No, condensation on windows is not the fault of the window. However, by replacing drafty windows and doors, or installing a new roof or siding, you are reducing air flow in your home and making it tighter. Tighter homes actually retain more humidity. To reduce condensation, humidity must be controlled and air movement must be generated. As the exterior temperature …Read More
We Are the Only Showroom With All 21 ProVia Entry Door Glass Designs on Display!
We’re excited to share that we recently installed a new feature in our Energy Swing Design Center showroom located on Golden Mile Highway in Monroeville. With this unique Glass Wall, we are now the ONLY showroom in the Pittsburgh region with ALL 21 ProVia entry door glass designs on display! Here, customers can see different glass textures, privacy levels …Read More
Drew Barto Named to Professional Remodeler Magazine’s Forty Under 40 List
Energy Swing’s Director of Marketing, Drew Barto, has been named to Professional Remodeler Magazine’s Forty Under 40 List. This list celebrates remodeling’s young leaders with inspirational, humorous & transformative stories from their journeys to success. Drew has been with Energy Swing Windows since 2009. His primary responsibilities are to make Pittsburgh-area homeowners aware of the benefits of investing in products …Read More
Energy Swing Windows Receives the BBB Torch Award for Business Ethics for an Unprecedented Fourth Time
Monroeville, PA – January 2021 Energy Swing Windows has been presented with the prestigious Better Business Bureau 2020 Torch Award for Business Ethics. Energy Swing was singled out for this honor from the Better Business Bureau’s more than 3,200 member companies in 28 Western PA counties. They are the only company to win this award four consecutive times – in 2008, …Read More
ESW/TBF Participates in Duquesne University School of Business Project
We were asked by the faculty of the Duquesne University Palumbo-Donahue School of Business if we would be interested in having their senior class perform a semester-long evaluation of our Total Basement Finishing product line. President Steve Rennekamp gave an overview presentation to the students where he detailed our culture and 20-year business philosophy of always striving to do the …Read More
Typical Salesmen vs. A Consultant That Cares
While looking to replace windows or doors in your home, you’re likely to run into several people that just want you to sign a check. Most salesmen only get paid when they convince you to buy something from them, meaning they’ll do and say just about anything to make a sale. At Energy Swing Windows, we don’t conduct our …Read More
What are the Pros and Cons of Wood Windows?
What are the Pros and Cons of Wood Windows? Wood is one of the most beautiful and aesthetic surfaces for windows, and that is why these windows are so popular. However, when left to the elements, wood will degrade and begin to rot. Quality wood replacement windows can also be expensive, especially with the upkeep required. Wood is a good …Read More
Do I Need to Maintain My New Wood Windows?
Do I Need to Maintain My New Wood Windows? New wood windows will probably require some maintenance over their lifetime. For the least maintenance, select windows with aluminum or vinyl cladding on the exterior. Since aluminum cladding is painted, a large array of standard and customized colors are available. However, you need to be sure that the integrity of …Read More
How Should I Care For the Different Types of Glass Used in Today’s Windows?
How Should I Care For the Different Types of Glass Used in Today’s Windows? Glass care today is more important than ever. Insulating low-e, or heat reflective glass requires proper maintenance to ensure their complete effectiveness. Clean glass with a mixture of mild dish soap and water. Rinse completely with clear water, then wipe dry with a soft …Read More
How Do I Evaluate a Window and Door Contractor?
How Do I Evaluate a Window and Door Contractor? Since a knowledgeable contractor will be able to guide you through all the planning stages of the project, finding a capable contractor should be your first order of business. It will save you both time and money. Word of mouth is also a good way to unearth an outstanding company. …Read More