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Windows & the Value of Your Home Whether you’re looking to sell your house or you just want to keep it in good shape, you may be wondering how to increase your home’s value. After all, for most Americans, their home is their biggest asset. Smart homeowners see their property not only as a place...

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Windows & Interior Temperature On average, 20% of a  wall's surface area  in your home is made up of windows. In the wintertime, they expel more heat, and in the summer, they gain heat. In fact, windows distribute more heat than any of the other surfaces in your home. It may not seem obvious a...

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How to Choose Your Room's Window Design Are your windows tired and drab-looking? Have they been leaking moisture or letting unwanted cold or warm air in the house? What are your windows doing for the style of your home? Do they fit with your home's personality and decor? If you're considering wind...

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New Windows & Energy Efficiency In the U.S., the average home used over  10,000 kilowatt-hours  every year. With energy costs always increasing, homeowners are always looking for ways to save energy. That's where new windows come in. You might not realize it, but some of your windows are likel...

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When Do You Need New Windows? What New Windows Should You Choose? Sometimes it's obvious that your windows need replacing - like when a baseball flies in from the front yard. But other times it's more subtle - like when you can't seem to keep your house heated because of drafty old windows. Whatev...

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Does Your Home Ever Get Window Condensation? There are plenty of situations where condensation is a good thing, like when it builds as cool droplets on your summer lemonade, or as the mist you draw in on winter car windows. But if there’s one thing you don’t want to see, it’s stubborn condensation...

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Do the windows in your home affect energy efficiency? Many households will make changes this winter to avoid a spike in their electric bill, as saving money is becoming more and more necessary. Homeowners usually turn up the heat on their thermostat to fend off the cold (and vice versa during th...

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Buyer’s Guide for Home Replacement Windows Weather can be furious and formidable in any season. Concerns like saving money on heating and cooling or even just being more environmentally conscious are becoming more prudent.  If your home is old or poorly insulated, it may be time to inspect your...

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Tax Credits Available for Replacement Windows Deciding to replace the windows in your home can take significant consideration. It’s not an insignificant investment, especially considering the prices for material and labor. Luckily, upgrading your previous windows to a more energy-efficient option...

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