Do you have old wood windows that are stuck, rotted, drafty?
Advertisements and professionals tell us to replace those old windows and by doing so you will be:
- Making a wise financial investment in your house
- Being “Green” – saving energy and the environment
- Improving the appearance and making your house easier to sell
Well – you’ve been fooled.
The Replacement Window epidemic is just a conspiracy to take your money!
What you have been conditioned to believe about old and Historic Wood Windows vs Replacement Windows is wrong. Here you will learn all you need to know to make an informed decision of whether or not your old wood windows should be replaced.
If you must replace your windows, you will know what to shop for based on the design and style of your house, and which window designs to avoid. YOU will become the pro!
Learn how to REALLY Save Money on heating bills – Save Energy – Save the Environment.
See the latest research and Cost Analysis on Energy Savings with New Windows vs Original Windows.
Learn how to Repair your old historic windows.
See and recognize the design differences between Historic Windows, Replacement Windows, and Storm Windows and its enormous affect on Curb Appeal.
Find a Window Maker or Restoration Specialists in your area.
Understand the Truth About Windows
There is a great deal of information to read here including links to other sites for important reading. This is something that must be done before you undertake a monetary and aesthetic investment. I cannot stress this enough. Let the buyer beware because there’s no turning back!
Windows are the eyes of a house. They are the most important character defining feature creating the greatest visual impact on the overall appearance of a house.
Because of this, the decision to replace an original wood window must be carefully considered and understood. We all want to reduce our heating bills and save money. How can we do that with 100 year old, drafty windows that are in bad shape? You can – there is no need to compromise. Read on and see for yourself.
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