Replacement windows by Pella

Do you need storm resistant windows?

If you live in an area that’s prone to high winds, you’ll need to choose storm resistant windows. This will help to prevent your windows from breaking during potentially damaging winds, and it can also improve the energy efficiency of your home. Here are a few things that you should know about storm resistant windows…
Phantom screen door

How Phantom Screens allow you to enjoy the fresh air

Phantom Screens are the answer to every outdoor lover’s wish. They allow a homeowner to let the fresh, mountain air into their home without inviting buzzing pests and biting insects outside. Phantom window screens are nearly invisible, retractable window screens that you pull down to cover open windows. Once you’re ready to close the window,…
Clapboard siding for that country look

How to keep your wood windows in great shape

When you admire the staying power of trees, with some species thriving for decades and much longer, you’ll know that choosing wood windows is a great investment. With due care, they can last over three decades. Of course, to get the best from them, it’s wise to repaint and reseal them from time to time.…
Additional windows let in the light

Make sure your windows are energy efficient

If you are planning to install windows, it’s important to take steps to ensure that they are energy-efficient. There are several key things to look for when it comes to the energy efficiency of windows in your home. While the windows themselves are one thing to consider, it’s also important to consider the shutters and…
Energy efficient windows save money

Why are insulated windows just right for our climate?

As we spend the next while shivering through a bitter Colorado winter, we can dream of summer days. Yet they can be searingly hot. With such extremes of temperature for substantial periods throughout the year, it’s worth knowing how well-insulated windows can help provide protection from both extremes, and also help to lower those annoying…
Casement window installer Denver

Great reasons for considering fiberglass windows

If you are thinking about replacing some windows, there are many styles and materials to consider. One that is certainly worth thinking about is fiberglass. If you are seeking a long-lasting solution, then this is a great choice. With virtually no thermal expansion or contraction, there is less chance of cracking or other levels of…
New siding and windows by paramount

3 benefits of picture windows

If you’re lucky to have incredible scenery right on your doorstep, picture windows could be the perfect choice for you. Made from large expanses of glass with minimal frames, they provide an unobstructed panoramic view. With this in mind, let’s take a closer look at some of the benefits of picture windows: Durability: Picture windows…
Siding replacement installation in Denver

What are the key advantages of steel siding?

A question that our team, here at Paramount Siding and Windows, are frequently asked. Three points immediately spring to mind: Terrific durability: steel siding doesn’t rot, burn or blister – and therefore has low maintenance requirements Problem resistant: it’s fireproof, and stands up stoically to our Colorado weather at its worst, or to counter potential…
Casement windows

An open and shut case for casement windows

A casement window is hinged down one side and operated through the use of a hand crank. They offer terrific benefits whether open or closed. With the former, you can angle the amount of opening to regulate the level of fresh air breeze you allow into your home – and also direct it into a…
bay and bow windows are a great accent

Top tips for improving your home with bay and bow windows

Bay and bow windows offer homeowners three or more semi-circular window vantage points through a single section of wall. Yet, these windows do more than offer a great view of the outdoors. They also increase space inside of the room: Use bay or bow windows with wide windowsills to display or store items that would…
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