Window Contractors Saco ME

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Home Again By Hancock Lumber
207-627-7676 x2054
140 Maine Mall Road
South Portland, ME
Replacement and New Construction windows and Installation
Monday - Friday 9:00am -6:00pm Saturday: 10:00am -4:00pm Sunday: Noon -4:00pm
Window & Door Dealer Showroom of the Year Award 2010
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JCPenney Custom Decorating
(800) 510-2298

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Bucky's Auto Glass
(207) 797-2025
61 Rainmaker Dr
Portland, ME
Carr Kevin
(207) 878-3626
25 W Pleasant St B
Portland, ME
Applicators Sales & Service Inc
(207) 797-7553
400 Warren Ave
Portland, ME
Atlantic Window Washing
(207) 985-8322
1269 Portland Road
Arundel, ME
Window Cleaning, Window Cleaning Services, Window Washing, Window Cleaner, Window Service

Portland Glass
(207) 775-4191
832 Congress St
Portland, ME
Adams Auto Glass
(207) 797-6656
380 Warren Ave Ste 8
Portland, ME
(207) 774-6201
203 Read St
Portland, ME
Bryony Brett Stained Glass
(207) 774-1870
34 Hersey St
Portland, ME
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What is a Storm Window?

Many homes benefit from the addition of storm windows ,

both in terms of weather protection and energy savings. A storm window is a second window designed to be installed externally or internally in the same frame as a primary window. A storm window protects the primary window from damage caused by wind, moisture or debris during inclement weather.

A storm window can be constructed from a number of materials, from a basic sheet plastic to polycarbonate to tempered glass.  Storm windows can be as simple as sheets of reinforced plastic stapled over an existing window for a single season or almost as elaborate as the primary window they protect.  The frames for storm windows can be made from plastic, vinyl, wood or metal , and should be available in the same standard sizes as the primary windows.

Installing a storm window involves measuring the area within the existing window frame and finding a precise match at the glass store or home improvement center.   Some people who live in smaller apartments or houses with few windows or upper floors may want to install interior storm windows, which provide protection if the primary window becomes damaged or broken. 

Maintenance of an indoor storm window may be easier than having to climb a ladder to install or clean exterior storm windows.  Those with numerous windows and no upper floors may want to consider exterior storm windows for maximum protection against the elements.


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