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Save Money and Make Your Home Warmer with New Windows

by Bill Sweeney
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This post was created in partnership with Sears Home Improvement. All opinions are my own.

Warmer, More Efficient

Your home is your safe space. You want it to be comfortable, warm, cozy. You want to make it as good as you possibly can make it. While new paint, rugs, and furniture really makes your home pop, there are so many ways that you might not notice or think about that make huge differences in the way you live in your home. Think warmth, think energy efficiency, think lower heating bills! Do you have any ideas? I’ll tell you one one the best ways to check all of these things off of your list…new windows. That’s right, it’s not something that comes to find at first when we think about major home improvements, but they really are!

If your house has outdated windows, there’s a good chance you’re wasting energy. In the summer, you’re air conditioning the neighborhood, and in winter, wind whistles in through the window edges. There are many options for getting the best value for your investment in new windows. For people who are interested in maintenance-free, more energy-efficient windows, Sears Home Improvement is the vinyl windows expert. 

Things You Need To Know

Once I decided that Sears Home Services was one of the best places to check out new windows, I had to do some research. Thankfully, there’s a treasure trove of information on windows and so much more on the Sears Home Services Blog!! Check out the following info I gleaned from spending some time on the blog!!

Sears Windows

Sears has the styles you want!!! They have over 2,000 styles from bay and bow windows to double-hung and tilt-in designs and a variety of shutter color options

Sears offers a wide assortment of traditional and contemporary window designs with many options; as well as a variety of frame colors and grid patterns. Our Weatherbeater® Windows provide superior custom-fit features to suit your climate and meet your budget. And, we offer every style imaginable from Bay and Bow windows to Double-Hung and Tilt-In designs. When considering new windows, consider the safety features you want, what energy savings you can obtain, and if there are other considerations for noise reduction or resale value.

Promotions and Offers

If you are serious about really enjoying your home more, you can save $325 on window purchases of $1500 or more. EXPIRES 4/30/2018. Restrictions apply. 

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Save Money and Make Your Home Warmer with New Windows was last modified: January 25th, 2018 by Bill Sweeney

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Theresa January 26, 2018 - 8:32 PM

Our home is in dire need of new windows. I am thinking we are going to get serious about replacing them this spring. I’ll be sure to check out all that Sears has to offer when we finally take the jump.

Kristi January 26, 2018 - 10:48 PM

We’ve replaced part of our windows and are almost ready to do the next floor. We decided to do it one floor at a time, making it more affordable.

Annemarie LeBlanc January 27, 2018 - 9:47 PM

My daughter’s house might need new windows. I think they’ve been checking physical and online stores for pricing and styles. I will let them know about Sears.


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