Does Your New Home Need Replacement Windows?

If you have an older home, it makes sense that you’ll need to replace your windows eventually. The technology to make a super durable, long lasting window, like AHT Wisconsin Windows, has only been around for a couple of decades. Wooden windows don’t last forever, and they’re bound to warp, crack, or rot sooner or […]

Choosing the Right Door

As I mentioned last week, the front door is one of the most important pieces influencing your home’s curb appeal. Today, I want to expand on that idea to help you pick a front door. There are a handful of different things you’ll want to consider before purchasing a replacement door, or even when updating […]

Maintaining Your Wooden Windows; Consider Upgrading

  For centuries, wood was the only material we had to make window frames. It wasn’t until after World War II that manufacturers began experimenting with the use of vinyl to make frames, and decades later before vinyl window frames became popular in new home construction. AHT uses composite window frames made of Expanded Polymer […]

Sandy Window Repairs Underway

    The devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy is not fully evaluated yet one day after the superstorm made landfall in New Jersey. The massive weather system continues to bring high winds to the Northeast and leaves millions in the dark for an undetermined amount of time. Even once the power is restored to homes […]

Share a Testimonial with AHT Wisconsin Windows

  It’s been a pleasure to serve Wisconsin homeowners for years and to hear the praise they’ve shared with us in person and in writing. Now we invite you to do the same regarding any AHT Wisconsin Windows experienced you’ve had in the last 12 months. The new testimonials we receive this summer will join […]

A Sure Thing in Baseball and at Home

    On April 4, a sports columnist gave Ryan Braun a 90 percent chance of becoming an All-Star. Even winning the league’s MVP Award last season wasn’t enough to earn him a guaranteed spot in the Midsummer Classic’s lineup when the season opened. But three months later, he will be starting for the National […]

A Champion among Us

It’s a good month for Jonothon VanDam. On the first day of July, this 23 year-old from Kalamazoo, Michigan won the 2012 B.A.S.S Master Green Bay Challenge. If you missed the news, his final-day catch totaled 23 pounds, 4 ounces to bring his overall amount to 79 pounds, 2 ounces.     In case you […]

Staying Cool despite a Steamy Time in Wisconsin

“Is it hot enough for you?” It’s likely you heard someone ask that question at least once in June. After the warmest spring on record in Green Bay, that city and other locales in the state have been dealing with plenty of heat this month. Finding ways to stay cool, if only briefly, has been […]

Avoiding Summer Accidents in Wisconsin

Summer is definitely a season where we’re on the go a whole lot more. We may be fishing one moment, swimming with the kids another, and still making time to have friends over to share a backyard meal or two. The period from now to Labor Day seems to fly by, if we’re not careful. […]

Wisconsin’s Four Seasons in One Month

  It won’t snow in June. We promise. Sure, we’re not meteorologists but we can guarantee it won’t snow in Green Bay, Madison, Oshkosh or anywhere else we serve our customers. But the start of summer can coincide with the feeling of other seasons as well. While southern states are getting hotter, northern states like […]