Categories for Residential Glass Replacement

Five Signs it’s Time for a Home Window Replacement in Alaska

August 15, 2015

Knowing when it’s time to replace the windows in your home isn’t always as clear as one may think. It can be a tough decision deciding whether to replace them or not. If your home is more than 12-15 years old, it’s definitely a good time to walk through the home and inspect them to make sure they are still functioning as they should be. Just like anything in a home—refrigerator, washing machine, HVAC system—over time, your windows and doors need to be updated and replaced in order to keep the home in good working order. To help you come... View Article

All About Low-E Glass

August 1, 2015

Natural light is something that every homeowner wants. The more sun you have penetrating the home through large windows and open skylights, the more open and airy the room can feel! It’s amazing how having that natural light can transform the feeling of a room and make it that much more beautiful. Sunlight not only makes the room look beautiful, it can also make your wallet happy. Allowing extra sunlight into your home can help offset some of your daytime energy costs; however, if you have large windows that allow extra light in, you’re also opening yourself and your home... View Article

How Residential Glass Replacement in Alaska can Save You Money

June 1, 2015

Windows in rooms can give you more natural light and, in most parts of Alaska, great views. Whether you have a glass window, door or skylight, these areas of the house control the flow of heat in and out of your house. An exceptional amount of controlled air temperature loss occurs in homes with these types of glass items; sometimes, the air that can escape equals the size of one open window. Therefore, the owners end up paying extra to heat and cool their homes throughout the year, which amounts to a huge utility bill. Spending upfront for residential glass... View Article

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