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Thermal bridging is defined as heat moving toward an object that is more conductive compared to others around it, with the conductive material creating a path of least resistance for heat. This is a problem that you shouldn't ignore. Why It’s a Problem Heat will always move toward th...

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There’s no avoiding storms, and they can be quite damaging so it’s not unusual for homeowners to worry about storm damage. Homes are made to last, but sometimes, bad weather can get the best of them, and, given they are prominent exterior components,  windows  are usually the first to exhibit signs...

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The winter season can be brutal for any home. Not only can the strong winds that accompany it blow your shingles off your roofing system, but the cold weather can also freeze your windows as well and make it impossible to open them. This is something that you need to prevent as it can be a safety ha...

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As the days become colder, it’s time to make some changes to better prepare your home. Here's how to prepare your home for the colder months. Optimize Your Outdoor Spaces for Lounging Cooler outdoor temperatures will make you want to lounge outside. This makes the fall season a great tim...

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Windows matter a lot, not just in terms of curb appeal, but also because of energy efficiency. They may be thinner and more fragile than walls, but they can stop drafts and keep indoor temperatures at comfortable levels all year round. However, the fact that they have numerous potential points of fa...

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The cost of replacing your windows can get overwhelming. Fortunately, there are ways you can save money on the products themselves. Here are some tips you should consider before replacing your windows. When to Replace Windows There are benefits to purchasing windows off-season. Contracto...

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You shouldn't ignore your front door. It is an integral component of your home’s exterior and one of the first things people see when they walk into your home. Together with the siding and the roof, it helps make a big impact on your home’s beauty and curb appeal. Illinois Energy Windows...

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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) released a survey in February detailing a list of features home buyers consider when making their purchase decisions. Out of 175 home features, energy-efficient windows ranked the second-most desirable, which corresponded to 89% of the home buyers who...

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When the moisture suspended in warm air comes in contact with a cold surface, the water vapor condenses back into its liquid state. This is why a cold glass of water left under the sun appears to “sweat”. Condensation happens whenever there’s a difference in temperature between two objects. With win...

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Vinyl windows are one of the classic window types seen in most American homes and remain one of the popular choices to this day. This is because, despite their low cost, vinyl windows can still do the job that windows with a significant price tag can do. However, like every addition or replacement t...

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