As a homeowner, renovations are either necessary or required depending on your home’s condition and your individual tastes and preferences. A common home renovation many homeowners decide to take on is to replace their windows. Windows not only contribute to aesthetics, but they’re responsible for keeping the elements out and the air in.
As essential as they are, windows can be a source of bug infestations in the greater San Antonio area. They live and thrive in the Hill Country. Even though it might seem as if there’s plenty of food and water outdoors, they’ll likely find your home even more hospitable, given half a chance.
Leaking windows are a definite nuisance to any homeowner. Windows of any type are designed to be water-resistant, not waterproof, even if they are installed one hundred percent correctly. If you are lucky, leaking windows will cause only minor damage that can be repaired.
Windows are the primary way heat enters your home. Just like how magnifying glasses can burn objects in the bright sun, windows, if in the wrong light (literally) can bring unnecessary heat to the home you’re trying to cool. With these few tips, you can keep your house cooler by blocking heat from your windows.
Whether you live in an older home with outdated windows or you’re simply interested in making your house more efficient during the coldest months of the year, window replacement can offer large benefits in the long-run.
Over time, mold, mildew, dirt, dust, algae, and many more particles can build up on your house’s siding. Here’s how to get it off.
Summer is a time to enjoy time out with families, and not worrying about the energy bill. Find out how you can keep your vacation money high and your bill money low.