Many people love spring more than any other season, and for a host of different reasons. As a homeowner, you probably see spring as the best time for general house cleaning and organizing. NJ.com columnist Ann Brasco recently shared a few of her favorite spring cleaning tips. Below is a particularly useful one for windows:
Use your newspapers to clean windows. Do this only after reading the parenting section of The Newark Star Ledger thoroughly. Newspapers leave less lint. Coffee filters are great on mirror and windows too because they don’t streak.
Giving your windows some TLC is a great way to welcome spring right into your living spaces. If they need repairs after the harshness of the past winter, now would be a good time to get them done. But if the condition of your windows proves to be beyond the power of cleaning and minor repairs, it might be time for you to consider enlisting the help of an Ocean County NJ window replacement specialist like All County Exteriors. As a home improvement contractor that has been trusted by New Jersey locals for over 30 years, All County Exteriors is more than capable of finding the right solutions for your window woes. They recommend Okna Windows, a line of durable, energy-efficient, and beautifully crafted windows.
The company is certified to install the full line of Okna Windows and can offer clients the benefits of Okna’s industry-leading warranties. Before they received certification, their specialists had to undergo extensive factory training, which is your assurance of their topnotch installation service. Okna’s most sought-after product lines include:
- Insul-Tec: offers the strength and durability of vinyl, but with the look and feel of wood.
- Precision Weld: offers an excellent combination of style and energy efficiency.
- Enviro-Star: a high-end product that provides unbeatable energy efficiency.
To learn more about your options for Ocean County NJ windows, give All County Exteriors a call now. Their representatives will be happy to assist you with your questions and concerns.
(Article Excerpt from “12 spring cleaning tips to save your sanity: One mom spills her secrets”, www.NJ.com, March 20, 2014)