The answer is yes. Your home is your most important asset. So why wouldn’t you take care of it and improve it as it ages? You can remodel inside the home but you still have to protect the outside. After roofs, windows and doors are the second line of defense from the weather. Make it count.
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Football games have started and the air is getting cooler! Fall is football season and the end of the summer heat. Many people may have their eyes focused on pro or college football but we are still focused on your home.
Many of our homeowners wonder if we still install new windows and doors during the colder months. The simple answer is yes! In fact, the fall can be the best time to install because the warm weather allows us to get caught up from the busy season. Sales appointments may end earlier as a result of the changing seasons but we will still get your project ideas up and running.
Deciding what home improvement project, you might want to do in the fall can be challenging. You have to juggle between the weather and the holidays. We can help. Let us know what your window or ideas are and…
Replacement windows should be thermally efficient and add to the total comfort of your home. Choose a window that meets ENERGY STAR® guidelines and has a .32 or lower U-Value, which measures heat transfer through the window.
There are a variety of window materials available today; making it complicated for homeowners to understand which materials best suit their needs.
Replacement windows should be low maintenance, durable and continue to look good over time. Wood windows look great but will require much more upkeep over time than fiberglass or vinyl low-maintenance alternatives.
Vinyl, the most frequently used material, has a tendency to warp, fade, expand and contract in extreme temperatures, causing seal failures over time.
A better option is Ultrex®, used by Infinity from Marvin. Ultrex is a pultruded fiberglass material that is eight times stronger than vinyl and…
Siding replacement recouped 92.8 percent of its cost, according to the study. The only home improvement likely to return more at resale was a minor (roughly $15,000) kitchen remodel, which returned 92.9 percent. Replacing roofs and windows were also high on the list, returning 80 percent or more at resale.
Windows and doors are the most significant energy losers in a typical home. New Marvin windows can help you save on your monthly heating and cooling bills. Marvin wood windows, or wood windows with aluminum exterior cladding, are more energy-efficient than vinyl or all-aluminum windows › every Marvin window is hand-crafted and built to precisely fit your existing opening. Better fit means less energy leakage. Last but not least, Marvin Double Pane glass is warranted for 20 years against seal leaks. Your local Marvin dealer can recommend the best glass choice for your climate
Infinity from Marvin offers a premier line of fiberglass replacement windows and doors with distinctive design. Infinity proudly partners with independent window dealers, hand-selected for their expertise, to provide homeowners with a hassle-free window replacement installation experience.
Regardless of the style of window you desire for your residence, you can rest easy knowing that your new windows are assembled and supplied by some of the most trusted manufacturers in the window replacement industry – Infinity Windows, Marvin Windows. These top-flight windows are built using a high-performance glass that is available with a Low E2, Low E3, or Low E3/ERS glazed coating to allow for optimal energy efficiency. What’s more, the panes are housed in Marvin’s Ultrex® fiberglass frames, which are both durable and low maintenance, assuring that your new windows are built to last.
Ready or not, the remodeling industry has embarked on an exciting journey: the development of net-zero energy homes. Is your home up to snuff? Read more on what Marvin Windows and This Old House has done with an old cottage.
While visual differentiation can by difficult, value-added experiences in the purchase and installation process can set brands apart, according to J.D. Power’s 2019 Windows and Patio Doors Satisfaction Study.
The Littleton Twilight Criterium has grown to the most watched single day cycling race in Colorado with nearly 10,000 spectators attending every year. It is again part of the prestigious USA Crits Championship series attracting the country’s top professional criterium racers. It is also a USA Cycling American Race Calendar and Rocky Mountain Road Cup event
Summer heat is baking homes right now. That is the time people ask if energy efficient windows are worth the investment. Our answer to that is simple – YES! Cool your home off this summer and beat the heat with your new replacement windows.
Denver Home Show is back for DIY weekend warriors andhome owners looking for some inspiration. Here are nine things to look for at the home show happening March 18 to 20 at the National Western Complex.If you were at the 2016 Denver Home Show we will honor this special from now until May! Call now to beat the summer rush and get your windows, doors or entry doors replaced! Call 303-794-0490