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Series 130 Extended Travel Block & Tackle Window Balance

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Series 130 Extended Travel Block & Tackle Window Balance
The Series 130 extended travel block and tackle window balance is somewhat less common balance than our Series 400 block and tackle balance. These balances may look similar, but there are some key differences that make it so these balances are not interchangeable. Continue reading to learn how to identify your balance.

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Window Parts Identification

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Window Parts Identification

Here at Window Hardware Direct, we understand how difficult it can be to find the correct replacement window parts for your home or business. That's why we're here to help! With a catalog of over 30,000 SKUs and a team of window repair experts, we're sure to find the replacement commercial or home window part you need!

Don't forget to check out our collection of pivot barspivot lock shoeswindow balancessash cams, or any of our other replacement window parts!

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Spiral Window Balances Overview

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Spiral Window Balances Overview
Spiral window balances are one of the most common balance systems. Spiral window balances aid in opening windows, as well as holding windows open by utilizing a spiral-shaped rod within a tube. Continue reading to learn more about spiral window balances.

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How to Rescreen a Screen Door or Window Using a Screen Repair Kit

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How to Rescreen a Screen Door or Window Using a Screen Repair Kit
Our screen repair kit includes 36" x 84" charcoal fiberglass mesh, 25ft of 0.140" screen spline (one of the most common splines), and a spline tool. This repair kit is easy to install and is perfect for DIY screen repair projects.

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Maintaining Energy Efficient Windows

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Maintaining Energy Efficient Windows
Maintaining an energy-efficient home or business is a key way to help the planet while also helping your wallet, and windows are often a source of inefficiency. Continue reading to learn more about how you can increase the energy efficiency of your windows, reduce your impact on the environment, and save money at the same time. It's a win-win!

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