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5 ENERGY Star Approved Ways to Improve Your Home

Monday, February 27th, 2017

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Everyone wants their home to be energy efficient, but it can be challenging to know what you can do that will make a real difference. Fortunately, with the guidance of the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program, you can get some great ideas that are guaranteed to improve the comfort and value of your home while lowering your costs. With the unpredictable Georgia climate, you need peace of mind knowing your home is secure from the elements and using energy efficiently. Here are five ways you can improve your home and make it more energy efficient.
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Why NG Windows Left Vinyl Windows in The Past

Friday, February 17th, 2017

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As we built North Georgia Replacement Windows from the ground up, we learned everything there is to know about window materials. Serving thousands of customers around the greater Atlanta area has given us experience with every kind of job and every window, and we’ve seen first-hand which products produce the best results and last the longest for our customers. After careful research and planning, we’re pivoting our award-winning business away from selling vinyl plastic windows, and we’ll tell you why!

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Part 1: Energy Efficient Windows for Your Residential Property

Friday, April 10th, 2015

The benefits of upgrading to energy efficient windows are clear while selecting the right windows can be tricky. Great energy bill savings over the years prove to be beneficial in more ways than just your wallet. New windows that are energy efficient save both energy and money. While the cost savings are tremendous, they’re merely icing on the cake when discussing the benefits of energy efficient windows.

The benefits of upgrading to energy efficient windows are clear while selecting the right windows can be trickier. This guide highlights some things to watch for when it comes to choosing the right type of energy efficient window replacements when you’re looking for specific energy efficiency benefits.

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Consider These 5 Things When Purchasing New Windows for Your Business

Friday, March 27th, 2015

If you’re thinking of replacing the windows in your commercial establishment, read on. As a successful North Georgia window replacement company, we’ve compiled a short list of pointers that will guide you in making the right decision for your business.

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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.

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How Do You Know if You Need New Windows?

Sunday, August 21st, 2011

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As homeowners, we sometimes take our windows for granted. If the glass isn’t broken, we tend to feel they are working fine. But the fact is, older windows don’t have to be broken to be costing you considerable money all year long.

It all comes down to energy efficiency – the #1 reason people replace their windows. Nearly half of your home’s annual energy budget is spent on heating and cooling. So unless your windows are truly energy efficient, they can be critical points of heating and cooling loss.

Many people wait until their windows become drafty, show signs of rotting, or have moisture in between the glass panes due to seal failure. They then spend money on costly repairs that can be eliminated forever with replacement windows.

Replacement windows transform the extraordinary insulating power of PVC vinyl construction into fusion-welded frames and sashes that provide strength, durability and years of outstanding performance.

Another important point; the majority of homes built prior to 2004 do not have Low E insulated windows. Also, unlike advanced replacement window technology, most builders do not use inert gas insulation in between panes because it is not required by building codes. Having gas insulation between the panes provides much greater insulation over just dead air space.

So make the smart choice – energy efficient replacement windows are a wise investment that will help keep you comfortable all year long while saving on utility costs. Plus, their rugged construction delivers long-term performance and maintenance free enjoyment that is unmatched.