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Maybe you vowed to go to the gym every day after work, or finally check off the items on your home improvement to-do list this year. The start of a new year is an ideal time to make goals, and most of us go into the year with the best of intentions – but then life happens. That’s where Wells Custom can come in and rescue your goals for giving your home a new look and improved energy efficiency with new windows!
Over time various features of a home especially in areas that experience a lot of foot traffic or usage is likely to experience wear and tear at a faster pace than other areas of the home.
Nothing makes your home feel a little newer than a little home improvement. Whether it is something small or something big, home improvements can make that old house feel new and exciting.
Summer is a tough time and very difficult to cope up with, without a good air conditioning system. It may cost a lot to run an AC all the time to keep the interior cool. So, how can you save some money by replacing your windows? It is very difficult to save money if you have got windows which are old and airy. These drafty windows can cause so much energy loss and it will increase during the summer.
As 2016 becomes one for the history books, many of us will look up from our busy life in complete surprise. It’s over already? How did that happen? It is amazing how quickly a year can go leaving so many things unfinished.
Patio doors from Renewal by Andersen provide your home with multiple benefits that include beautiful craftsmanship, energy efficiency, durability and security.
There are different types of replacement windows these days. Each option offers some pros and cons. Indeed, each of them offers a different type of functionality. But if you want modern replacement windows that offer more choices in terms of opening and closing, consider opting for tilt and turn windows.
Proper window and door installation is an important part of homebuilding and remodeling. While purchasing the most expensive windows and doors on the market may seem like a good way to increase home value and save on energy costs, poorly installed products may end up costing more in the long run.