Installing the Best Windows for Your Home

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Installing the Best Windows for Your Home

Your home is one of the greatest assets you can own or pass down to your children. One of the things I previously spent less on was my home's windows. But after losing money to unbelievably high winter and summer utility bills every year, I realized that I needed to buy better products for my home. I decided to install energy-efficient windows throughout my house. Now, my family spends the money we save on things we love to do instead of on high utility costs. If you want to learn about energy-efficient windows and how to search for the best products, read my blog. I'll show you how to get the most out of your hard-earned money.

How to Check for and Repair Energy Loss in Your Home

As your home's doors and windows age, it can be helpful to complete an energy audit inside your home to find and remedy any new energy leaks. When you seal up your doors, windows and other areas in your home against energy leaks, you can save up to ten percent on your home's energy bill. And in the winter when you want to keep the warmth inside your home, this will help make your home more comfortable for you and your family. Read More 

How To Repair A Stuck Wooden Double Hung Window

If you have an older home with traditional wooden windows, then you may love the look and feel of the wooden frames. However, wooden windows will likely give you some problems over time. If the windows are original to your home, then it may be time to invest in replacements. If your windows are between 25 and 30 years old, then you are getting close to the 30 year lifespan of the windows. Read More 

3 Ways Your Old Windows Are Costing You Money

Have you been thinking about replacing your windows but you're not sure if you can afford the extra expense right now? You may be failing to take into account how much your old windows are costing you. It's easy to think that installing new windows is the only expense, but the fact is that, if your windows are old, they're probably costing you money in several different ways. Replacing them could turn out to be the more cost-effective option. Read More 

Home Improvement Projects To Keep Your Home Safe From Wildfires

In 2013, the number of homes in areas prone to wildfires in the western United States increased 62% from the previous year. Even more astounding is that out of the 17 million homes built between 1990 and 2008, 10 million of them were built in areas that are considered higher wildfire-risk zones. If you own a home in an area that is prone to wildfires, you may want to consider protecting your home with several improvements. Read More