Are the Windows of Your Home Looking Their Best?

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Every detail has been taken care of. In preparation for this weekend’s graduation party you have done everything from painting the plantation shutters on the exterior of the home to updating the window treatments in the family room. All of these tasks were things that you have wanted to take care of in the past, but the graduation party forced you to follow through.

The greatest thing about getting ready for the graduation party is that it will be ready for the other events that you want to host this summer. Although you used to do a lot of entertaining in the past, the last few years you have not. Partly because you were not happy with the how the house was looking and partly because your schedule has been very busy, you have missed the hosting days of the past. The minute those plantation shutters were repainted, however, signaled the day you were returning to your old ways.

When Your House Looks Good You Feel Good

Most of realize that when we look our best we feel our best. This is true also of our home. When your house has been recently updated and looks great it can make you feel great as well. Knowing that you have taken the time to invest your time and money in both the interior and the exterior of your home also send a positive impression to your neighbors as well.

From custom shutters on the outside of a two story home to new pleaded shades for the inside, there are a number of times when the changes that you make to the windows of your home can have the biggest impact. Fortunately, some of these changes that you make can also help you safe money on energy costs. For instance, roller shades on a single pane window can save as much as $180 every year.
As home owners work to improve both the look and the energy efficiency of their homes, the latest research indicates that as many as 150 million to 225 million interior residential window coverings are shipped in the U.S. every year. Are any of them coming to your house?

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