Remember the first time you saw your house before you bought it? Peering through the windows of that sought after property, you had that comfortable feeling of home. Maybe it was love at first sight. As the years have gone by, the older your home has gotten, that feeling of love may have dwindled. Take […]
Did you make any personal resolutions at the beginning of the month? How are those going? If you’re like many people, the pressures of daily life have already pushed your well-intentioned goals to the back burner. That’s ok. You have another 11 months to make good on your resolutions and maybe even to add a […]
We’ve been having some beautiful fall weather here in Boise, but it’s going to be freezing before you know it. The first thing many people notice when the weather gets colder is a general draftiness around the house. We like to remind our customers that their homes don’t have to get colder when the weather gets […]
Winter is in full-swing with below-freezing temperatures at night that are likely to keep your family huddle indoors. Add wind to the mix and you will probably start to notice how well (or poorly) the windows work around your house. Over time, window seals, sashes and frames age and become less efficient at keeping cold air out in the […]
Are the windows on your home costing you money? If they are 15 years or older or in a state of disrepair, your energy bills are probably much higher than they would be with new, energy-efficient windows. Does the cost of new replacement windows outweigh the savings? The answer to that question is different for […]
Your windows work hard to protect your home from rain, cold, heat and other outdoor elements, all the time letting fresh-air to enter on comfortable days. However, over time, the life of your home’s windows diminishes and frames and seals may start letting in air and water. Window technology has advanced in recent years, making newer […]
It sounds odd, but the best time to replace your home’s windows is now. That doesn’t mean when this article was written (April, 2015), but when you read it, no matter what time of year. That’s because upgrading the windows in your home is a great way to improve energy efficiency and comfort. So every […]
Rather than having another summer with inefficient windows that keep your house hot and let the air conditioning escape, why not consider replacing them? New replacement windows not only improve the efficiency of your home, but they also increase its value and curb appeal.