Winter in Connecticut can be long and brutal. You spend a good amount of time indoors, looking out the window and enjoying the fact that you’re warm and inside. However, all that staring out the window has made you realize just how old and drafty those windows really are. Maybe it’s time to give Clinton Glass a call to get a free quote on replacement windows.
When you sit down to do your budget, you hate designating so much money toward utilities. You have about a thousand other ways you’d rather spend your money—and we don’t blame you. If you’re looking for ways to increase your home’s energy efficiency (and therefore decrease your utility bills), consider these few tips from our team at Clinton Glass.
Whether you’re new to the area or are deciding to put down roots, we’re so glad you’ve decide to make Connecticut your home. Buying a new house (whether it’s completely new or new to you) is exciting, and you want your new place to be just perfect. However, if you’re purchasing an older home, it may come with a bit of a to-do list. If one of those items on your list is new windows, Clinton Glass can help you out.
Home remodeling isn’t cheap, and you want to use your remodeling budget wisely. But how do you decide between functional fixes (like window replacement) and design upgrades (like those hardwood floors you’ve been eyeing)? Most Connecticut home owners want to see their remodeling dollars at work: an updated kitchen, crown moldings, frameless shower doors, or rain showerheads in the bathroom. These features are certainly more “showy” than a new roof or replacement windows.
Is your Connecticut home hurricane-ready? The National Weather Service has predicted that this year’s hurricane season is already underway and will last until November 30th for the Atlantic coastal regions. You may be wondering how you can protect your home against the harsh winds, water, and debris that often damages CT properties. At Clinton Glass, we have a few suggestions for how you can prepare for the next storm.
Did a recent snowball fight go bad—resulting in broken window glass? Or maybe this cold Connecticut weather has you rethinking that cracked old window in your bedroom? If you’re considering replacements windows, check out these new window-glass benefits from Clinton Glass.
Wintertime is in full swing, and it has not only brought along holiday cheer, but also snowstorms, ice-covered roads, and increased heating bills. If you want to make sure your home is properly safeguarded against Jack Frost (and save a bit of heating bill money in the process), it’s time to examine the house’s exterior and fix any problems that could be letting warm air out and cold air in. From rubber weather stripping to CT replacement windows, there are plenty of ways to make sure your home is winter-ready.
Tired of constantly pulling blinds and window shades up and down? A newly designed material from the U.S. Department of Energy at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory might be your new best friend. The material, according to this August 2013 press release, will give business and homeowners complete control over what kind of light is allowed through selected windows.
Many factors go into a window installation, and it’s difficult to know whether or not your windows’ small flaws warrant a full replacement or just a few repairs. In this post, we’ve provided some tips to help you determine whether or not a window replacement should be your next home improvement project.