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.
This winter in Connecticut has been brutal, and many residents are more than ready to welcome spring weather. With warmer weather on the horizon, Clinton Glass is here to help you find more ways to enjoy those fresh spring breezes with a new screened- in porch or sunroom. At Clinton Glass, we provide the highest quality of work and use the best Provia and Larson screens on the market.
Has the Connecticut weather got the better of you? Perhaps like our team here at Clinton Glass, you’re ready for spring to get here already. You’re ready to throw open your windows and drink in that fresh, fantastic air. As you prep for spring, you may also be thinking about all the ways you can update your home. Let us help! Here are some of the top three ways that our qualified and professional team can bring transformation to your New London or New Haven home.
You’ve been adding up the numbers, and you’re tired of seeing your hard-earned money disappear to your utility bills each month. And you know the culprit: those old, inefficient windows. At Clinton Glass, we know that it’s hard to swallow the initial cost of replacement windows. However, let us give you a few reasons why the benefits outweigh the price tag.
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.