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    Cannot live without house windows

    A window is an opening in a wall, door, roof of the house that allows the entry and exit of light, sound and air. Today, windows are usually glazed or covered with certain material that can either be transparent or translucent - curtains, blinds, or roller shades with wallpaper. Windows may be opened to allow ventilation or closed to protect from inclement weather.

    Historically speaking, glass windows were first used by the Romans, most probably in Alexandria around 100 AD. In China, Japan and Korea, paper windows were popular as they were economical and still serve its purpose. In the early 17th century England, glass became popular in the windows of ordinary homes. While windows made up of panes of flattened animal horn were used as early as the 14th century. This interesting history of windows clearly shows the magnitude of the use and importance of windows in every home.

    How to clean windows like a pro

    Learn how to clean your own window with these easy steps. With the proper tools and solutions, you will be able to clean your own windows like a true professional.

    The key to have a streak free windows is having the right tools such as a good squeegee, a squeegee wet cover, and dry cleaning cloths. The first thing that you have to do is to pour your preferred cleaning solution into a bucket. Be sure that the bucket is wide enough so that the squeegee will fit. With the us of the squeegee, smear the solution over the entire surface of the window. Working from top to bottom, draw the squeegee across the window, skimming the cleaning solution and dirt from the glass.

    With the use of a fresh, clean cloth, wipe the squeegee dry after each pass across the window. After your squeegee session, run the cleaning cloth along the “wet” side of the window to dry the drips left behind. Soak up any cleaning solution in the window sill and dry with a fresh cleaning cloth.

    Different window types for your home

    Depends on your needs, there are different types of windows that make up the construction of your house. Here are the different window types that you may like:

    1. Double-Hung windows – it has two sashes that slide vertically in the frame. They can open wide from either the top or bottom, but still remain inside the frame so that they would not protrude.

    2. Casement Windows – a hinged window that operates by turning the crank.

    3. Awning Windows – window that is hinged at the top to let the air in. They can be installed above, below or alongside a stationary or operating window.

    4. Picture Window – a large stationary window that lets in light at its maximum amount. The window will also let you get a better view of the outside environment.

    5. Transom Window – narrow type of window that can let air in or be simply stationary. It is mounted above a door or window to allow more light in the room.

    6. Slider Windows – window that glides along a track and commonly used in modern or contemporary style houses.

    7. Stationary Windows – type of window that does not open and can be tailored in any angle or shape according to your preference.

    8. Bay or Bow Windows – this type of window gives you more interior space as they protrude out from the exterior of the siding of the house.

    The popular French windows

    If you want to have a style in your home that denotes class and architectural sensibility immersed with operational easiness, then the French Casement Windows may be the right ones for you. This type of window is considered to be an essential part of the homes today due to its beauty and operational standards. It is available in different designs and materials and can add uniqueness to the home interior. Available patterns include grille patterns, wood exteriors and others. French casement windows are the outcome of unique engineering and research in weather stripping. It is flexible, easy to handle and low maintenance that many homeowners love.

    Energy efficient windows that you will love

    When choosing energy efficient windows, consider these four factors: frame, glass, design and installation.

    The right frame, especially wood frame is less prone to heat and cold transfer than the metal ones. However, this does not mean that wood is the ideal frame for the windows. There are various materials to choose from, such as vinyl, aluminum, and wood-clad.

    The material each window is constructed from is important, and that each material has its own advantages and disadvantages.

    The design of the window also matters as there are some window designs that are more efficient than the others. You may have encountered double-hung windows, casement windows, and picture windows.

    In addition to these, proper installation is also important in home interior. Whatever type of window you have, they will not perform effectively if they are not properly installed.

    What are storm windows

    Storm windows are windows that are mounted outside or inside of the main glass window. The window may also serve as a retrofit on existing windows. It can be mounted externally or internally and can be made of glass, rigid plastic panels or flexible plastic sheets. The primary goal of storm windows is to insulate, as well as to add protection for homes against damages to costly glass panes during inclement weather.

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