Passive Heating And Cooling Strategy — Could It Help Your Utility Costs?

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Have you ever heard of the passive heating and cooling strategy? Basically, passive heating and cooling is a conjunction of windows, ventilation, sun, windows, and shade to help control the temperature inside your home—all of these elements can work together to naturally maintain a greater level of comfort in the home. Here, you'll learn a little more about this strategy. What are the benefits of passive heating and cooling? The main benefit of utilizing this strategy is that you will enjoy energy savings on both your heating and cooling bills.

24 October 2018

4 Ways To Deal With Interior Condensation On Your Windows

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Condensation on your windows can be annoying and can make it hard to look out and enjoy the view of your window. Luckily, there are various steps you can take to reduce the condensation on the inside of your windows. #1. Turn Down Your Humidifier The first thing you need to do is turn down your humidifier if you are running one in your home. A humidifier adds moisture to the air, so if you have too much moisture in your home, you are going to end up with condensation on your windows.

28 September 2018

Why A Homeowner Should Use Roller Shades

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A house that has a lot of windows in every room is like a dream, especially when there is a nice view to the outside. No matter how nice the windows are, hanging up the wrong type of coverings can interfere with the advantages they have to offer. If you want to enjoy the benefits of your amazing view, it is ideal to use roller shades. You will be amazed at the difference it makes to use roller shades rather than the typical blinds that homeowners use.

22 August 2018

Why Window Tints?

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Window tints aren't just for automobile glass. A professional window tint, when properly applied, can be a game changer on your residential or commercial fixtures. Often, homeowners mistakenly think that window insulation and efficiency just comes down to the thickness of the sash, the design of the panes, the material, or the weatherstripping. While all of these factors are obviously significant when it comes to heat transfer, solar efficiency, and heat loss, the tint of your glass is also a major issue.

18 July 2018

Three Reasons You Should Not Install Windows Yourself

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The Internet has made it easier than ever to figure out how to do your own home repair projects. You can watch videos or read guides to help you determine how to complete many tasks on your own. However, while there are likely online guides and tutorials, window installation is a project that the average homeowner should not take on themselves. If you are thinking about installing windows yourself, here are three reasons you should leave this task to the professionals.

14 June 2018

Three Signs Your Wood Windows Need To Be Replaced

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Many older homes and even some newer abodes have wood windows. The wooden frames may be attractive when new, but they can become a problem as time goes by. If you aren't sure whether or not to upgrade from wood to vinyl or aluminum, then continue reading. The following are three signs that it is time to get replacement windows in lieu of those old wood frames. #1: Rot Wood will rot if it is exposed to moisture.

10 May 2018

It's All In The Treatment: How To Care For Your Roman Shades

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If you've chosen roman shades for your new home, you've made an excellent choice. Roman shades provide complete coverage of your windows when they're closed. However, when they're open, they don't leave any unsightly bumps or bulges. Another benefit of roman shades is that they're relatively easy to maintain. If you've selected fabric for your roman shades, here are three simple steps you should take to keep them looking brand new.

28 March 2018