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The Benefits of Replacing Drafty Windows

Maintain Your Comfort Zone

When a leaky window allows the outside air to push into the inside of the house, the result is not very pleasant for the homeowner. Rooms with drafty windows prevent an air conditioner or furnace from maintaining a comfortable temperature throughout the year and can cause energy bills to be much higher. The home’s heating and cooling equipment must work much harder than it would in a weather-tight home.

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How to Choose Replacement Windows for Your Home

Secure windows and doors help prevent break-ins and robberies. Windows that don't shut properly or aren't sound in structure won't provide much security for you and your family when it comes to burglars intent on breaking into your home.

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Get Efficient with Ultrex Windows

Your home’s energy efficiency matters. When it comes to awesome installations, we believe Ultrex windows pack a punch. Ultrex is eight times stronger than vinyl. It’s also three times stronger than wood-vinyl composites. Whether you live in a hot or cold climate, swapping your current window setup for an all-Ultrex design can protect your home. Plus, it’ll boost your household’s energy efficiency.

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The Amazing Benefits of EMCO Steel Siding

If you’re considering a siding replacement, EMCO steel is a fantastic option. EMCO steel siding is one of the toughest, most adaptable siding choices available, providing a slew of benefits for homeowners.

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Five Questions to Ask Your Siding Contractor

If you’re revitalizing your home with new siding, there are a few things you should know. Particularly, we feel homeowners deserve the “up and up” about what’s about to go down, contractor-wise. The siding installation, removal and repair process is a long one. If you’ve hired a contractor to work on your home’s siding, don’t forget to ask these five questions.

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Energy Efficiency First: Picking the Most Economical Front Door

Whether you’re replacing an old entryway door or simply have a new home, you should install an addition based on cost efficiency. Exterior doors are the gateways to your home. They’re also locations of energy loss. Fortunately, you can secure your home’s energy efficiency by choosing the right windows and doors. Where your front door is considered, we feel these tips can help you stay as energy efficient as possible.

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Are Fiberglass Windows More Economical?

You’ve probably heard it before: Fiberglass windows are well-regarded for their energy efficiency. When it comes to selecting the best options your window contractors can offer, it’s a good idea to keep your bank account in mind. Aside from vinyl windows, fiberglass windows offer some of the most cost-saving benefits around.

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Fiberglass, Wood, and Vinyl Windows: What's The Difference?

Shopping for new windows for your home can be an experience that is far from simple and straightforward. These days, you can find a variety of styles and color options to suit your home's decor and architectural style, as well as your budget and desires. Regardless of which style and color you choose, though, you'll also have to decide between wood, vinyl and fiberglass windows. Here are some things to keep in mind.

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Window Replacements for Season Changes

Seasons change the weather outside of your home, and they change your home as well. The materials used on your home’s exterior may contract and expand around your windows, creating the need for a replacement. Here are some of the most important things for you to consider when replacing windows because of seasonal changes:

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What Kind of Windows Should I Choose for My Property?

Your windows are a long term investment that you should take time to consider. Here are the basics about the most popular window types so that you can make a fully informed decision about your next purchase.

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