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It’s Spring in Texas, and that means Tornado Season is right around the corner.

April 12, 2013 Leave your thoughts

 The wonderful sounds and sights of North Texas in Spring; birds singing, bluebonnets on the sides of the freeway, and ……Tornadoes?  Yes, this is the time of year that when a storm rolls through the area, we need to stay alert for the warning siren and hunker down in case there is a twister.  If you happen to get stuck in a wind tunnel, we all have been taught to stay away from the windows because flying debris could shatter the glass. But did you know that there are films out there that will keep the window shards from flying...

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4 Steps to Consider When Purchasing New Replacement Windows For Your Home

April 2, 2013 Leave your thoughts

Over the past few years, Texans have moved less and instead made the decision to invest their earnings into remodeling, renovating and restoring their current house to make a custom environment that is quiet and restful providing the homeowner with precisely what they wanted in their home. While avoiding the trouble and expense of moving. A common upgrade made to homes by the home owners is to interchange old warn out windows with new windows. There are a range of reasons; home security, energy efficiency, spectacular home views, or upgrading the exterior of the home. No matter the reason, these...

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Residential Window Tint will Reduce Energy Cost

March 19, 2013 Leave your thoughts

Residential window film is a fantastic way to cut back, while at the same time creating a positive impact on the atmosphere. Home owners will realize one of the best resolutions to reducing the strain on their pocketbook is by having residential window tint installed. Studies have declared that homes account for 16% of green house gas emissions. Many of us have sought an answer, to combat the negative impact of energy consumption on the globe. Installing residential window tint, the quantity of emissions created by a home is reduced considerably. Naturally, this is the by-product of utilizing less energy to heat or cool a home. Since a major portion of energy is...

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