Blog Category: Industry Trends

Keep Your Home Temperatures Constant with Insulated Vinyl Siding

Insulated Vinyl Siding Cleveland Have you been considering replacing the siding on your Cleveland home? Whether you’re looking to increase the curb appeal of your home, increase your energy efficiency, or simply update worn-down siding, there are some great new options on the market for innovative exterior siding. At Window World of Cleveland we now… Read more »


Read This Before You Call a Replacement Window Company

Let’s face it. Researching, getting quotes, and installing replacement windows can a daunting experience—right up there with having teeth pulled. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are seven steps to follow to help make the process of getting new replacement windows a bearable—maybe even a fun—experience. Get referrals. Some of the best… Read more »


It’s In The Glass

Foam filled frame or insulated glass? That’s a common question today, as foam filled frames flood the replacement window market. While foam in the frame looks cool, and may set one window apart from another, they alone won’t make a significant difference in the overall performance of a window. If you’re looking to improve the… Read more »


Cost vs. Value is Up on Windows

If you’re still on the fence about investing on new replacement windows for your home, here’s another reason why you can’t go wrong with your decision. Remodeler’s Magazine 2013 Cost vs. Value Report indicates that you’ll recoup 71.2% of the cost of new vinyl replacement windows at the time of resale – up 6.1% over… Read more »


What is the Good Houskeeping Seal?

Good Housekeeping made its debut on May 2, 1885. One of several popular women’s magazines founded in the 1880s and 1890s, Good Housekeeping provided information about running a home, a broad range of literary offerings, and opportunities for reader input. Now, 128 years later, Good Housekeeping estimates that 21 million people read each issue, and… Read more »


The Paint, Repair and Renovation Rule

A new law from the Environmental Protection Agency requires all contractors that work on homes built before 1978 to use specific “lead safe practices” and reporting procedures. Called the Paint, Repair and Renovation Rule, the law puts strict requirements on installation of windows and doors. What does this mean to you, the homeowner? The Rule… Read more »