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New windows are a major expensive item in a home. This is true either for new construction windows or new replacement windows. Be sure to check the certifications when installing new windows.

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Need to repair windows? No, not Microsoft Windows ™, your home windows repair. Knowing how to repairs will save you money and extend the life of your windows.

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Window replacement is a major expense. Windows replacement can save energy over older leaky windows. Replacement vinyl windows are a very popular choice.

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You can install glass blocks yourself with these simple tips from Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com. You can make glass block windows, showers, walls and much more, once you learn the basics of glass block installation.

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The trick for installing replacement windows is in the initial measurements. Be sure to measure the window opening carefully. Length and width are not the only measurements you should make.

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Window cleaning can be quick and easy with the right tools. AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter shares window washing tips about which window cleaning supplies to use, what tools work best and how to clean windows properly.

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Window cleaner is only one aspect of streak free window cleaning. This video shows you window cleaning secrets to get results like a pro window cleaner. The most important thing is using the right window cleaning tools. Rather than store bought or homemade glass cleaner, use a squeegee and the right soap.

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Window sashes can be found in just about every home. Some go up and down, while others swing out like a door. You can buy window sash replacement kits in case your window sashes can't be repaired. If you want to save energy dollars, you are a candidate for high-efficiency window sash replacement kits. Tilt-in sash kits are popular because they make it easy to clean windows from inside the house.

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