Product Comparisons


Full-Frame vs. Pocket Window Installation

Windows are not just openings in the walls; they are the eyes of a house, bringing in natural light, framing views, and providing a connection to the outside world.

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Cheap vs. High-Quality Exterior Doors

Cheap vs. High-Quality Exterior Doors

Exterior doors play a significant role in your home, providing both security features and aesthetic value. The choice of materials used in your door’s construction can affect both its performance and appearance. Low-cost doors are typically made from lightweight composite materials or steel with polyurethane insulation - however, these do not offer as much protection from the elements as more expensive alternatives, such as wood or fiberglass.

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Steel vs. Wood Exterior Doors: Major Things to Consider

Steel vs. Wood Exterior Doors: Major Things to Consider

When it comes to exterior doors, the debate between choosing steel or wood among homeowners has been ongoing for many years. However, before making any decisions, there are many major considerations to bear in mind. Which is better for exterior doors: wood, or steel? This question can be difficult to answer, as both have advantages and disadvantages. In order to decide, it’s important to examine a number of factors, starting with the installation requirements of each material.

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Open Concept Windows Vs. Privacy

Open concept windows give your home an open, spacious, and well-lit ambience. These interior windows can be included in open plan homes to create space without completely knocking down walls. Open concept windows are also used to create a seamless flow from the indoors to the outdoors in areas such as living rooms leading to patios or balconies.

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DIY vs. Professional Entry Door Installation: The Pros and Cons

Installing home entry doors can be done in two ways: you can hire a professional, or you can do it yourself. All this depends on the installation outcome - replacing a door needs technical skills with a deep understanding of different wall materials, thicknesses, and architectures. Your aim should be to reduce errors in workmanship that compromise the project, alongside structural damages.

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European Windows vs. North American Windows

Replacing your aging windows with something new means opening yourself to going with something new and different. To that end, you will want to consider European windows as well as North American windows. Each of these options offer a variety of benefits. Whether or not one happens to be a better choice for you is something that must be decided after conferring with a contractor.

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