As the days grow darker and colder here in Connecticut, old and drafty windows can quickly become a big problem. For a while, you can ignore the cold by piling up blankets and cranking up the thermostat. But eventually, between your high energy bills and your shivering family members, the problem demands action. To warm up your home and save on utility bills this winter, read on to learn about drafts from your friends at Clinton Glass.
With cooler temperatures on the horizon, it’s more important than ever to have windows you can count on to keep the outside chill where it belongs – outside! If your windows aren’t in the best shape, you may be wondering if they can be repaired or if you need to replace them altogether before winter comes. At Clinton Glass, we are experts in both window repair and replacement, so today we’re comparing the two options so you can make an educated decision.
The benefits to having a storm door on your Connecticut home are endless. As a second, outer door, it adds another level of comfort and protection to your home. When bad weather strikes, its glass panels protect your front door and home from damage. And when the weather is nice, screen panels allow for ventilation without letting in bugs. However, if your storm door is starting to look a little worn, it may be time to let your friends at Clinton Glass know it’s time for a replacement.
Owning a home comes with a certain amount of work. You take care of your lawn, you keep your floors vacuumed and your toilets cleaned. But for some, keeping the windows clean feels like a tedious chore. To avoid having to redo your hard work, you want to make sure you get it done right the first time. Our experts at Clinton Glass has put together a list of tips to help.
Spring has sprung in Connecticut, and homeowners are starting to think about when they’ll need to start turning on their air conditioners. No one enjoys putting all their money toward utilities when there are so many other fun things to spend it on. 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.