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Window Styles for Your Home

Every home should have a style as unique as its owner — and we’re here to help find window replacements that will increase your home’s energy efficiency while boosting your curb appeal.  If you’re looking for European-inspired architectural designs or whimsical Southern charm, we recommend exploring bay, bow, awning, and casement styles. These uncommon window styles are both energy-efficient and crafted with top-quality materials. Add Southern Charm Bay windows consist of three panels of glass arranged in a trapezoid that are often accompanied by a window seat — think of cozy spaces like reading nooks and informal dining areas. If
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5 Common Reasons for Denver Siding Replacement

While life can get busy and our attention is on the more important things going on, it’s still no reason to let your home fall into disrepair. All it takes is one lousy winter – or an incredibly hot summer – and your home’s siding can start showing the signs of a hard life. Having to deal with home repairs is just yet another thing you have to squeeze into your hectic schedule. However, Denver siding replacement is essential, and getting on top of it sooner rather than later is crucial. But, how do you know your siding has reached
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Home Siding Replacement Options: 5 Things to Consider

Choosing the right siding for your new home is important: You need a material that will stand up against the weather that Colorado has to offer, as well as an option that is easy to keep up and maintain. Here are five things you need to consider as you look through your home siding options. Choosing the Right Siding for Your Home There are many things to consider as you go about choosing the right siding for your home. Here are the 5 biggest things you need to keep in mind as you discuss the best options with your siding
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5 Ways to Win Over Buyers at Your Open House

Preparing your house for sale is important. Sometimes it the little things that can be big turnoffs and sometimes it can be big things like windows. Here are steps to take to make sure your house is ready to show... When you give up something you love, such as selling your first car or a designer bag, you want to make sure that the next owner will love it as much as you did. Stakes are even higher when your clients are selling their homes. The home is an extension of who they are, and they want the next owner
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Have you heard of Smart Windows?

Nearly everyone these days has a smart phone. But what about a smart window? What exactly is that? Smart windows are the future of window technology. They are windows that incorporate solar and heat sensor systems. Read below to learn more about the wave of the future: Switchable glazings (sometimes called "smart windows") can change properties such as shading coefficients (the amount of solar heat gain allowed) or visible transmittance (amount of visible light that passes through a window) in response to an electric current or to the changing environmental conditions themselves. Switchable glazings fall into four basic categories: Electrochromic.
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Check us out on HomeAdvisor

HomeAdvisor is a resource for consumers looking for service professionals, offering ratings based on verified reviews and feedback from their community of homeowners. The highest rating for a business is five stars. Check out the reviews that customers gave Gravina's on HomeAdvisor that earned us the coveted five-star rating! We are HomeAdvisor Screened & Approved
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Replacement Windows in Winter

If you're a homeowner, winter brings its own unique challenges. You may need home repairs or improvements that you think can only be done in the warmer months, but some things just cannot wait. If you need replacement windows installed during the winter, we are here to help. Here are some tips on how to make the process of getting new windows installed as smooth and painless as possible. Winter replacement window installation considerations: Request an explanation of the winter installation method to make sure expectations are met. Discuss having installers work in teams to remove one window at a
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