Despite being in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, business shutdowns and constant weather obstacles including deadly tornados and flash floods, Tennessee is still the number one state to which people are relocating.
Window City has been doing commercial window replacement for over 30 years. Over the course of those 30 years, Window City has learned a great amount of knowledge within the industry and has invented successful procedures in the productivity of installing windows for commercial buildings.
Vinyl replacement windows have become a popular option of window types not only in the residential market but also in the commercial sector. With so many different window options, vinyl has held its place in the market for many years.
Last week, we had a chance to speak with our company’s President, Michael Mastroberti, on some key points to know when in the market for window replacement. Things like replacing your window at the right time, knowing the signs a window needs replaced and understanding condensation are just a few of the points we got to cover.
Historic window restoration projects on historic properties often present a higher degree of difficulty due to the nature of original construction. Our team has to be mindful of framing style, existing decomposition (rot), and present-day code requirements.
Window City specializes in historic window replacement. For over 35 years, the commercial window and door replacement company has been completing turnkey window replacement projects in buildings listed on the national register of historic places throughout the entire country.
As we approach the coldest months of the year, it’s important to know how you can help keep your home or building the warmest it can be without taking a beating from your bank account. Cold and hot air can enter your home through multiple different ways and your windows are one of the most prevalent areas.