Replacing Your Windows With Efficient Varieties

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Replacing Your Windows With Efficient Varieties

If you have a cramped budget, small changes can make a huge difference. A few years ago, I realized that my windows seemed drafty, so I invested a little money into extra insulation and some window films. The insulation helped to keep climate controlled air from escaping through windowpanes, and the window films kept ultra violet light from heating up the inside of my house. This blog is all about replacing your windows with more efficient varieties, so that you don't have to worry about exorbitant energy bills. Check out these articles to learn how a few simple changes could improve your home.


Retain The Shine Of Your New Windows: 3 Ways To Keep Hard Water Spots Away

13 October 2015
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Your new windows look beautiful. They have a brilliant shine and there isn't one hard water stain on them. Unfortunately, your sprinklers constantly hit the outside of your windows, which means it's just a matter of time before those stains appear. If you've adjusted your sprinklers as much as you can and you still get the hard water stains, you need some new techniques in your cleaning repertoire. Here are three simple methods that will get rid of the stains and keep your new windows sparkling. Read More …

The Pros and Cons of Some Popular Residential Siding Choices

12 October 2015
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The addition of siding can help spruce up your home's appearance. When selecting the new siding for your home, one of the things you will discover is that you have several choices for material. Each material has its pros and cons. To help with your selection process, here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of different siding materials.  Wood Siding One of the benefits of wood siding is that it has a natural look. Read More …

How Proper Window And Door Installation Can Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

9 October 2015
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Adding new doors and windows to your home increases its overall value and improves function and appearance. While these may be the main reasons why you've decided to replace your outdated pieces, there is something else to consider as well—energy efficiency. Most new doors and windows are likely more energy efficient than the ones you have, especially if your windows and doors are over 15 years old. But there are specialized energy saving models that are even more eco-friendly. Read More …

4 Tips For Lowering Your Heating Bill This Winter

8 October 2015
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Winter is right around the corner, and the high heating bills are right behind it. Keeping a house comfortable during the frigid winter months can be quite expensive, especially if you live in a climate that has experienced extremely cold temperatures. Making a few changes now can save you a lot of money on your heating bill this winter and for many years to come. Use the following tips to make your home more energy efficient in the winter months: Read More …

Three Ways To Prepare Your Home For Window Replacement

6 October 2015
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As a homeowner, an important part of maintaining your home is having necessary repairs and upgrades performed as needed. While important, this can also be a stressful experience. This is especially the case when it comes to having the windows in your home replaced. How well you prepare for this repair will have a significant effect on how stressful your experience is. Here are some tips to get you started. Read More …