Halloween marks the start of the holiday season for many of us. We start thinking about Thanksgiving and the winter celebrations that follow. Part of the preparation means getting the house ready: cleaning and improving the appearance of the home for family and friends. Even though we are celebrating, all this work can be stressful, and take some of the fun out of this festive time of year. Maybe it’s just me, but think about this: You get a lot of “cluck for your buck” by hiring A&D Windows to check some items off your list for you. This will allow you to spend that valuable time doing the things you really want to do, and be with the people you really want to be with during this time. Don’t tell me that you really, really were looking forward to cleaning those windows….Let me remind you, Santa’s listening, and knows if you’ve been naughty or nice….
Speaking of Santa, window cleaning or fogged window repair can be a great gift–and early holiday present!! Window cleaning, or fogged window repair, will make your home feel brighter and more full of light than almost anything else you do. Well, more lights, like holiday lights might do more. We can do that for you too, and cheaper than the “holidays lights” companies.
Blogs can also be a coffee shop atmosphere for general thoughts and interaction. Many homeowners find themselves caught in the middle between changing environmental realities, energy technologies, and maintenance needs. Older homes have very poor-performing windows from an energy (utilities) perspective. They often have a single pane of glass to separate them from the elements. Heat and cold move pretty easily through that single pane of glass. Windows alone have transformed the comfort levels in a home. New technologies of glass coatings and window frames are much better at keeping out Old Man Winter. But, these new technologies also cost more than a week’s allowance. So can you do it in a cost effective way? That’s the question. Will it pay for itself over time? Over how much time? This is really a numbers issue, and you can do the math on this one. It’s not brain surgery. You can do this.