Your Home’s January Honey Do List
Ah, the month of resolutions! Your personal honey do list is sure to be filled with ambitious goals for 2017: get back to the gym, take control of your diet, but what about your home? This month, we’ve rounded up a January to do list to make sure you start the year off on the right foot at home.
1. Nix Indoor Condensation – Look for indoor condensation on windows and take corrective action. For 7 ways to reduce humidity in your... read more
Your Home’s November Honey-Do List
Prep your home for the holidays and cooler weather with this list of home to dos that you’ll be especially thankful for.
This month, we’re especially thankful for home. Home is where the family comes together, where we’re protected from the elements, and where love abounds. Your home’s November Honey-Do list will make sure your home is ready for the holidays, prepared for colder weather and loved inside and out.
1. Winterize yo... read more
Winter Window Maintenance: Is Condensation Cause for Concern?
Andersen Windows shares winter window maintenance tips and how to manage humidity and condensation in your home.
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The weather outside may be frightful, but should you be alarmed about that condensation you see forming around the outside edges of your window glass?
That’s a question we hear quite often around this time of year at Andersen. The good news is the condensation doesn&rs... read more
Winter is Here: Are You Ready?
The coming winter means preparing now for cold winds, snow and ice attacking the exterior of your home.
Somehow, the end of 2015 is almost here. And although the U.S., especially the northeast, has been experiencing higher than average temperatures recently, you still need to prepare for winter. That means replacing the T-shirts hanging in your closet with clothes to take on the fall and winter months. But have you also done all you can pre... read more
What is Radon and What Can Be Done to Remediate It?
Radon is a naturally occurring, colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemically inert radioactive gas formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil, and water. Several types of tests are available to assess the levels in your home.
What is Radon?
It is a naturally occurring, colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemically inert radioactive gas. Radon is formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil, and water.
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