Windows are bigger than ever today. Literally. Homeowners can now choose from a robust selection of window products that are functional, decorative, and more efficient than ever before with many qualifying for a tax rebate of up to $1,500 if installed before December 31, 2010. These enhancements give us more ways to usher natural light and fresh air into the home.
\"People are less inclined to cover up their windows, and they're more interested in the window and the trim being a focal point of the room,\" says Barrie Spang, a Cleveland, Ohio-based home stager. \"Windows are more of a priority than they used to be.\"
According to a Pella Home Improvement Survey, about 3 in 10 people planning home improvements in 2010 will install new windows. Technologies in tinting and frame fabrication, along with an emergence of hardware options beyond the standard painted metal, are giving them plenty of choices. Image courtesy of Andersen Windows (andersen.com)
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Do the homework when it comes to all those codes and numbers on window energy-efficiency labels.