From June 1 to November 30, coastal residing homeowners remain guarded as they should. Hurricane season is not fun for anyone, especially when multiple hurricanes make landfall in one season. The pain of hurricane season has a lot to do with preparation and repair. It doesn’t take many years in Houston to realize the need for hurricane impact windows.
Hurricane season officially began June 1 and runs through November 30. However, it’s not uncommon to see tropical storms develop before and after these dates. The Texas Gulf Coast area is especially susceptible to the often critical weather conditions that hurricanes and tropical storms bring. If you live in hurricane country, now is the best time to secure your home for the season.
With colder temperatures rolling in, it can be a challenge to keep your home warm. Even if your area doesn’t see sub-zero temperatures, there are some important ways to keep the chill out and keep your electric bills low during the Winter months. Continue reading Preparing Your Windows for Winter
As energy prices continue to climb, many households have turned to window replacement as an easy way to lower their utility bills. Although the many available options can be overwhelming, vinyl has become an increasingly popular option for its stability, affordability, and array of choices to fit any home. If you’ve decided to install vinyl windows on your home, there are some things to keep in mind while you shop. Continue reading Shopping for Vinyl Windows