Back when we didn’t know better – when electricity prices were also way more affordable – energy efficiency wasn’t much of an issue. Today, though, with higher electricity rates and a heightened awareness of the rapid depletion of the planet’s natural resources, homeowners are much more energy conscious.
When choosing the perfect window for your home, you’ll also need to consider functionality and not just design. Even if a window has an attractive design, if it doesn’t have the ability to function the way you need or expect it to, this would certainly affect other factors in the home, such as ventilation, heating and energy efficiency.
“I’d love to live in an ugly house,” said no homeowner ever. Let’s be honest: homeowners take great pride in their property – and why not? A home is seen by many as a reflection of themselves, and so naturally one cannot help but be gratified to have their home be admired and envied by others. A beautiful home is not just a source of pride, but is often a… Continue Reading
A window seat is a great way to make the most out of your new replacement windows. Apart from functioning as a window, it also physically extends the floor space of your interior by providing a seating or lounge area. Seamless Exterior, Inc. offers tips when creating a window seat.
Spring is here again, which means it’s time to do some home cleaning and maintenance. On top of the usual vacuuming, dusting, and decluttering tasks, don’t forget to include your windows in your spring maintenance list. Having well-maintained windows can save you from untimely repair costs. As a leading windows company in the area, let Seamless Exterior share with you what you should do for proper window maintenance.