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What’s The Right Way To Clean Window Glass?

Glass-Rite in Albuquerque offers many different types of energy efficient insulated glass window units, and the same basic cleaning method can be used for all of them. Below are our recommendations for cleaning house windows: To Wash the Glass: Use our Super No-streak Glass-Rite cleaner available in our showroom! You can also use a pre-mixed

Glass-Rite; a local window replacement expert

Glass-Rite is an Albuquerque New Mexico-based business that knows the challenges of the area, and therefore; we focus our window manufacturing process appropriate to the climate.  With extremely cold nights, exceptionally hot days, and strong New Mexico winds, the weather can be wildly diverse, and it’s important to select a partner whose windows can stand

Does Low-E glass affect houseplants?

Many of our customers here in the Albuquerque and Santa Fe area ask us if the growth of plants inside the home will be affected by new windows with Low-E glass (low thermal emissivity glass).  In this article, we will explain factors vital for plant growth and the impact of low-E glass for this growth.

What are the different window style options?

When choosing windows for your home you will have to consider what style of window will work best in the opening. Whether you’re getting energy efficient vinyl windows, energy efficient aluminum windows or wood windows there are some basic rules for style. An opening that is wider than it is tall: If the space for

How to select a Window Contractor

There are different things to consider when researching and selecting a window contractor for an upcoming window replacement project and below is a list of our recommendations. Finding a good window contractor- A qualified window contractor will more than likely have a yellow pages advertisement or a website.  So, start by conducting a web search, which is

What are Low-E windows, and why buy them?

The question we always get about Low-E windows is whether or not they’re really energy efficient windows.  In short, Low-E means low emissivity, or more precisely, low thermal emissivity.  So yes, Low-E windows are energy efficient because any material that reflects, absorbs, and emits radiant energy is going to save energy. In terms of window