Two Weeks To Go In The Blue Jackets Sweepstakes

Less than two weeks remain before the draw date of the Columbus Blue Jackets Renew Your Home sweepstakes. The contest, in which the Blue Jackets are partnered with leading window replacement company Renewal By Andersen, officially launched last September 2, 2014. With the November 29, 2014 draw date fast approaching, many people are looking forward to seeing what their luck brings. At stake is USD 10,000.00 in Renewal by Andersen products – more or less how much it costs to replace all of your home’s windows in Columbus – in addition to 12 Lexus Glass Seat tickets to a Columbus Blue Jackets home hockey game, with four of those tickets going to the grand prize winner, in addition to a VIP behind the scenes experience. [Read more...]

Window Replacement: A Short Cost-Benefit Analysis

It is an oft-quoted maxim of the business world that you need money in order to make money. When it comes to the business of flipping houses for profit, this truism holds true. Selling off a run-down house as a fixer upper is hardly a profitable thing; that’s more like quitting before you start hemorrhaging money. Rather, the real profit is in taking a fixer upper and renovating it, turning a diamond in the rough into a show piece. [Read more...]

Remodeling Help With The Window & Door Visualizer

If you’ve ever had to get your home in Ohio replacement windows and/or doors, then you know just how overwhelming that can be. In addition to all the different options available – multiple styles and materials – there’s also the matter of “will it look good on my house?” For all the bells and whistles of windows (and window frames, for that matter) that incorporate the newest technologies, it might not be the best match for your house. It might be resistant to rot and decay, or be guaranteed to outlive you, but if you end up thinking that you bought an eyesore, then it’s just going to make you feel bad every time you see it. [Read more...]

Fibrex Window Frames – What Are They?

Wood is one of the most useful substances known to man. Even before we started burning wood to keep warm and generate light, we undoubtedly used it for other things, too, for hunting, for defense, and for shelter from the wind and rain. It should therefore come as no surprise that, even in this modern day and age, wood remains one of our primary building materials. Even despite the preponderance of glass and concrete in modern construction, nothing beats wood when it comes to imparting a touch of class and elegance to a building. [Read more...]