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What's best material for the window frames in my house in West Seattle? Vinyl, aluminum or wood?
By BettyLoucal Aug 23, 2017

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What's best material for the window frames in my house in West Seattle? Vinyl, aluminum or wood?

A lot depends on where exactly your house is. Are you directly on the waterfront? If so, I’ll tell you that many people avoid wood frame windows if their house is subjected to a lot of salty seawater in the winter breezes that blow off the ocean.


What effect do drapes have on the new, replaced aluminum windows in my West Seattle home?
By BettyLoucal Aug 10, 2017

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What effect do drapes have on the new, replaced aluminum windows in my West Seattle home?

Drapes will have no effect on a new window other than the possibility that extremely heavy drapes can interfere with the infrastructure above a window. For example, suppose you nailed or screwed to the wall above the window, the support rail for your drapes.


How does seawater affect my new windows in my West Seattle home?
By BettyLoucal Jul 30, 2017

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How does seawater affect my new windows in my West Seattle home?

A lot depends on the material you used – or plan to use – on your new windows.


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Everlast Window and Door is a Seattle-based company specializing in residential and commercial window installation. Everlast is a certified Milgard dealer, (including the Essence line,) PSE Tier-1 Provider, EPA Lead-Safe Certified, member of the MBA, as well as an accredited business with the BBB.

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