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Is it OK to Paint Vinyl Windows in Tucson, AZ?

Posted by on Dec 18, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Do you want to change the look and feel of your Tucson, AZ home? Many people are focused on curb appeal to transform the outside appearance of the property. But, before you pull out the paintbrush, it is important that you know the type of materials that you are preparing to paint. For example, some products, such as vinyl, don’t hold the layer of paint very well. But, if you have wood, then the paint will look great! The best thing that you can do is talk to a window expert to learn about your options. Conflicting Information about Painting...

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Why Do You Need an In-Home Consultation for a Vinyl Windows Estimate in Tucson, AZ?

Posted by on Dec 11, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Shopping for new windows requires time and effort on the part of the homeowner. Not only do you need to learn about the options that are available, but you also need to pick a window contractor in Tucson, AZ. If you are thinking about vinyl windows for your home, then the best thing that you can do is schedule a consultation with our team. Varying Prices of Window Installation It might seem simple to call an installation team and ask questions about the price of installation. But, many factors influence the cost of the window. Shopping for...

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Are the Vinyl Windows in Your Tucson, AZ Home Easy to Open?

Posted by on Dec 4, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

How do you feel when you have to struggle to get the window to open? It can be frustrating not to have the freedom to enjoy a fresh breeze when the weather is nice outside. If you live in Tucson, AZ or the surrounding areas, then you should consider the option to talk to our team here at Olander’s Window Replacement about new vinyl windows. Why Windows Get Stuck There are several reasons why windows are difficult to open: • Warping: Temperature changes can cause the window frames to expand and contract. Eventually, these temperature...

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Tucson, AZ Homeowners: Go Green with New Vinyl Windows

Posted by on Nov 27, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Climate change is a hot topic right now because many people are concerned about the impact of pollution on the environment. Are your choices affecting the future of our planet? It doesn’t matter if you live in Tucson, AZ or another city on the other side of the country, your daily decisions have an impact on the environment. As a homeowner, you should look for ways that you can “Go Green” to reduce your carbon footprint. There are a variety of energy efficiency options to consider. For example, you might install new appliances or...

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Noisy Neighbors in Tucson, AZ? Vinyl Windows Might Be the Answer

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

After a long day at the office, it is nice to come home and relax with a book or a good movie. But, it can be frustrating to get settled in, only to be interrupted by sounds from the neighbors. It doesn’t matter if you live in Tucson, AZ or any other city in the state because the neighborhood sounds are unavoidable. Even though you can’t stop the noises coming from your neighbor’s house, there are a few home upgrades that can block the noises. Vinyl windows might be the answer that you need. Common Sounds from the Neighbors Sometimes,...

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Vinyl Windows Protect Your Tucson, AZ Home from Cracking and Fading Frames

Posted by on Nov 13, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

The hot weather in Tucson, AZ can have an impact on the quality of your home. When the sun is beating down, the heat and UV exposure speeds up wear and tear. As a result, homeowners in the area need to stay proactive with ongoing maintenance tasks. A little bit of work right now can go a long way to protect your home and reduce the damage in the future. If your home is looking old and worn, then it might be time to invest in renovations. Repainting the outside of the property, upgrading to vinyl windows, and working on the yard can improve...

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New Vinyl Windows Will Reduce Heat Transfer in Tucson, AZ

Posted by on Nov 6, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

When the sun is blazing outside, do you find it hard to keep your home cool and comfortable? Tucson, AZ is known for the hot weather. As a homeowner, you need to be proactive to protect your home with energy-saving upgrades. Vinyl windows are a great place to start when you are ready to reduce heat transfer in your home. Stop Cranking Up the Air Conditioner If the house is too warm, then most homeowners will adjust the thermostat to improve indoor comfort. But, these thermostat changes will just increase your energy usage and utility bills....

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Slide on Over with New Patio Doors

Posted by on Oct 30, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Doors create an image in your mind before you even turn the door knob! Simple or ornate…heavy oak or slick vinyl. It’s all about how you feel and what emotions you want the door to trigger. Same thing goes for the patio doors in your Tucson home. There are several styles of sliding doors and each one provides a calling for you or your friends to come on inside! Doorway to Paradise (or at least your garden) First on the list are gliding doors or bypass doors. These patio doors let in a lot of natural light and are easy to maintain....

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What the Heck is Curb Appeal?

Posted by on Oct 23, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

“Curb appeal” is one of those phrases that is beaten senseless these days! What the heck is curb appeal anyway? Is it that young socialite standing on the street corner garnering smiles and nods from anyone passing by? Is it your car parked at the curb looking nice, new and clean? Or how about your house? Well-maintained and hooking anyone looking for a new home? You can answer “Yes” to any and all of these statements, but the one that is most applicable regards your home! Curb appeal is the vibe your house is giving…from the curb!...

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The Life Cycle of Vinyl

Posted by on Oct 16, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

When we talk about the life cycle of something what are we referring to? Humans have a longer lifecycle than ever before. A person can be in their 70’s and we say, “Oh, that’s not old these days.” When we talk about clothing for example, the age is often linked to the style. Clothing from the 1970’s, for example, was bell-bottoms, wide collars and crazy pastel colors and that stuff definitely looks old now! Who dresses like that today? How about windows? A typical square frame with a single pane of glass looks about the...

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