Thursday, 20 May 2021 by jantek
Email email@example.com to set up a quick telephone interview. We look forward to talking with you! This is a great time to be considering changing jobs, looking for your first job, or taking a new job after spending some time off. The labor market is tight. There are more jobs available than there are workers
A couple of months ago I posted an article on the Jantek Windows blog that stressed the importance of consumers vetting any contractor that they are considering for their replacement window and patio door project. Last month a very high profile event occurred in the replacement window and door industry that underscores the intent of that article.
Saturday, 05 December 2020 by jantek
As a replacement window shopper, you may know that there are four types of replacement window and patio door frame material types: vinyl, wood, metal and composite. Below is a detailed comparison of these four replacement window and patio door types, including the pros and cons of each. You can check out our article on comparing
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5 Things Every Replacement Window And Patio Door Shopper Should Know BEFORE They Receive an Estimate
Saturday, 05 December 2020 by jantek
Ok, so you’ve finally decided this is the year for replacement windows and patio doors in your home or building. Great! I want you to know this article is specifically written for you, the replacement window and patio door shopper. Because buying replacement windows and patio doors is something we don’t get much practice at,
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How To Compare The Insulation Value of Wood, Metal, Vinyl and Composite Window And Patio Door Types and Brands
Friday, 23 October 2020 by jantek
Of course Energy Savings and Comfort are two very important criteria as you determine the best replacement window and patio door type and brand for your project. But how do you compare the ability of the different types, styles and prices of windows to deliver on that important objective? Vinyl clad wood windows, Metal windows,
Friday, 16 October 2020 by jantek
Energy consumption affects the Philosophical, Financial, Physical and Social aspects of our lives. It is the end result of a balancing act, or a value equation that we use in considering the method, the cost, the quality, and the environmental impact of how we live.
Friday, 02 October 2020 by jantek
by Frank Giuseppini As you do your research on the product portion of your replacement window and patio door project, you have probably read or heard some window retailers state that the window and patio door products they are quoting utilize a “Warm Edge Spacer.” So why is that important? Well, let’s explore what warm edge spacers
Wednesday, 23 September 2020 by jantek
“Wow!” you say, as you come to the realization that you have a lot of choices as to the style, brands and materials that you select for your replacement window project. As we covered in our article on The Cost of Replacement Windows and Patio Doors there are distinct differences in the cost of replacement windows and
Saturday, 19 September 2020 by jantek
If you’re going to purchase replacement windows and patio doors its very important that any window or patio door you consider be certified by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). There a two reasons why.
Now that you have decided that you want and need to do a replacement window project, the next step is to figure out how you will pay for it. The replacement window project financing question is something that you can answer only after considering all the available ways to pay for your project against your