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Examining Your Bay Window Options

November 11th, 2013

Adding bay windows can add light to a room, increase the overall size of the room, and create a new space in which you and your guests can relax. Bay windows differ widely in their design, size, and features. If you are considering adding bay windows to your home, read this article to get a… Read more »

Getting Your Home Ready for Winter

October 25th, 2013
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Before winter brings cooler temperatures and higher energy bills, make sure your home is airtight and energy efficient. Improperly sealed windows and doors can add up to 15 percent to your heating bill this winter. One of the best ways to prevent this is to check doors and windows for leaks, and use caulk and… Read more »

The Difference Between Bay and Bow Windows

October 17th, 2013

While windows are often very subtle, they also have the potential to transform a room. Not only that, but windows are essential for letting the right amount of natural light into a room while providing insulation. If you are considering bay or bow windows for your home in the Orlando area, read this article for… Read more »

The Top Reasons to Replace Your Windows

October 4th, 2013
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Though it may be hard to believe, everything in your home must be replaced. Some parts of your home may not need to be replaced in your lifetime, but your windows certainly will. Instead of seeing replacing your windows as a hassle, you should consider it to be an opportunity to improve your home and… Read more »

How to Clean Your Windows with Vinegar and Water

October 1st, 2013

As many homeowners know, cleaning the windows can be a frustrating enterprise. You might spend five or more dollars on window washing liquid at the supermarket, only to be left with unsightly streaks on your windows. This local news segment discusses how to save money by creating a homemade window washing liquid. All you need… Read more »

A Look at the Window World 2500 Series Windows

September 15th, 2013

Like any other homeowner, you look through your windows all the time—but how often do you look at your windows? If you look at your windows and discover that you’re displeased with your frame or sashes, you might consider a new, sophisticated replacement. When it comes to replacements, our 2500 Series windows are among the… Read more »

Preventing Air Leaks in Your Bay Windows

September 9th, 2013

Windows are essentially holes in your home, and unless they’re properly installed, they may leak over time. Bay windows with air leaks don’t just allow uncomfortable drafts to permeate your home; they can also force your indoor climate control to work harder and increase your monthly energy costs. To make your home more energy efficient… Read more »

Watch: Measuring the Efficiency of Your Windows

August 29th, 2013

There are plenty of energy-efficient renovations that can make your home look great and reduce long-term energy costs, but it only makes sense to invest in the areas you’ll receive the greatest return on. This brief video guide provides a brief explanation of how energy-efficient windows can help you save money. The solar heat gain… Read more »

A Look at Custom-Made Window World Bay and Bow Windows

August 18th, 2013

Installing a bay or bow window can change the architecture of your living space dramatically. Their unique dimensions make every installation one-of-a-kind, but it also means that only an experienced window contractor can provide you with the results you want at a competitive cost. Below is a look at some of the major features in… Read more »

Understanding Tax Credits for Your New Windows

August 11th, 2013

One of the simplest and cost-effective methods to make your home more energy-efficient is by simply replacing your old vinyl windows. Additionally, available federal tax credits can help you offset the costs of window replacements and enjoy great savings one your energy bill. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2010 has been retroactively extended… Read more »

Saving Energy Costs with Double Pane Windows This Summer

July 30th, 2013

When it comes to saving energy during the summer, the focus usually lies on air conditioner efficiency. While maintaining your air conditioner is certainly important, there are other factors that can affect energy consumption and costs. For example, as sunlight enters your home through your windows, the temperature of your home increases, forcing your air… Read more »

Signs It’s Time To Have Your Windows Replaced

July 10th, 2013

Neglecting to replace old windows can have a serious impact on your home’s energy efficiency. Looking out for signs that your windows are beyond repair can help you determine the right time to invest in replacements. One of the most obvious signs that your windows need to be replaced is if you feel a draft… Read more »