Bringing the outside in has been a popular home design style for the past several years. With installations such as picture windows, French doors and sliding patio doors, the seamless transition from inside to outside is easier than ever.Read More
Budget savvy families understand the importance of installing the best performing products on the market, including smart thermostats and impact glass windows and doors that keep their energy bills low.Read More
Decorating your windows can be as easy as a trip to the store or an exciting new project to begin at home. There are plenty of colors, textures, patterns, trims and styles that enhance and transform the look of any room without having to jump through hoops to achieve a completely different feel.Read More
What means the most to you when you’re shopping? Is it a company’s values, customer service, product quality, or product effectiveness and efficiency? At EAS, we hold ourselves accountable for all of the above...and then some.
There are many quality companies to buy from, but they may not always offer a holistic solution for your needs.Read More
You may have the best view from your window, but to really make it pop, window treatments are a must!Read More
Strawberry or chocolate frosted may be your favorite doughnut, but double glazed has the most benefits—at least for your windows.
From industry jargon to types of windows and components, there’s a sea of information that you can wade through when researching and shopping for the best replacement windows that meet your home and lifestyle needs.Read More
Energy conscious homeowners understand the value of a low-e glass high-performance windows; however, windows ratings can be a bit challenging to dissect and evaluate how they affect your overall home’s energy performance and how that translates to energy savings.
We’ve created the following cheat sheet to detail what you need to know to help you make the best choice for your home and your needs.Read More
With double pane and laminated glass installations, single pane glass windows have become dated, inefficient, archaic, and ultimately obsolete.Read More
While there are several factors affecting your home’s heating and cooling costs, such as your HVAC system and insulation, your windows and doors can either increase or decrease your energy bills.Read More
Decorating your home can be influenced by your favorite colors, patterns and seasons. From your table centerpieces and door wreaths to your florals and window treatments, there are plenty of nooks and crannies in your home to decorate throughout the year.Read More