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Reducing Noise With New Windows

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 11, 2016 11:44:16 PM / by RBA Indiana posted in new windows, Window Replacement, Affordable Window Replacement, Sound Reduction with New Windows

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Your Indianapolis home should be a place of comfort. If you live near a busy intersection or have many neighbors, the peace and tranquility of your home environment may be contaminated by noise. From traffic and police sirens to barking dogs, certain windows can allow all of the noise of the outdoor environment into your inside living space. Fortunately, this noise pollution can be reduced without blocking access to natural light with the installation of new windows.

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Replacing an Old Home's Windows: Three Things to Know Before You Start

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 1, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by RBA Michigan posted in RBA Michigan, Energy Efficiency, new windows, Affordable Window Replacement

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Older homes were really built to last, but the windows are a component that will eventually need to be replaced. When your wooden window frames start to deteriorate, the windows become loose in their frames, and it becomes a struggle just to open and close the windows, it's time to consider window replacement. However, replacing the windows in an older home is a project that requires some planning and attention to detail. Here are three things to know before you start.

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Single Hung Vs. Double Hung Windows: Which is Better?

[fa icon="calendar'] May 20, 2016 11:00:00 AM / by RBA Michigan posted in RBA Michigan, Double-Hung Windows, new windows, Affordable Window Replacement, single hung windows

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If you are considering new windows for your Michigan home, you might be wondering which type you should choose. Both single hung and double hung windows are popular choices for replacement panes, and each has unique benefits, so which option is best?

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Replacing Gliding Windows: 3 Things to Know

[fa icon="calendar'] May 7, 2016 12:51:06 AM / by RBA Michigan posted in RBA Michigan, Energy Efficiency, new windows, Affordable Window Replacement

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Do you have gliding windows that open by sliding to the side? This style of window is wonderful for porches, walkways and patios in Michigan where you want plenty of ventilation but don't want to deal with the intrusion of windows swinging inward or outward. If your gliding windows are becoming loose in their frames, are inefficient, or are simply beginning to look a bit worse for wear, it may be time to replace them. Here are a few things to consider as you choose replacement gliding windows.

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How do Energy Efficient Replacement Windows Save Money? - Michigan

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 20, 2016 3:57:15 PM / by RBA Michigan posted in RBA Michigan, Energy Efficiency, new windows, Affordable Window Replacement

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Windows fill a home with natural light and fresh air, but they can also lead to high energy bills. Drafty windows make your heating and air-conditioning units work overtime during extreme weather. This results in an uncomfortable home and unreasonably expensive bills.

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