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.
Winter is here in Connecticut, the holidays are on their way, and before you know it, it will be the New Year. New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to focus your goals for the coming year, and reflect on ways to improve on the past. You may have even made some for yourself, whether it be to get to the gym more often or to add more green to your diet. Resolutions are for self improvement, so why not set resolutions for your home to improve its overall … Continued
If you listen closely, your home has a pretty good way of speaking to you when something is wrong. A musty odor in the air or a discoloration on your walls probably means you have a water leak somewhere. Cracked and drafty windows are instant signs that you need a window replacement. But are there other signs that you should be keeping a watch for? Our team at Clinton Glass has put together a list of signs that are often missed, and are good indicators that it’s time to replace … Continued
As colder temperatures set in, Connecticut homeowners are once again lamenting their drafty old windows. Connecticut is replete with Victorian mansions, old brick ramblers, and classic Cape Cod-style homes. Older homes are charming and beautiful, but often they come with their fair share of problems, including drafty windows. If this is your situation, our team at Clinton Glass has four tips to warm up your house and save on utility bills this winter.