Sunset Air Blog : Archive for the ‘Window and Door’ Category

Does Your Home Need New Windows?

Monday, January 28th, 2019

large-window-in-homeNot many homeowners think very much about this, but homes today are built with energy efficiency in mind. This means that construction is tight, as to not allow any conditioned air to escape. Factors like proper insulation, weatherstripping, and keeping your doors and windows closed when you run your HVAC system help with this as well.

However, the latter doesn’t do much good if you need window replacement service. Drafty windows or older windows that are losing their seal can result in your losing out on a lot of your conditioned air. This means during the winter you may keep turning your thermostat up to make up for the cold air entering your home and the warm air leaving, and pay for energy that you shouldn’t even have to. But how do you know if your home actually does need window replacement?

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Remodeling Your Home? Consider Installing New Windows!

Monday, July 30th, 2018

wood-windowThere are a lot of different ways that you can improve your home through remodeling, both in terms of aesthetics and energy efficiency. If you’re looking for a way to improve your home, one area that you may not know about is new windows! The kind of windows you have installed in your home can have a number of effects on your comfort, and even the energy efficiency of your home. Have a look below at some of the ways that new windows might be a good idea for your remodeling project this year.

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The Benefits of Installing More Energy Efficient Windows

Monday, September 11th, 2017

wood-windowEveryone wants their homes to be as energy efficient as possible. More energy efficiency means cheaper operating costs, after all. How you improve your home’s energy efficiency matters, however, and not all improvements need to be big investments to be effective. For example, installing new windows can actually save you a lot of money on your annual home operating costs. Find out how below.

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How Energy Efficient Windows can Help You Save Money on Heating

Monday, December 26th, 2016

During this time of year, staying warm becomes a top priority. People get their heating systems professionally checked, repair them as necessary, and maybe even get their ducts sealed to ensure proper output. Those are all good things to do, but there are many different ways that you can improve your home heating situation. If you are trying to save some money on heating this winter, consider installing new windows. Read on to find out why.

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How Window Replacement Can Improve Energy Efficiency

Monday, June 20th, 2016

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Our homes need to be comfortable regardless of what the weather is like outside, and most of the time, that means attending to your furnace and air conditioning system. A well-run HVAC unit is the best weapon you have in the fight against the hot and cold in Olympia, WA: keeping your household comfortable and healthy for you and your family. But that’s not the only aspect of your home that can help with this fight.

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A natural look for your home with added durability.

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

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Our windows are tested and built for your climate

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016


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4 Reasons to replace the windows in your home

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

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How to Find Out if the Windows in Your Home Need Replacing

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

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When Is It Time to Replace Your Kitchen Door?

Friday, March 13th, 2015

There are lots of doors in your home, both exterior and interior. However, the door that most homeowners tend to direct their attention to is the front door. Doors are important for function but they also complement your home, and when your doors are neither functional nor attractive, it’s time to consider an upgrade. One of the rooms with the most active doors in any home is the kitchen door, but because kitchen doors are usually on the side or back of your home, they aren’t given the attention they need or deserve. Is it time to replace your kitchen door? Then call the kitchen door replacement experts at Sunset Air and schedule an appointment for your Tacoma, WA, home.

Reasons to Replace

There are a few reasons you may want to consider kitchen door replacement for your home:

The door is drafty.

Does your kitchen door close all the way? Has it shrunk in the framing, or has it always just not had the right fit? Drafts around kitchen doors can be significant, which can adversely affect your home’s cooling and heating capability.

The door won’t close all the way.

We’ve all had ‘those doors’ that don’t quite close all the way, which can be annoying for a whole host of reasons. Having a kitchen door that won’t close all the way can also compromise your safety, which is never a good thing.

The door is outdated

You’ve worked hard to keep your home in good shape – all accept for that door. Is your kitchen door the one spot on your home that drives you crazy? Don’t let your hard work have a blemish; install a door that matches the rest of your home’s look and feel.

The door isn’t insulated.

Insulated doors can help keep you warm and comfortable, as well as help keep in your heat during winter and cool air during the summer.

The experts at Sunset Air can help you find and install a new kitchen door that will complement your home while also keeping it safe and comfortable.

Contact us today and schedule an appointment for a kitchen replacement door for your home in Tacoma, WA.

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