Category: Windows

Replace Windows to Conserve Energy 0

Replace Windows to Conserve Energy

Windows let the sunshine in, but in many cases, they also let the heat in (or out, in the winter). According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heat transfer through windows can account for...

The Benefits of Window Replacement 0

The Benefits of Window Replacement

According to the National Association of Realtors, window replacements are among the home improvements offering the biggest return on investment. In fact, homeowners can generally expect to retrieve at least 70-80 percent of their...

Save Money and Energy with New Tax Credits 0

Save Money and Energy with New Tax Credits

Consumer Tax Incentives: Insulation, Windows, Sealing What is the tax credit for existing homes? Existing homes are eligible for a series of efficiency measures. For some measures, such as insulation, a taxpayer can take...

Replacing Old Windows 0

Replacing Old Windows

Whether replacing windows in an older house or choosing windows for a new house, your decisions on what type of windows to buy will be among the most important decisions you will make in...

How To Fix Air Leaks in Your Home 0

How To Fix Air Leaks in Your Home

Having a 1/16-inch unsealed crack around a window is like leaving that window open 3 inches. Decrease your heating bill and your energy use by sealing up air leaks. [youtube KRfxfRFLc8Q]

Take Your Pick: Choosing a Window 0

Take Your Pick: Choosing a Window

Wood – Attractive and thermally efficient, but needs regular maintenance and is prone to decay. Clad (either vinyl or aluminum) – Most of the advantages of wood, but with lower maintenance. Color choices are...