Archive for the ‘Window Replacement’ Category

Your ‘Window of Time’ is Closing on Stress-Free Window Replacement

September 16, 2011 in Window Replacement

If you’ve got windows in your home, I have news for you: now may be your last chance to book a headache-free upgrade. As fall and winter creep upon us, it becomes increasingly difficult to arrange a stress-free window... read full post →

Which are the Best Energy-Efficient Replacement Windows for Your Buck?

August 02, 2011 in Window Replacement

Energy-efficient replacement windows have a ton of benefits. Not only do they look better than old, outdated ones, but they insulate against extreme outside temperatures and moisture, save you major cash on utility costs (15-20% annually,... read full post →

Older Windows May as Well Be “Heating the Great Outdoors”

July 28, 2011 in Window Replacement

To Washington state’s Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, there’s a fine line between maintaining the character of the state’s historic homes and adhering to energy efficiency guidelines. Should the owners of... read full post →

Get the Country-Style Look for Your Replacement Windows

June 10, 2011 in Window Replacement

Country-style homes are laid back, relaxing and simple. They pay homage to times gone by while leaving plenty of open space for the future. Today I’d like to share some photos that highlight the sweet simplicity of country-style... read full post →

Replacement Windows in Boston: Which Types are Best for Your Home?

May 18, 2011 in Window Replacement

If you live in Boston, Massachusetts, you’re well aware that extreme temperatures drive up your energy bills. Old, drafty windows simply cannot keep the cold out, and the same holds true in blazing summer heat. So which types... read full post →
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