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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

As temperatures drop, people often raise the heat in order to stay comfortable. However, using heat is expensive and can harm the environment. If you'd like to lower your energy bills this winter, you might consider winterizing your home's windows. Installing energy-efficient windows is one of the best ways to lower your energy bills this winter. How Energy Efficient Windows Work Energy efficient windows work by adding additional layers of material between your home and outside elements such as wind, snow... read more.

  • December 10, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Preparing your home for the next big disaster can be complicated, but it is important to protect the biggest asset that you own. Fortunately, preparing for a big storm doesn’t have to be expensive or overly time consuming. A good way to start is by thinking about the parts of your home that you need to protect. In general, any point of entry needs extra attention in order to prevent wind and water from doing damage. It’s also important to secure items outside of the main structure. Doors are... read more.

  • November 26, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Sometimes, you can't help but admire a beautifully-designed house. When you walk or drive past and see a home that the children will surely want to inherit or a concept so fully thought out that it provides the best in both form and function, the green-eyed monster tries to take control. Fortunately, you can also be the envy of the neighborhood and express your individuality with unique doors and windows that help your home stand out from every other building on the block. Most people think of painting a do... read more.

  • November 19, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Cleaning windows is one of the most often procrastinated chores around the house. While the exterior of windows should be cleaned twice a year, the idea of all that time and elbow grease leaves many with a neglected window. As it turns out, the old, labor-intensive methods are not the most effective. Washing your windows like a professional will leave you with far better results and less work. The first step is to ditch the newspapers and paper towels. These will smear dirt and grit over the glass and crea... read more.

  • November 13, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

  Hurricane Sandy destroyed many East Coast homes on Monday. Although many were anticipating a dangerous storm, not many expected “Frankenstorm” to leave such destruction. As a result, the recent events have left victims with unrepairable homes and others with no power. The 2012 hurricane will go down in history as one of the most devastating storms the East Coast has ever seen. As countless victims on the East Coast are surveying the damage, determining how to cope with the storm's aft... read more.

  • November 01, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Heating unusual spaces in your home can be a challenge; especially in older homes. Basements, hallways, sunrooms and porches can all be hard to heat areas in a home because most central and forced air systems do not have vents that effectively reach these areas. Fortunately, there are ways to get around these problems. Try the following suggestions to make sure your whole house is warm this winter. Shut off Vents in Areas You’re Not Using If you have central or forced air, the areas of you home th... read more.

  • October 15, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Holiday window decorating is a time-honored tradition, one that adds immeasurable joy to the festive season, but if proper precautions are not taken, holiday decorations can increase the likelihood of house fires as well. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there are around 500 house fires each year involving holiday décor, many resulting in injuries and deaths as well as millions of dollars of property damage. These holiday window decorating Do’s and Don’ts can help keep families... read more.

  • October 05, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Regardless of where you live, there is the chance that a burglary can take place in your neighborhood. When the economy is at a downturn, local law enforcement officials notice an increase in the level of burglaries. However, there is no guarantee that your home will not become the victim of a burglary even when the economy is doing great. Even though you may never have to worry about becoming a victim of a burglary, there are things that you can do to help protect your home for that unexpected event. ... read more.

  • September 27, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

  Nationwide Window, New Jersey Preferred Contractor When choosing a window and siding company, you want a company that is professional, reliable and uses exceptional products to improve your home. New Jersey contractors, Nationwide Window and Siding, have an excellent reputation for selecting the perfect windows, roofing, siding and doors to fit the style of your home. In addition to top-quality installation, Nationwide’s reasonable pricing will have you wondering why you waited so long to ca... read more.

  • September 20, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Nationwide Window

Windows at first were mere holes in the wall that were eventually covered with animal hide, cloth, or wood.  Shutters were shortly introduced giving an opening and closing function for its users and more functionality within their environment. Mullioned glass windows were introduced to the public made of flattened pieces of translucent animal horn and fine sliced marble.  Mullion windows have a vertical divider between the windows that has a structural yet decorative purpose. Glass windows were... read more.

  • September 07, 2012
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