R-Value, Insulating Windows & Other Tips for Warm Homes in Winter

Many homeowners around the country have experienced sticker shock after receiving a few heating bills for the winter of 2021-2022. Although the natural gas can’t be controlled, there are several available steps to better insulate homes. Not only will these steps result in lower heating costs, but inhabitants will feel more comfortable as well. Why

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Spring Home Improvement Tips

Spring is now in full effect, and hopefully that means you have been taking care of a bit of Spring Cleaning. Taking care of all the little tasks put off during the cold months can be a bit of a pain, but it also give you an opportunity to take stock in the condition of

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Spring Season Home Improvement Tips

H&R Block has a great campaign going for this year’s tax season, with a tag line that reads, “Get your billion back America”. While you may not have a tax refund this year, you can still recoup some of your losses by ensuring that your windows are energy-efficient. Each year, local utility agencies embark upon

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Economical Solutions To Seal Drafty Windows

According to this article, http://www.dailyfinance.com/2013/02/07/frugal-fixes-for-drafty-windows-savings-experiment/, experts offer some economical solutions to keep heat from escaping your home. Drafty windows can allow heat to escape from your home as much as 25%, this loss can considerably raise the cost of your heating bill. One low-cost solutions is installing energy-efficient curtains. Energy-efficient curtains can reportedly reduce heat

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In a recent article from the San Jose Mercury News, http://www.mercurynews.com/los-gatos/ci_25128176/exterior-projects-rated-most-valuable-home-improvements, realtors rated what they considered as the most valuable home improvement exterior projects. In the 2014 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report, homeowners who make improvements to the exterior of their home, such as doors, house painting and window replacement, can gain back as much

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Energy Saving Tips For Your Windows

Reducing energy consumption in your lifestyle as well as in your home can have a major impact on the health of the environment such as cleaner air, reducing greenhouse gas and climate change. Homeowners and property owners can find way to save energy and reduce cost by following these easy and simple tips from energystar.gov.

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ENERGY STAR Qualified Windows

ENERGY STAR qualified windows provide a variety of benefits that many homeowners may not be aware of. Aside from helping homeowners reduce cost on utility bills, ENERGY STAR qualified windows protects furnishings and finishes from sun damage allowing homeowners to enjoy the light and views. As well, because ENERGY STAR qualified windows are energy-efficient, they

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