Entries by Tod & Todd

Curling Shingles: What Does It Mean for Your Roof?

You’re looking at your roof, and suddenly you notice that some of the shingles aren’t flat—in fact, they’re curling up at the edges. So, what do curling shingles mean for your roof? Unfortunately, curling roof shingles are a sign that you may need to consider a roof replacement in many cases. Here’s what you should […]

How Long Do Windows Last?

Lately, we’ve heard from many homebuyers who are surprised that their builder-installed windows are starting to have issues early on. Some homes are less than a decade old! So one of the most common questions we get is how long do windows last? Well, with Weather Tight, our answer is a lifetime. Our windows are […]

The Advantages of Full Frame Window Replacement

Are you thinking about window replacement? Maybe you’d like more light in that back bedroom, or you’ve converted a home office and the windows no longer fit the bill. If you’re considering window replacement, full-frame window replacement offers some unique advantages compared to traditional installation. It’s important to consider both options and explore the benefits […]

The Weather Tight Process: What to Expect from Our Visit

So you’re considering Weather Tight for your next home improvement project. We might be a tad biased, but we sincerely believe that you are making a great choice! We value each of our customers greatly, and we work hard to ensure you are satisfied with the entire experience. Being Employee Owned, it is important that […]

Let Us Help You Match Replacement Window Trim to Your Home

If you’re considering replacement windows, you probably have a lot on your mind—the size, the shape, the features, and more. It’s also important to consider how to match windows to the interior trim of your home. Replacement window trim is a great way to update the look of your home’s interior. If you’re only replacing […]

Now is the Time to Tackle Home Improvements

Most of us are more than ready to say goodbye to 2020. Although it was a year like no other, we’ve all learned a lot—like how to spend an epic amount of time at home. While you’ve been working (and eating, and entertaining yourself) from home, chances are you’ve noticed a few house updates you’d […]

Window Seal Failure is More Common than You Think

For a window to work properly, it should have a tight seal. The window should easily open and close. When shut, there shouldn’t be air seeping through, but homeowners are often surprised to learn that window seal failure is all too common. In Wisconsin, getting out the tape and plastic is a needless, but “time-honored […]