Windows that Enhance Your Homes Look

When it comes to choosing new windows for your home, you can feel overwhelmed with how many options are available.  At NuSash we know that you simply want windows that will not only save costs, but are also beautiful. We know that you want windows that enhance your homes look. Here are 2 options for enhancing your home and your windows.   First let’s think about the setting. It’s a… continue reading

Why You Should Consider Installing Casement Windows

When it’s time to replace windows in your home inspirations can be really helpful. Casement Windows are a great option for homeowners looking to replace their windows. In this post, we will discuss  why you should consider installing casement windows. First, Casement windows offer minimal cleaning which is perfect for homeowners. When you own a home there is always something to fix, clean, and or buy. In fact, you can… continue reading

5 Signs Your Patio Doors Are Due for Replacement

1. Drafty Doors Drafts coming from your French Patio Doors indicate the doors are due for replacement. This is a result of the door sealing shrinking or cracking as it ages; in fact, you can tell how old your doors are if you check the quality of the sealing. By replacing drafty doors, you boost your home’s energy efficiency, saving you money on energy bills. 2. Squeaking Hinges One of the… continue reading

5 Step Checklist Before Replacing Windows

For over 75 years NuSash has been servicing the Indy area with Quality Replacement Windows. When it comes to updating your windows or replacing old windows, NuSash knows it can be challenging. In this post we will talk about the 5 Step Checklist before Replacing Windows. Read the label Do your Home work There are many great online resources for reviews and comparisons of many window companies. After reviewing this information… continue reading

Why you have Window Condensation

Window condensation happens when cold and hot temperatures come together in an environment. For instance, if it is cold outside, but inside your home is warm; then condensation will begin to form on your windows. This is common for windows located in areas where temperatures increase. Bathrooms and kitchens are common places for condensation. In this article we will explain why you have window condensation and what you can do… continue reading