One of the most sought-after qualities in replacement windows is energy efficiency. In today’s post, we explain how gas fills are used to boost the energy efficiency of windows.
A window installation job can be just as stressful as it is exciting. There are many factors you need to take into consideration before signing on the dotted line with your contractor. Getting the benefit of an initial consultation with a professional can iron out a lot of the details of the project; however, some questions might be left unanswered. Typically, it’s these questions that can cause delays in your timeline and stretch out a simple window replacement for longer than necessary.
A window replacement project involves more than simply removing old windows and installing new ones. It’s also a good opportunity to improve your home’s energy efficiency and upgrade your curb appeal at the same time. With so much at stake, it’s important to take on this job armed with the right information.
When choosing replacement windows for contemporary homes, bay windows are perhaps not the first style that comes to mind. Usually associated with traditionally inspired homes, bay windows are rarely considered for the simple and minimalist design most modern-style homes have. However, recent upgrades have given this classic style a much-needed facelift.