How Are Windows Replaced in a Brick House?

How Are Windows Replace in a Brick House
While replacing windows on a home with a brick exterior may seem like a daunting endeavor, the truth is that window replacement for brick homes is actually not any more or less difficult than any other style of home. The key to a flawless installation on a brick house – or any other type of house – is correct measurement from the beginning of the...

Are Vinyl Windows Energy Efficient?

Are Vinyl Windows Energy Efficient
Many of the vinyl replacement windows on today’s market are energy efficient. Equipped with features such as low-emissivity-coated glass, foam-enhanced frames, and warm edge spacers, modern vinyl windows are designed to reduce energy transfer and limit the impact of light penetration. This allows HVAC systems to more easily regulate indoor temperatures throughout the year, especially in areas with drastic climate fluctuations between the seasons. The...

How Do You Figure Out How Much Insulation You Need?

How Do You Figure Out How Much Insulation You Need
Insulation helps to keep homes cooler during the dog days of summer and warmer during the frigid depths of winter. In other words, it lessens the burden on your HVAC system and reduces reliance on heating systems, which in turn boosts energy efficiency and may yield savings on monthly energy bills. In order to maximize these benefits, almost all parts of the home need to...

What is the Best R-Value for Insulation?

What Is the Best R-Value for Insulation
Finding the right insulation for your home can be confusing, and you may have several questions. What is R-value? How much of an impact does it have on my home’s overall energy efficiency? How do I get the most out of my insulation while also staying on budget? These are all valuable and important questions to ask, and thankfully, the answers to these questions make...

Are Gutter Guards and Gutter Screens the Same?

Are Gutter Guards and Gutter Screens the Same
Essentially, gutter guards and gutter screens perform the same function – they prevent leaves, twigs, and other airborne debris from entering gutter systems, thus preventing clogs and subsequent overflow damage. While their purpose may be the same, both types of gutter protection systems have unique pros and cons. For example, guards expel debris and shed it away from the gutter system and the home. Gutter...
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