At Clevernest, we like to consider ourselves not only experts in the Window and Door business, but also the Realtor’s friend. (Our Owner Tom McHaffie was a successful Realtor with FC Tucker in the late 80’s). There is nothing like having something show up on an inspection report, like a bad window, to throw a […]
While many companies specialize in window replacement services, only a few offer a full frame window installation. As such, many of these companies won’t bring it up as an option, so it’s important that homeowners do their research to determine what is right for their home. What is a full frame replacement, what other options […]
When it’s time to replace the windows in your home, there are many factors to consider. In addition to selecting the design, replacing your windows gives you the opportunity to make your home as energy efficient as possible. By selecting windows made of materials that are proven to keep your home sealed, what might be […]
Investing in a new exterior door may or may not be a project on the top of your to-do list. For some homeowners, it can be easy to put it off. However, the end result of a door replacement is something that can completely transform the curb appeal of your home and improve the functionality […]
We all know that choosing windows for your home can be a big decision. From materials to sizing, there is a lot to consider when it comes to your taste and specific needs. One detail that may get overlooked is window hardware. Putting thought into details such as sash lifts, latches, and locks can add […]
Window frames come in a number of materials, but do you know which one to choose? Whether you’re looking for new or replacement windows, check out this list of common window materials along with their pros and cons to find out which one is best for you. Wood or Wood/Clad With a warm and classic […]
The entry door to your home is one of the main things that creates the first impression to visitors, so you want it to look good. A solid wood door used to be the norm for homes, but now there are many different types of materials that you can choose from.
Most homeowners only have to buy new windows a few times in their lives. Because of this, they’re not experts in the area. If you know you need new windows and feel a little left in the dark, don’t worry. You’re not alone. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about buying new windows
Is the only thing you don’t love about your historic home its windows? Many old homes have outdated and inefficient single-pane wood-frame windows. While they may offer a certain aesthetic charm, you’ll be a lot more comfortable in your home with modern windows.
Replacing the windows in your home is a big and often costly job. The size of the job and the cost associated with it will vary from home to home. Regardless of your home’s individual needs, there are some things every homeowner should know before moving forward and purchasing new windows. Here are five important […]