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One our most popular types of windows are block windows. Homeowners have them professionally installed to limit visibility from the outside looking in. We use block windows in a wide range of applications. Below is a brief description of how manufacturers engineer block windows and what options are available to you.
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It’s difficult to go through a three-month period, without finding a new article on the benefits of installing brand new windows in your home. There’s a reason for this. Windows are a top investment that pays dividends when you go to sell your house. According to the latest CNBC report, the average ROI for replacement windows is 85% with an average house resale bump of $8500. Now you know the rest of the story.
Which way a door swings in your house isn’t the most important issue you’ll have to address when building or renovating your home. If you don’t think through the direction of the door swing in-house, however, it could come back to haunt you in ways unforeseen. We typically utilize industry standard practices when we install your doors. Regardless of standard methods, we have to reconsider our approach depending on your home’s floor plan. We cover all the possible doors in your house below and the common factors that determine which way the door will swing.
When we talk about energy efficient windows, homeowners automatically think that we’re referring to double to triple pane windows. It’s logical to believe that an additional pane would reduce the amount of air, heat, or cold air invading the home. But does it? Below, we take a look at double or triple windows and whether or not their an energy efficient solution for your home.
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