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Articles in Window & Door Replacement
Total number of blog post(s): 33
Window replacement may not be the most glamorous home improvement project you can undertake, but the return on your investment is nothing to sneeze at—in most cases, you’ll see a return of almost 80 percent. If you’re concerned that new windows won’t give your ...
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New windows are almost always a great investment, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the options available on today’s market. Balancing curb appeal, energy efficiency, and your budget is no small feat! In this article, you’ll learn how a window works as well as ...
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If you’re considering making some updates to boost your home’s curb appeal, don’t forget about your front door. Now, if you’re thinking, “A door is a door! Aren’t they all more or less the same?” let me convince you otherwise. All doors are not equal. And the wrong door can ...
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Depending on how your house is oriented on your property, you may have a room or two—or an entire side of the house—that gets a little too much morning or afternoon sun. In some cases, there’s an easy fix: hang some blinds or attractive curtains and call it a day ...
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Windows can make or break a home’s thermal performance and energy efficiency. Windows with the wrong type of glass will cause rooms to overheat in summer, and in winter, those windows will leak heat like a sieve. This can drive up your heating and cooling ...
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Purchasing energy-efficient windows and doors for your home will aid in reducing your energy bill and increasing the comfort of your home. While you may have already decided to buy energy-efficient windows and doors, you still have to decide which ones are best ...
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Several months ago, I moved into an old brick high-rise in the middle of Atlanta. I fell in love with the apartment for its large windows that look out at the Midtown skyline and flood the living room with natural light. However, like any structure built in the ‘60s, it’s ...
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If you’re plugged into the ongoing conversation about ways to increase energy efficiency at home (or if you’re building a green home), you’re probably familiar with the many products on the market designed to make your house friendlier to the environment: Tankless ...
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You can visualize your front door lock, right? What about the locks on your windows? The truth is, we usually take the time to make sure we lock our doors and turn off our lights at night and when we leave the house, but we often neglect our windows and ...
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You may not want to think about it, but when you’re at home, your front door is all that separates you and your family from the outside world. And if you’ve ever experienced a break-in, you know how tenuous that barrier can feel. When my home was broken into, I ...
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