Tag Archive: return on investement

Does Your House Need Replacement Windows?

August 12, 2013 Leave your thoughts

Many people today don’t seem to be tuned in to how much windows have an effect on their heating and cooling bills. Over time, the windows have passed through many modifications, so any windows that were installed in homes before 1990 will more than likely need an upgrade. There are a few things to think about when your windows need an upgrade. Here are Five reasons mentioned below. Cracks, are no laughing matter:  It does not matter whether the cracks are within the frame or the glass. Either way, cracks allow a large quantity of hot and cold air to...

View Article

A Window Film retrofit can be a cost effective solution to save energy

May 29, 2013 Leave your thoughts

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) – a non-profit group – released a report that establishes window films are the most cost effective retrofit to save energy and reduce carbon footprint for consumers. This report was written for consumers in California, but it is applicable to our customer’s here in North Texas. The study was conducted by ConSol, which is based in California. For the purpose of the study, the firm compared the installation of window films on existing buildings with other energy saving measures such as installing new HVAC units, which save energy, caulking and air sealing and R-38...

View Article