An Introduction to Home Roofing

3 Window Improvements That Save Your Windows And Add Energy Efficiency To Your Home

If you want to add energy efficiency to your home, the windows can be a great place to start with improvements. Some of these renovations can be costly, but there are also some affordable options to make your windows more energy efficient. Instead of replacing all the windows in your home, you may want to consider alternative improvements like glass replacement, films and window treatments. Here are some of the affordable options that you may want to consider to make your windows more energy efficient:  

1. Adding Window Films To Save Custom Glass

If you want your windows to be more energy efficient, sometimes things like custom glass can be a problem. If you want to keep custom glass but you are still looking for energy efficient options for improvements, you may want to consider having films installed. This is a lot like the auto glass tint you have on your car and can help reduce heat gain and loss to make your windows more energy efficient. It can also help in areas of your home with direct sunlight and problems with glare.   

2. Replacing Glass To Make Existing Window More Efficient

Replacing the glass of old windows is another improvement that you may want to consider for your home. This can be done to old standard windows that have single-pane glass. You can have them replaced with new double-paned materials that can help to add energy efficient to your home. This is a great improvement for homes that have really thin glass in windows, which can sometimes contribute to drafts and heat loss problems during cold weather.

3. Adding Window Features Like Awnings To Save Energy

There are also some features that you may want to consider adding to the windows to make them more energy efficient. Things like awnings and shutters can help protect your home from weather and give you better energy efficient. Adding shutters can also give your home more security. In addition, you may want to consider some improvements like adding window treatments, which can help add insulation to windows that do not have new glass or window films.

These are some of the affordable options that you may want to consider to add energy efficiency to the windows in your home. If you are ready to start doing energy efficient improvements to your home, contact a glass replacement service (such as Jesse's Tri-City Glass & Mirror Inc) and talk with them about some of these solutions.  

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An Introduction to Home Roofing

It is important to keep a roof over the head's of your family members. If your roof leaks though, then your family isn't very well protected. In fact, a simple leak can be incredibly dangerous. Electrical issues, hazardous mold, and rotten roof beams can all be caused by a leak. If you leave the leak for too long, then snow and ice can even cause your roof to collapse. A roof in a state of disrepair won't protect you very well from falling tree limbs either. As the son of a roofer, I have heard many stories about roof damage. Surprisingly, most homeowners had no idea there was a problem. Learn what you can now from my blogs about potential roofing concerns and when you should invest in an inspection. I have provided you with information that even outlines the benefits of different roofing materials, if you want a change.