A modern Low-E storm window uses high performance weather stripping to create a tight seal and a layer of insulating airspace between itself and your existing window. They can be installed to either the interior or exterior of your primary window. Low-E storm windows also come with a transparent low-emissivity (low-E) coating that acts as a heat mirror, which keeps the heat outside in the summertime and inside in the wintertime.
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Autumn is one of our favorite seasons! With cooler temps and nature's kaleidoscope of colors on full display, we rounded up our favorite trends of the season. From your front door to your back porch, and everywhere in between, we have the inspiration you need for Fall.
It's officially the hottest part of the summer - and we're celebrating the panting, tailwagging, sunglass-wearing, boat-riding, poolside-sitting, hammock-enjoying dog days of summer! We want to see how you and your four-legged friend are dealing with the heat!
It's almost time to go back to school! That only means one thing - first day of school photos!!!
Have you added a four-legged family member to your pack after installing your existing LARSON storm door?
Maybe you recently moved to a new home with an existing LARSON storm door that lets in light, but not the dog.
Did you know, you may be able to upgrade your storm door to accommodate your pets?
Our glass inserts are easy to order and to install. Plus, they give your dog or cat the freedom to come and go throughout the day.
Did you know?
Homes with a black or charcoal gray front door sell for $6,271 more than expected, the highest sales premium of all the room and color combinations analyzed.
More pets get lost on July 4th than any other day of the year. Nationwide, July 5th is the busiest day at animal shelters.