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Window Replacement Windham ME

Replacing windows can not only have a dramatic effect on the look and lighting of a home, but drastically improve heating and cooling expenses, as well. For more on window replacement and services, check the listings below.

Adams Auto Glass
(207) 797-6656
380 Warren Ave Ste 8
Portland, ME
 
Carr Kevin
(207) 878-3626
25 W Pleasant St B
Portland, ME
 
Bryony Brett Stained Glass
(207) 774-1870
34 Hersey St
Portland, ME
 
Bucky's Auto Glass
(207) 797-2025
61 Rainmaker Dr
Portland, ME
 
Budget Blinds of Portland
(866) 839-4770
43 Hickory Ln
Yarmouth, ME

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Brockway-Smith
(207) 774-6201
203 Read St
Portland, ME
 
Applicators Sales & Service Inc
(207) 797-7553
400 Warren Ave
Portland, ME
 
Hammond Lumber Company
(207) 771-8880
300 Riverside St
Portland, ME
 
Portland Glass
(207) 775-4191
832 Congress St
Portland, ME
 
AAA Window Washing
(207) 615-9907
503 Cumberland Ave
Portland, ME
 
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Home Remodeling Tip: Window Replacement

New Windows for the
Cold Winter Months

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: window technology
by Jami J. Rodgers

As the weather grows colder, energy efficient insulated windows can increase the comfort of your home as you stay warm inside.

Even simple upgrades can improve your home's energy efficiency -- applying weatherstripping to windows helps seal  air leaks, increasing your heater's efficiency and saving you up to 15% on your utility bill.

The following types of insulation can be added to existing windows:

  • Reinforced foam, felt, or tape weatherstripping
  • Butyl rubber or water-based foam sealant caulk
  • Sprayed-foam or loose-fill fiberglass insulation


Upgrade to an Energy Efficient New Look

If your home's windows are over 20 years old, you could be losing a lot on every energy bill. Window replacement is a popular home improvement project, and can do a lot to increase the safety and energy efficiency of your home. New window technology in glazing, double- and triple-paned windows, and other improvements can keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Window technology has come a long way in 20 years. Here are a few recent developments in energy efficiency:

  • In colder climates, windows with passive solar glazing can be installed on south-facing windows to collect and distribute the maximum amount of heat.
  • Look for windows with a low U-factor. The National Fenestration Rating Council use...

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