Aluminum Windows For The Summer

How To Insulate Your Aluminum Windows For The Summer?

The global temperature of the earth has risen by 1 degree since 1880. Now this may seem like a small increase, but on a global level, it has proven to be catastrophic.

According to NASA, the global temperature increase represents the average change in temperature for the entire earth surface.

In simpler words, it represents the amount of heat energy it receives from the sun, and the amount of energy it releases back into the space.

Your city or country might be burning on a 40 degrees temperature, but this 1-degree change can cause some serious damage around the world.

The world is experiencing one of the worst summers, which means some preventative steps are required to beat the heat. You can insulate your door and windows to prevent heat from entering the house. Here are some useful tips for you.

Hurricane Impact Windows

5 Benefits of Hurricane Impact Windows

Nature can be unpredictable when it is at its worst. With fast environmental changes and global warming, safety requirements of homes have changed. Different parts of the world have experienced extreme cold and heat throughout the year. This has raised some serious concerns about infrastructure safety and resistance to heat, wind, and water.

Home owners and builders are readily equipping their homes with impact windows to provide basic level of resistance to water and wind damage. But apart from these primary benefits, impact windows have much more to offer.

Your Ultimate Guide to Hurricane Impact Windows and Doors

Your Ultimate Guide to Hurricane Impact Windows and Doors

When Mother Nature blows stern, homeowners have only one thing to worry about:

To somehow stop the relentless winds and the being carried along from entering their home.

Because the potential of damage these elements carry is huge. At times, it can be devastating and earth flattening.

Quick…Nail the plywood!

And even though nailing plywood across windows and doors does help to an extent (stopping wind and windborne debris from entering the house), it’s not a sure-safe method.

Hurricanes produce winds of 119 kilometers per hour. Multiply this with the mass of the windborne debris (it could be anything), and what you get is the impact force with which the object is likely to hit your boards of plywood.

It’s going to shatter them. Very likely.

Jalousie Window

Jalousie Window: To Be Or Not To Be

Windows are the eye to your home, it is essential that you choose the right kind. The primary function of a window is to provide a proper view, ventilation, and protection from the world.  But the current trends of window placement and styles have changed drastically. Gone are the days when people invested in robust…