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4 Ways to Prepare Your Home for a Window Replacement

If you’re ready to replace the windows in your home and are thinking about the process entailed, don’t fret. Lone-Star Roof Systems, LP, your top source for window replacement, lists these tips to prepare your home before the project begins:

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The Impact of Design on the Performance of Windows

The design of your windows often plays a key role in its performance in your home. In this post, Lone-Star Roof Systems, LP discusses three factors that influence the link between design and performance. These are:

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Out with the Old: The Benefits of Window Replacement

Replacing your windows should be a top priority when you consider having upgrades. You may think that you’re saving money by keeping your old windows, but in reality, these might be costing you a lot. It could be in terms of maintenance, energy savings, or even in overall home or […]

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Aesthetics and Maintenance: It’s All About Your Window Frame

Every part of your window has an important role to play. The glass component has the power to make your home more energy-efficient. The locks, hinges, and hardware parts are responsible for making your window operational. The same thing can be expected from your window frame.

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Holmes on Homes: Window Pain

  Today I would like to begin a short series of blogs related to Holmes on Homes, a show on HGTV.   Holmes on Homes is a show that goes into homes where contracting or construction work has been done poorly and corrects the issues that the poor work has […]

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See how Energy Efficient Your Home Could be with an Energy Audit

What is an energy audit? Energy audits are performed by trained inspectors who analyze points of low energy efficiency in your home. Energy auditors can be trained by a many people but there are two major organizations which train and certify energy auditors: the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) and […]

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What is an "Energy Star" Home?

                Energy Star qualified homes meet constructions guidelines and have energy saving features which make them 15-30% more efficient than standard homes, increases sustainability and lowers the energy demand. This saves home owners money, particularly in heating and cooling costs as well as reducing the effects of smog, acid rain, and […]

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