The cooler weather is here and Connecticut homeowners are looking for ways to keep winterize their homes, stop drafts, and save money on heating.
Your choice of kitchen windows can improve factors such as ventilation, natural light, and the overall ambience of your kitchen. There are three window types to consider…
Basement hopper windows – small, rectangular windows that may not inspire awe in the same way that large bay window, but extremely functional for basements…read more
Going green is good for the environment, saves money on utilities, & energy efficient home improvements are great for resale – very appealing to homebuyers. read more
Looking to replace windows in your home? Not sure which type of replacement windows you need? …more on different types of replacement windows
Three home improvements that will boost energy efficiency in your home. …continue
If you are considering replacement windows for your home, here are a few benefits and drawbacks associated with bay windows, to help inform your decision and determine whether bay windows are a good fit for your home. …continue
Many older homes in Connecticut are quite drafty. Besides being uncomfortable, the loss of heat can be very expensive. Find out about insulation and other ways to insulate your home.