Guide to Four Popular Window Options

Window World in Bloomington breaks down four of the most popular window options for modern homes. Our professional window experts discuss casement windows, double hung windows, sliding windows, and privacy windows to help you make the right decision when it comes to your home.

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Four Exterior Accents to Customize Your Home's Siding

Window World in Bloomington, Illinois, breaks down four bold exterior accents homeowners can use to customize the siding on their homes. A seamless soffit, shakes, shingles, scallops, and other accents can help create fabulous curb appeal.

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Single, Double or Triple: Which Window Works Best for Your Home?

Buying windows for your home isn’t always an aesthetic decision. New windows can also play a significant role in your home’s overall comfort and energy efficiency. Having the right windows can help curb your home’s energy usage without having to compromise on your heating or air conditioning.

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Repair or Replace: Factors a Contractor Looks At When Giving a Recommendation for Your Siding

As your siding begins to age, there are numerous issues that can develop. The siding can begin to fade or look worn, it may have dry rot, it may be peeling or flaking away, or it may be pulling or separating from the home. When any issues are present with your siding, you want to call in a professional to examine the siding quickly. This helps to prevent water from seeping through cracks or splits and causing damage to your home. When a contractor comes out, they will look at your siding and decide whether it can be repaired or whether it needs to be replaced. Here are a few of the factors they consider when making this recommendation to you.

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Dressing Up an Old House with New Windows to Increase Resale Value

The benefits of new window installation include improving aesthetics, lowering energy costs, and having a home that is “ready to show,” when it comes time to sell. Upgrading an old house by installing new windows is one of the best ways to increase the resale value of the home.

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Afraid of Replacing Your Windows? Installation Requires Less Upheaval than You Might Think

When homeowners think about remodeling their living space, images of ripped up walls, holes, hammers, and paint cans often come with the job. If your windows are old, you might know they need to be replaced but are hesitating because you just don't want to put up with the mess and inconvenience. Good news! When you order your replacement windows from Window World of Bloomington, it is very likely that you can skip most of the mess, and fast forward to beautiful new windows with just a day or two of installation.

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How to Mix and Match New Windows and Doors

Installing new windows and doors improves the look of a home, creates energy-savings, and increases resale value. When considering new doors and window replacement there are a few steps to take that make the decision-making process easier, which are choosing from window companies that have a good reputation, working with an interior designer from the window installation company to get help with the various options, and making the proper investment that balances aesthetics with comfort and safety.

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2018 Trendy Door and Window Replacements You Must Try

Did you know that window and door sales are expected to increase by approximately 5 percent annually until 2021? This predicted growth is driven by the vibrant new housing activity for both residential and commercial buildings, according to the Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA).

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4 Door and Window Replacement Ideas For Every Homeowner

Are door and window replacements your future plans? If so, you’ve landed at the right place. Windows are designed for more than beauty. They account for 25% to 30% of energy losses in residential homes according to the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC).

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