Welcome, are you a New England homeowner facing the age-old question, "Should I just install new windows myself or hire a professional? ”We completely understand. After nearly 30 years as a premium New England window & door installer, we’ve seen it all. And by that, we mean every possible DIY mistake in the book (and then some that no one knew could even be done).Bottom Line: If all you’re looking to install are some cheap, simple, single or double-pane windows from a big box home improvement company, that’s one thing.
When it comes to which windows and doors we sell, we’re picky. And by “picky,” we mean “unconditionally, categorically, hair-splittingly fastidious about quality. ”As an independent company, we have the option to install any brand of windows and doors we want. But the only brand we’ve EVER worked with is Bristol. Bristol is a high-end luxury window and door manufacturer. We partnered with them all the way back in 1995 to create our exclusive lines of ultra-efficient, hyper-secure, mega-durable Rescom windows and doors products.
Setting The Record Straight About Triple-Pane WindowsOnce And For All.We all know that window salesmen are notorious for stretching the truth. Not just about how great THEIR windows are… but about how unworthy their COMPETITORS’ windows are. Nowhere is this more apparent than the “double pane vs. triple pane debate.” It’s common to hear window salesmen talking about how triple pane is too heavy, too expensive, and too everything else.
When you invest in your home and update your windows here in New England, we believe you deserve a great experience. You deserve to have every detail being looked after by a seasoned professional who takes their job SERIOUSLY. You deserve to rest easy knowing that the quality, performance, energy efficiency, and security you paid for (the value) are going to hit the mark. You deserve installers that are experienced and impeccable; trustworthy tradespeople, not unskilled labor.
Time for an entryway refresh but unsure of how to pick your new front door color? This article from Rescom Exteriors pros will help you find the perfect hue. When it comes to investing in replacement windows here in New England, a rewarding experience (vs. nightmarish) results from proper communication and managing expectations. But no matter how crystal-clear everyone is or how many checks and balances you have in the process to ensure people feel respected, miscommunication happens. We’re only humans, after all.
Time for an entryway refresh but unsure of how to pick your new front door color? This article from Rescom Exteriors pros will help you find the perfect hue. When New England homeowners like you get to the point where it’s time to invest in replacement windows, the first thing you’re confronted with is a massive wall of options. You’ve got endless amounts of windows to swim through on large ecommerce platforms. You’ve got the big box home improvement stores and their caliber of products.
When double pane windows first came on the market, they became popular for their insulating qualities. With two panes of glass, they could slow the flow of heat, prevent heat loss, reduce sound barriers, and even stand up to window condensation. Triple pane windows can do all of this with three panes, often with gas filling between each pane of glass. But is triple-pane superior to double-pane windows when it comes to insulating your home, or are three panes simply overkill?
Congratulations, you must be investigating replacement windows for your New England home. Truth be told, most folks only invest in completely new windows…ONCE in life…so brushing up on the basics is definitely a good idea. There are so many different options and words you’ll be bombarded with at first. No different than if you were looking into new doors. Should you get single-hung? Double-hung? Arched, awning, or bay? What color or stain? What kind of glass and locking mechanism?