Bolger Design + Remodeling

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My wife and I are extremely satisfied with the quality of the Thompson Creek windows and the installation by TC employees. We had our entire front side of our home's windows replaced and they look fantastic. Even more valuable, we're already seeing benefits in energy efficiency, by eliminating gaps... more

I have a screened in porch that I wish I used more. I was thinking about glassing it in and was wondering what my best option would be?
Jan 8, 2015
There are a few options, depending on the use of the intended space. You can glass the space in to create a four season sunroom. This will insulate the room but can also be costly. There is another ma ... read more
Last edited Apr 29, 2015 5:24pm
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
Mar 5, 2014
Hey Jerrod,  When installing replacement windows, the existing window frame remains and the replacement window is installed inside the existing frame.  This causes the glass area to shrink slightly to ... read more

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