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For more information about replacement windows and doors, check out these resources from around the Web.
- Here’s a great page from eHow on getting the locks on your replacement windows working like new again.
- Learn about what factors to consider when choosing an entry door in this article from HouseLogic.com .
- Are your old windows painted over? Find out why you may have trouble opening and closing them on this page from This Old House .
- Take a look at this article from Better Homes and Gardens for a great look at beautiful entry door designs.
- Did you know that you can get a 70% return on investment for your window and door replacement? Learn more on this page from Remodeling.com .
Contact Window World at (321) 282-6200 to learn about our Orlando replacement window and door options.
Are you on the market for replacement windows ? Before you make a purchase, remember that any replacement window you buy is only as good as the warranty it comes with. Having the protection of a great warranty can make the difference between the window that lasts a decade and windows that last a lifetime.
At Window World, we stand behind every single window we sell. That’s why we offer a lifetime warranty on every window we install—you’ll never have to worry about a malfunctioning or poorly performing window ever again!
To learn more about our lifetime replacement window warranty, contact Window World today at (321) 282-6200.
To keep your home secure throughout the day and night, it’s important that your windows are locked securely to prevent them from being opened from the outside. However, if your windows are unable to lock or if the locks are broken, you may be unable to secure each window’s sash. Here are some things you can do to get your replacement windows to lock.
- Sashes are Not Fully Closed
A common reason why replacement windows don’t lock is because the upper and lower sashes are not fully in the closed position. Try pushing each sash as far as it will go in the closed position, and then try to lock it again. In some instances, you may need two people to push on separate sashes to get the lock’s latches to line up.
- Sashes are Not Aligned Correctly
A more serious issue is that your window sashes are not properly aligned. This is a common problem in older windows that suffer from extreme wear or poor maintenance, but it could also occur because of thermal expansion and contraction. Push the sashes firmly into the channels that hold them in place to make sure they line up straight.
- Balance Shoe is Disengaged
The balance shoe is a part of the window frame that helps to move the window sash up and down in the frame. These components can sometimes get stuck, making it difficult to open or close your window properly. To fix this, remove your window sash and raise the balance shoes a few inches using a flat head screw driver. Once they’re locked into a new position, reinsert the sash and try moving the sash again.
For more information on troubleshooting these and other window problems, contact Window World today at (321) 282-6200. We’re Central Florida’s premier replacement window service, providing replacement windows throughout the Orlando area.
If you’re looking for a way to really bring some life to your home’s entryway, a new replacement entry door is an excellent option. Upgrading your entry door will add a new focal point to your home’s exterior, giving your home the curb appeal you’ve been looking for. Let’s look at some of the features and factors to consider when choosing a great new entry door.
Entry doors come in a wide variety of shapes, styles, and sizes, but the material you choose is one of the most important features of the door. Replacement doors come in a number of different materials, but the two most popular are wood and steel. Wood is a traditional door material and is unmatched in its elegance, versatility, and beauty. Steel doors, on the other hand, can give you a slightly modern twist on classic styles and designs, plus the added benefit of low maintenance and enhanced durability.
Another way to make a great first impression with your entry door is by using high-quality hardware. Choosing the right door handles, locks, door viewers, and knockers will bring out the texture and color of your door, making its design look cohesive and deliberate. Plus, high-quality hardware also gives you the added benefit of improved security and safety.
But some of the best features to look for in a door are the things you can’t see. For example, many of Window World’s replacement entry doors come with a foam core designed to give your door that extra insulation boost. This helps to reduce drafts, enhance home comfort, and improve home energy efficiency. Other features include reinforced door jambs, 90-minute fire ratings, and the best warranties available in Orlando.
To learn more about choosing the right replacement doors for your Orlando area home, contact Window World today by calling (321) 282-6200. We specialize in replacement window and door installation , sales, and maintenance.
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