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Nov 28

2016

5 Reasons To Use A Deadbolt On Your Door


Among the options for improving home security, many households turn to installing alarm systems or getting guard dogs. But locksmiths argue that the first line of defence is usually a working deadbolt lock that is used correctly. So, why are deadbolts so popular? They Offer Superior Protection A deadbolt is a kind of lock characterized by a hardened steel bolt that is extended into the doorjamb and strike plate in the doorframe to lock. An estimated 60 per cent of burglaries involve forced entry, and having a quality deadbolt can significantly reduce your chances of becoming a victim. For the…

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Nov 21

2016

Benefits Of Argon-Gas-Filled Windows


Argon is an inert (non-reactive, non-toxic, colourless, and odourless) gas that is used within insulating gas units (IGUs) to enhance thermal performance. Since windows have a fairly low R-value (the capacity an insulating material has to resist heat flow), every improvement including extra glazing layers, low-e (emissivity) coatings, and gas fills help to improve efficiency. Windows that contain argon feature a sealed unit comprising two or more panes of glass with argon gas filled between them. Argon is the third most abundant gas in the atmosphere at 1 per cent, after Nitrogen (78 per cent) and Oxygen (21 per cent).…

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Nov 14

2016

Signs Your Door Needs To Be Replaced


Your front door works hard, everyday, year after year. But with such repeated use, it will definitely wear down and need fixing or replacement. A quality front door not only improves the curb appeal of your home and boosts the overall value of your home, but also keeps your house cool, warm, and safe year round. You can replace your entry door for a number of reasons, including adding a new decorative element to your home’s exterior; saving energy; letting in more natural light; increasing your home comfort; or increasing the security of your home. But any home improvement project…

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Nov 7

2016

10 Ways To Protect Your Windows In The Winter


As outside temperatures plummet, you should start thinking about how to reduce your heating bills. It is estimated that 10 to 25 per cent of the heat in your home escapes through the windows, which means that protecting your windows is one of the best ways to save on energy. Drafty windows will not only cost you more in heating costs, but they will also make the inside of your house feel frosty and uncomfortable. Furthermore, they will be subjected to environmental stress that will completely destroy them, leaving your home exposed in severe weather. To completely eliminate drafts, the…

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Oct 24

2016

How To Check And Fix Drafty Windows


With the cooler months approaching, having drafty windows and doors can be an annoyance that drives up your heating bills even when using an energy-efficient HVAC system. Studies suggest that a single drafty window can reduce your heating efficiency by up to 25 per cent. Now imagine the damage to your energy costs if you have multiple windows allowing cold air in from outside. Sealing air leaks in your windows is a simple chore that can help eliminate cold spots in your rooms, which translates to better insulation and savings in your utility bills. Improving your home’s insulation also makes…

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Oct 17

2016

Are Your Windows Childproof? 7 Ways To Check


Children spend most of their time at home, so when statistics show that most accidents happen here, it comes as no surprise. Unfortunately, many parents overlook the fact that accidents that occur in the home cause far more fatalities and injuries to children than anything else. According to the Journal of Pediatrics, a massive 83 per cent of the cases of children falling out of windows involve screened windows. Screens are designed to keep insects out, but they cannot prevent infants, toddlers or even older children from falling out of the window. To protect your kids from window falls: Never…

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Oct 13

2016

How You Can Save On Energy Costs?


Many families are unaware of the money they can save from making their home fully energy-efficient. A few simple tweaks to your home’s windows and doors, water and sewage system, hydro and home maintenance can save you thousands of dollars each year. In the detailed example outlined in our “Home Running Cost Comparison” infographic, the energy-savvy Templeton family saved $6,295 a year compared to their neighbours, the Wilson’s – and your family could save even more. Our team at Clera Windows And Doors has shared the specific methods you can use to achieve big energy savings without sacrificing comfort. Energy…

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Oct 10

2016

Your Complete Guide To Choosing Windows For Your New Home


Window technology has advanced significantly, and choosing the right windows for your new home can mean increased comfort and energy benefits.

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Oct 3

2016

Window Pane Painting: Everything You Need To Know


You don’t have to wait until your windows look old and worn before you think about repurposing them with acrylic painting and crafty designs. Painted glass is always attractive, and is one of the easiest projects for crafters and artists because you can easily scrape off any mistakes with a razor blade.

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