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Why You Need To Upgrade Your Locks

Security What actually makes a door secure? There are several key features to look for and understand. The number of locking points, which are where the bolts connect to the frame, helps to both secure the door, and prevent it from warping, as it can around a single deadbolt. Combining a multi-locking point system with…

Posted in : Doors, Home improvement

Need To Know About Doors

What Kind of Doors We Offer Front Doors: The first point of contact for guests, or the most important line of defense against intruders, is your front door. Your front door is a fundamental piece to the overall integrity of your home. From its style to its materials, our team of Home Project Advisors will…

Posted in : Doors

Windows and Patio Doors⁠ — Summer Hosting in Style

Windows save on energy costs. This is perhaps the most impactful benefit of installing new windows. According to ENERGY STAR, you can save between $101–$583 a year when you replace your single-pane windows with a more energy efficient solution. If you have leaky, aluminum, or single-pane windows, your home loses energy year-round. In the winter,…

Posted in : Doors, Windows, Seattle

5 Home Protection Tips You Should Know

✓ 1. Caulking & Weather-stripping Reducing leaks around windows, doors and chimneys in your home will result in considerable annual energy savings. Caulking and weatherstripping are two simple and effective air-sealing techniques that offer quick returns on investment, often one year or less. Caulk is generally used for cracks and openings between stationary house components…

Posted in : Doors, How to, Generators, Home improvement

5 Home Winterization Tips to Save Money and Avoid Headaches

Seal Your Windows and Doors Tiny leaks can make a big dent in your home’s energy efficiency—as much as 30 percent per year! (U.S. Department of Energy) Some simple and cost-effective caulking of windows and weather stripping on doors can drastically reduce this leakage. First, find out if you have air leakage. For both doors…

Posted in : Doors, Windows, Heating, Siding, Insulation, Tips to save money

3 ROI-friendly home upgrades for Puget Sound home sellers

Invest in new fixtures and hardware. Perhaps one of the least expensive upgrades you can make, new fixtures add shine and newness to any room. An older bathroom sink can instantly be brought into the 21st century with a new faucet, which can quickly and inexpensively be replaced by Washington Energy Services. The same goes…

Posted in : Doors, Windows, Plumbing

Front door materials: wood or fiberglass?

  Wood Without a doubt, wood doors are stunning. Their exquisite texture and design perfectly complement the Pacific Northwest aesthetic. As a bonus, they match nearly any color palette found on your home, and can work with traditional, classic, or modern exteriors. Today’s wood doors offer ornate, yet energy efficient glass accents and beautiful mouldings….

Posted in : Doors

Get warm and fuzzy with home weatherization

  Windows and doors Reducing leaks around windows, doors and chimneys in your home will result in considerable annual energy savings. Caulking and weatherstripping are two simple and effective air-sealing techniques that offer quick returns on investment, often one year or less. Caulk is generally used for cracks and openings between stationary house components such…

Posted in : Doors, Windows, Heating, Cooling, Insulation

Lake Sammamish windows & doors transformation

  This home overlooking Lake Sammamish got the works – new windows and sliding doors all around. Follow along with this photo essay to see the transformation. First things first, all of the old windows need to be removed. Here they are stacked up next to the truck. Coming soon to these empty spaces: beautiful…

Posted in : Doors, Windows

2015 top home trends for a green makeover

  Bright bold rooms One of this year’s top home trends is to add a blast of color. But can stinky paint really be environmentally friendly? The smell of fresh paint in a renovated home or apartment can bring back memories… of headaches. Traditional interior house paints give off strong airborne chemicals not only while…

Posted in : Doors, Insulation

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