Window glass that absorbs and transfers heat quite fast can cause problems for any home. Fortunately, there’s good news for homeowners in the form of low-emissivity (low-e) glass. In this blog post, we show you how windows with low-e glass help keep your home’s energy efficiency at optimum levels.
Many people wonder if they should tackle window replacement during the colder seasons. On one hand, it’s advantageous; it helps you stay warm throughout chilly months and makes scheduling a breeze since contractors become less busy heading into winter. On the other, a home exterior project can be messy and provide discomfort.
Before vinyl became the most used material in window production, there was wood. Its stock may have gone down over the decades, but its mainstream status remains solid to this day. Although lumber isn’t invulnerable to the elements, it accomplishes its roles in any space it serves.
In your home, you will find that your windows are exposed to the sun for the entire day. The problem is this exposure can cause temperature changes inside the home.
Before you buy replacement windows, read through your contract carefully, especially the terms of the warranty. It should be standard practice whenever you’re purchasing a good or service, but some people still forget to do so.