When you’re looking for a new window replacement, you might be a bit overwhelmed by the number of options available to you. You could go for a wood window if you want to keep it traditional, but then there are other options like composite and fiberglass. So, which material should you choose?
Homeowners are constantly looking for ways to make their homes more energy-efficient in an attempt to lower their energy bills every month. This can be accomplished in a number of ways, such as a roof or siding replacement project. Replacing your old fiberglass window is another good way to do this and when it comes to picking a replacement, Soft-Lite windows might be the best choice for you, here’s why:
Whether you’re having a double-hung or a wood window installed in your home, you can pretty much expect that you’ll be left to deal with a huge mess due to the debris and sawdust. However, just because you can expect it, it doesn’t mean you have to suffer through it. In fact, there are a few ways that can help you avoid dealing with too big a mess caused by a window replacement project. In this post, Skyline Windows discusses the various methods of containing the mess that window replacement projects cause in your home. Tarps Before you hire a contractor, ask them if they can help you minimize the mess the project will cause by laying traps both inside and outside of the home. The tarp on the inside can catch any dust and the tarp on the outside allows them to drop the debris there without ruining your landscaping. Apart from that, if […]
South-facing windows are popular due to their ability to help homeowners reduce their heating and cooling costs by 85%. This is all thanks to your home’s passive solar design. Some homeowners, however, think that this only works during one season. This isn’t actually the case as you can actually make the most of your south-facing windows during both the winter and summer.
These days, homeowners gravitate toward modern, energy-efficient products that suit their needs, and windows and doors are no exception. Vinyl-framed windows are the best ones available in the market for clients who want to boost their homes’ energy efficiency and curb appeal as well. But what do you really know about vinyl windows?