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Bathroom Windows

Bathroom Window Solutions For Your Home

Bathroom windows are more than just openings in the wall; they're multifaceted elements that contribute significantly to the room's ambiance, functionality, and efficiency. It's a delicate balance: you want privacy, of course, but not at the expense of natural light or style. Let's dive into how you can achieve this trifecta in your bathroom.

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What is a Hopper Window?

What is a Hopper Window?

A hopper window is a type of window that opens inwards from the top and tilts into the room. It is hinged at the bottom and opens by tilting the top portion inwards. In contrast, an awning window opens at the top and creates its own awning when pushed open. Hopper windows have been around for centuries, providing natural light, ventilation, and an emergency exit in basements and other low-level areas of homes and buildings.

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Front Doors and Sidelights: Enhance Curb Appeal

Front Doors and Sidelights: Enhance Curb Appeal

As the President of Brand & Marketing at Canadian Choice Windows and Doors, one of my favorite ways to instantly upgrade a home’s curb appeal is with a stylish new front entry door with sidelight panels. These glass panels flanking the door bathe your home's entryway in warm, natural light while adding architectural interest.

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Standard Door Sizes

Standard Exterior Door Size: A Comprehensive Guide

Our experts at Canadian Choice Windows and Doors understand the importance of choosing the right door size for your home. Whether you’re building a new home or renovating, selecting the appropriate door dimensions is crucial for functionality, aesthetic appeal, and building code compliance.

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Comprehensive Home Inspection Checklist for Canadian Buyers

Comprehensive Home Inspection Checklist: A Guide for Canadian Home Buyers

Are you unknowingly putting your dream home at risk by skipping a crucial step in the home-buying process? Purchasing a new home is a significant investment, and a comprehensive home inspection can provide you with valuable insights into the property's condition, helping you make an informed decision.

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Vinyl Windows vs Fiberglass Windows: A Comprehensive Comparison

Vinyl Windows vs Fiberglass Windows: A Comprehensive Comparison

Are vinyl windows truly a greener and more cost-effective choice for your home than fibreglass windows? This question challenges the common belief that fibreglass windows are the more eco-friendly and economical option. Dive into this article to uncover the answer, and to re-evaluate your assumptions about these two popular window materials.

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What is a Transom Window

What is a Transom Window?

Transom windows, also known as transom lights, are a unique architectural feature that can significantly enhance the aesthetic appeal and functionality of your home. These horizontal windows can be installed above any door or window, allowing natural light to stream into living spaces while providing ventilation and airflow.

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Do Replacement Windows Come with Sills?

Do Replacement Windows Come with Sills?

When it comes to replacing the windows in your home, one important consideration for every homeowner is whether or not the replacement windows will come with window sills. Window sills play a crucial role in both the functionality and aesthetics of any window - which is why understanding their purpose can help you make an informed decision about your home.

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Home Depot or Lowe's Windows vs. Replacement Windows from a Window Company

Home Depot or Lowe's Windows vs. Replacement Windows from a Window Company

When it comes to replacing the windows in your home, you have a few options to consider: purchasing windows from big-box stores like Home Depot or Lowe's, or going with a professional window company. Both routes have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice ultimately depends on your specific needs, budget, and preferences. In this comprehensive guide, we'll delve into the pros and cons of each option to help you make an informed decision.

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