The 8 Foot Screen Door Length Problem You can go to almost any hardware store (Lowes, Home Depot) and even online ones (like HD Supply) and purchase a Sliding Glass Screen Door up to 81” in length (7 feet) because that has been the standard patio door size for many years. However, even though they... Continue Reading →
Videos that show you how to fix things are awesome. By learning how to fix things yourself, you can save yourself money that would normally be spent on paying someone else to do it. Now I get that some may not have the time to do such things but for those that do, here's a... Continue Reading →
The Window Covering Manufacturers Association (WCMA) announced on October 25th, 2015 that it has initiated the process of revising the voluntary corded window covering safety standard. The update to the standard will be done in strict accordance with the internationally-respected American National Standards Institute (ANSI) process and will be the seventh revision of the standard... Continue Reading →
http://strib.mn/1RFFZLS Andersen Windows debuts VeriLock, its integrated home security technology for windows and doors Andersen's VeriLock technology wins award at this year's CES.
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I found a wonderful window coverings store in Burbank called Quality Window Blinds. The owner Victor is a very nice person and is very knowledgeable. I recommend them to anyone in the local area. Includes install. http://www.qualitywindowblinds.net/
Date: 01.22.2016 Many of us would love to turn our attention to spring now that the holidays are over and the days are just a bit longer, but the truth is, there is still a lot of winter left to be had. Here at Window Nation, we are not just concerned about buttoning up your... Continue Reading →
History Exterior storm windows have been around since the 18th century and became common at the end of the 19th century. To the right is a page from The Mulliner Catalog of 1893. Here wood storm windows are available to match the window sash design. Click to enlarge. 2-1/4 inch stiles are standard but 3... Continue Reading →