Utah Energy Star Windows

You might see the Energy Star insignia along the aisles at Home Depot or proudly displayed on the sidebar of an online retailer and wonder “What exactly does that mean? Does it matter? Do I have to care?” It’s always a good idea to do a little more research about the labels and classifications on…

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New Windows For A Utah Winter

Usually when you think about remodelling or upgrading parts of your home, winter is the season in which you are LEAST likely to undertake such a project. It’s cold, blustery, and unpredictable. You don’t want to be dealing with indoor/outdoor repairs, storing materials, and the headache that often comes with working on a house –…

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Reduce Condensation With Triple Pane Windows

Triple pane windows are one of the only ways to reduce interior condensation on your windows during cold weather, when windows often fog up or leave drops of water on the surface. By having three panes of glass between the inside and outside, triple pane windows are warmer on the inside, which discourages signs of…

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Evaluate Your Vinyl Siding Before Winter

Before winter sets in, evaluating your vinyl siding and other elements of the exterior of your home can prevent costly problems. Despite the idyllic views you see on holiday cards, ice and snow can be the enemies of your home in the winter. When they melt, water can find its way into your home through…

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New Construction or Replacement Windows?

When remodeling your house, do you need new construction windows or replacement windows? Replacement windows are ready to pop into your existing frame, but at times, you may need the more extensive solution available with new construction windows. Differentiating Between New Construction and Replacement Windows The construction windows used for new homes, as well as…

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What Material Makes The Best Window Frames?

When choosing window frames for your new windows, you have many options that will fit your budget and the style of your home, be easy to maintain, and provide you with the energy efficiency you need. Any of the most popular materials, which include fiberglass, vinyl, aluminum, or composite, can meet Energy Star certification, so…

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