Watch this video to see how we improved the curb appeal of this house by building a wood arbor over the entry door and reduced the energy costs by installing new vinyl replacement windows and shutters.
Summer is right around the corner, with plenty of warm weather and sunshine on the way. But along with the welcome change in the weather are harmful UV rays that can damage outdoor wood surfaces and blistering heat that can run your utility bills through the roof. Read on for three ways to save energy and protect your home this summer.
Insulating your windows keeps both heat and cold out, while holding conditioned air in. And if your windows are old and drafty, you’ll need to do your utmost to keep them sealed both summer and winter. Read on to find out how.
If you have an older home with single pane glass windows, replacing the existing sash with insulated glass sash replacement kits can improve energy efficiency and lower maintenance in your home. Watch this video to find out more.
Watch this video to see how these homeowners lowered their heating and cooling bills by replacing the drafty, old windows and doors in their home with energy efficient, double pane, insulated windows and doors.