eclectic living room design by los angeles interior designer Elizabeth Gordon
If your home’s heating isn’t running as efficiently as you'd like it to this winter, then you might consider window replacement. Inefficient windows can leak a huge percentage of heat from your home—as much as 30%—and cost you a lot of money every month.
Not to mention that new windows revolutionize your home from its interior as well as exterior—making them a big contender on your block when it comes time to sell. ...read full post →
If you’re looking for replacement windows, you may be looking at spending anywhere from a few hundred to $20,000 on the project.
Now, this is an incredible investment for the life and aesthetics of your home. It not only improves your curb appeal and sell-ability--it reduces your energy bill by hundreds of dollars annually. But you want to be smart when laying out that kind of cash. ...read full post →
An all-over exterior home makeover can seem daunting. There are many elements to consider, and there’s the inevitable cost that might have you hesitating.
Hesitate no more. According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2010-2011 Cost Vs. Value Report, homeowners who replace windows, siding and roofing can expect as much as 70% return on their investment. ...read full post →
You want to upgrade the windows on your home before the long stretch of intense weather hits, but you don’t know what type to choose. Good news. We have some answers for you. And bravo to you for getting started on an important home improvement project: window replacement. ...read full post →
If you are a returning visitor to CalFinder, you’ll know that we’ve been talking lately about replacement windows, and how to get you rebates for energy-saving installations. Especially as the winter season and harsher weather approaches, we suggest that now is the time to get to those leaky windows before your heating bill spins out of control.
One major reason for getting to your window replacements now is that you can take advantage of rebates for new windows—and you want to nab those savings before they disappear, which they will. ...read full post →