A new energy tax credit can save homeowners up to $1500 on replacement windows. Here's a guide selecting energy efficient windows—and getting money from the government.
Homeowners can select from either the easy link or comprehensive tool to get an approximate cost. Please note that all costs are approximate, include installation charges and are based on an average price derived from three vendors. Homeowners should check with local distributors for more information.
Skylights and roof windows can provide interior building spaces with the warmth and brightness of natural daylight. Their ability to enhance almost any interior has made them increasingly popular. However, installing a trouble-free, energy-efficient skylight can be very difficult. In order to gain the maximum benefit from a skylight, it is important to understand designs, materials, positioning, and proper installation.
Easy installation and no-cost lighting makes tubular skylights an easy alternative to traditional roof windows.
The window material you select will not only mirror your tastes but determine how energy-efficient your windows will be and how hard they will be to maintain.
Shutters bring beauty and functionality to a home. Selecting operable shutters that enhance a home's exterior and protect its interior is a smart investment.
You can tell a lot about windows just by looking at them. But if you rely on your eyes alone, you'll miss an invisible but important energy-saving feature, the low-e coating.
The doors and windows that are right for you will depend on the climate you live in and the design of your house.
The first step to buying the right window is understanding how to read the label.