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Part 2: Energy Efficient Windows for Your Commercial Property

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

In our last post, we talked about the ways that replacing windows with new energy efficient windows could improve a residential property. While homeowners certainly save money by making the upgrade to efficient windows, commercial properties enjoy savings that are drastically larger. Imagine a large corporate office structure that uses hundreds of traditional windows that are wasting energy.

Once those windows are replaced with new energy efficient windows, you are looking at hundreds of windows that are saving money for the commercial property. When combined with other green technologies, commercial properties and businesses can end up saving more than expected. Just like energy efficient windows for homeowners, there are also a list of other great reasons a commercial property should upgrade its windows. This post emphasizes the importance of design considerations and how to choose the right commercial windows based on upgrade needs and preferences.


Purchasing the Right Windows for Your Home and Climate

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Whether you’re replacing your windows as part of a major home renovation project or simply because they’re old, make sure the replacement windows you choose are appropriate for the weather in your location.

As a trusted North Georgia windows replacement company, we’ve helped hundreds of our clients choose windows for their homes that are well-suited to the climate where they live. Below are some pointers to keep in mind to help you make the right window choices no matter where you call home.


Looking To Replace Your Windows? Check Out These Replacement Options

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Have your windows been damaged? Are you considering new windows as part of an update or renovation? Here are some of the most popular custom replacement window options and how they can improve your home.


4 Good Things You Didn’t Know About Casement Windows

Friday, February 27th, 2015

Casement windows can be found in many homes in Georgia. They feature a simple design and are ultra-convenient when installed in certain spaces, such as above kitchen sinks. These windows are equipped with a single sash hinge situated on the side and open vertically via a crank-operated handle. Ease of use is one of the many benefits offered by casements, which explains their popularity in the new housing construction market. Casement windows also provide one of the most expansive views.


Remember This When Replacing Your Home Windows

Friday, February 20th, 2015

Did you know that nearly 30 to 40 percent of the energy in your home is lost through your windows and doors if they are not up to par with modern efficiency standards? Installing a new set of ENERGY STAR windows can save you upwards of $500 a year on heating and cooling costs by upgrading from single-panes alone. When considering that most windows can last up to 30 years or more, this is one long-term investment every homeowner should make.

While you can certainly replace one window at a time, the best savings come from large-scale projects. Most window contractors will advise you to do this if your budget allows, but at the end of the day, the savings will start to add up right away.

Of course, to make the most of your investment, there a few things to take under careful consideration. Hiring a reputable and licensed contractor such as North Georgia Replacement Windows is important, especially for people who lack the requisite experience needed to perform this job.


Everything You Need To Know About Tilt-Turn Windows

Friday, February 13th, 2015

As long-time Atlanta replacement window installers, you can count on us to help you choose and install the ideal windows for your home. No matter what type of home window you desire, we’re the replacement window company that will do a great job for you. Read on below to find out more about the qualities of tilt-turn windows that make them a popular window choice in Europe and increasingly in America as well.


6 Reasons Why Bow Windows Can Improve Your Home

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

A semi-circular version of a bay window, a bow window is an architectural detail carried over from Victorian times. It typically consists of three to six same-sized windows that create a gentle curve that projects outward from a wall. As expert window installers, we know firsthand how bow windows can dramatically enhance a room’s appeal. Below are some of the advantages of this interesting window style.


Bay vs. Bow Windows

Friday, January 16th, 2015

One easy way to increase the amount of natural light in your home is by installing a new bay or bow window. These oversized windows have been traditionally featured in living and family rooms as well as master suites, but they can be placed virtually anywhere. If you looking for a way to spruce up your home’s curb appeal and to create an design focal point, bow or bay window installation is the way to do it!


Factors Influencing Your Window Decisions

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

As professional replacement window installers with several years of experience in the industry, we know homeowners sometimes face a daunting task when it comes to replacing the windows and doors in their homes. There are so many different types of products available on the market today. Additionally, each homeowner has a distinct set of requirements, priorities and budget considerations that only add to the complexity of the task.

How do you select the ideal window replacement type for your home? Read on below for practical suggestions to help make this decision a little less confusing.


Choosing the Right Replacement Windows for Different Sides of Your Home

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Most of our Atlanta replacement windows customers are concerned about picking the windows that will best suit their homes overall. However, many of them neglect to consider whether the window arrangement they are looking to install will be the best choice for a particular room in their home based on its location. From our experience, certain sides of your home are better than others for letting in light while keeping down expenses.