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How Do Windows Increase Home Value?

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As you consider replacing the windows in your DC-area home, you’ve probably heard that this investment will increase the value of your home. How valid is this claim? Is replacing your windows before you sell your home really worth it? …

What Is a Muntin Bar?

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Muntin bars are a common sight in the DC area, but you might not realize they go by this name. Put simply, muntin bars are the grilles that separate a window pane into smaller sections. If you’ve ever seen a …

Weather Shield Features

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As a premium dealer and installer, Quality Window & Door is proud to carry some of today’s best windows from multiple manufacturers. Weather Shield is one of our top-selling brands, and with good reason! Consider the features exclusive to Weather Shield …

How Often Should Residential Windows Be Replaced?

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Deciding when to replace your windows is not an exact science. Still, if your windows are getting old or starting to decrease in performance, you should consider replacing them. Here’s a guide to help you time your window replacement. Residential …

Which Windows Have the Best Low-E Rating?

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If you’re shopping for replacement windows, you want your investment to improve the comfort and efficiency of your home. At Quality Window & Door, we strive to supply our customers with the highest performance window products available today. One way …

Are Double Hung Windows Drafty?

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Are you thinking about replacing your windows? Perhaps you’ve heard rumors that double hung windows are notoriously drafty, and if that’s true, you want to steer clear of them. Maybe you’re already dealing with drafty windows and want a way …

Types of Window Shapes for Infinity from Marvin Replacement Windows

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Perhaps you’ve heard good things about Infinity from Marvin replacement windows, with their strong, energy-efficient Ultrex fiberglass frames. Now you’re wondering if this product line offers the shapes, sizes, and operating styles you want to install in your home. Here’s …