It was quite a storm that hit Northfield on Thursday.Â I have talked to several people trying to clean up and sort out damage reports. My car is out of commission until I can get the windows replaced, hopefully Monday.Â In the meantime, I did some searching to see what information might be helpful to others.Â Here is a link to a resource page I put together: Click here
Hurricanes can produce extremely dangerous winds. A Category 5 storm can generate wind speeds of over 200 miles per hour. While steady wind may be unlikely to shatter a window, sudden, sharp gusts can add immense pressure to windows and doors and can break them. Storm windows can reduce the air leakage and improve the insulating value of existing windows. The interior part of the window/storm window pair, on the other hand, should be airtight.
Windows and doors make up a large percentage of any interior decoration scheme, yet many people overlook their importance and utility. Windows and doors can be used to provide ventilation and to control the temperature in your home, for example. However, most buyers fail to realise the value of their windows and doors. Windows and doors are often overlooked in comparison with other features of a property that need to be optimised for sales purposes. As a result, they can look outdated and neglected in comparison to the rest of your home. In order to get the best value for your money and to keep your property looking good for all your customers, there are five simple tips that should be considered when you look for windows and doors for sale.
Here’s a link to a story on RENew Northfield’s website about “Turning Lemons into Lemon ade.” That is what do with your totalled vehicle.Â