3 Window Treatment Solutions To Reduce Heat Gain, Glare And Save Your Energy

During the summer months, you may want your home to be more protected from heat gain to ensure that you do not have extra costs to cool your home. Some window treatments can be used to provide shade and reduce heat gain. They can also help to reduce problems with glare in areas like home offices or living rooms. If you want to have better windows, here are some window treatments that will help provide your home with relief from summer heat: Read More 

Tips To Make Your Glass Door Slide More Easily

A sliding glass door can be one of the most used doors in a home, especially if you enjoy entertaining on a back patio or have children that play outside. The large doors are a convenience that allow in much-needed light, but they can sometimes be a pain. Often, they are difficult to slide as they either stick or bump along the track. The following tips can help you avoid this problem or fix it if it is already occurring. Read More 

Common Questions Those Installing Replacement Windows May Need Answered

Replacing your windows is one of the more important tasks that you can do to improve the comfort and energy efficiency of your home. However, this is an upgrade that many homeowners may not have done before. As a result, they may lack the experience necessary to make sound choices during this process. Once you have answers to a few frequently asked questions about replacement windows, you will find yourself in a stronger position to know what to expect from this upgrade. Read More 

Are You Aware Of How Double- And Single-Hung Windows Are Different?

When it comes to making upgrades to your home, you can't go wrong with installing brand new windows. This is because they are going to be much more energy efficient than the old windows on your home and update the aesthetics by making it look stylish. You'll start seeing immediate benefits with this home improvement. Part of the upgrade process will involve selecting the best type of window for your home, with double- and single-hung windows being the two most common types. Read More 

5 Ways To Help Your Old Windows Be More Efficient

Winter is right around the corner, and if you live in a northern climate, you know how the howling winds can create cold drafts in your house. If you have old and rickety windows, it can be even worse. According to the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) believes over $35 billion of energy is lost through windows. Here's five ways you can batten down the hatches without buying new windows and still keep Old Man Winter out of your home. Read More