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Protecting Your Windows

Window repair companies are busier than usually as of late

Posted: Feb. 15, 2019 6:48 PM
Updated: Feb. 15, 2019 6:48 PM

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companies busier than usual... as they receive calls for cracked or broken windows. kimt news 3's isabella basco takes a look at what you can do to protect a vital part of your home. on the scene ryan sommerfeld works with larson siding and windows... if you're looking to protect your windows from the brutally bitter temps... he says pay close attention to detail. "the biggest thing to do in the winter time is to just make sure your windows are shut, make sure everything is clean, closed and wellá ventilated." if you happen to notice moisutre, mold or mildew in the window sills á he offers some tips. ? "if people have frost or moisture on their windows in the winter time the biggest thing to do is to make sure you have your blinds open or curtains open or get a fan running that way it gets air to your window." summerfeld also says to make sure you use energyá efficient windows so heat doesn't leave it mmaking sure it's a story we first
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