News & Blog Posts - February 2017

Replacing Your Windows In A Heritage Home

Ontario has a rich architectural history, including everything from the Victorian farm- or townhouse, “in-town” Georgian homes, Arts and Crafts residences, Second Empire rowhouses, and Edwardian cottages quite common in cities and towns across the province which, while more common and not often thought of as “heritage,” still have many traditional charms.

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Why Kitchener Builders Are Using Energy Efficient Windows

Last year, home starts in Waterloo Region, including Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and townships, were up 27 percent to 4,074 units, according to The Record, in response to a combination of factors, including Ontario’s profitable real estate market, job growth and wage growth, and the region’s consistently strong population growth.

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Energy Efficient Windows Let You Choose Bigger And Bolder Designs

Building your home is a dream come true for many and an opportunity to make your residence a unique piece of contemporary architecture in the city or a suburban dream home built to accommodate your every desire.

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Are Casement Windows Right For Your Home

Casement windows are practically standard issue in modern homes in Ontario, especially in bedrooms, living rooms, and on second floors. Today, the casement window seems synonymous with the two-story, red brick-façade of suburban homes that are common in cities and towns across this province, but their history actually goes back quite a long way

5/24/2017 9:29:20 AM

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