SHOP SMALL, BUY LOCAL AND KEEP MORE MONEY IN YOUR COMMUNITY.
The Saturday following Thanksgiving plays hide and seek between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but easily stands on it’s own as one of the most important shopping days of the year. Founded six years ago in response to small business owners’ most pressing need – getting more customers during the busy holiday shopping season – Small Business Saturday has quickly earned its’ stripes among holiday traditions. Last year alone, 88 million consumers shopped small on Small Business Saturday – which was up 14.9 percent from 2013. Additionally, consumers spent $14.3 billion at local and independent businesses on Small Business Saturday in 2014, and this year the hype and buzz surrounding the day seems to have only increased.
With energy prices skyrocketing, now is the time to think about how to make your home as energy efficient as it can be.
Windows let light and air into your home. Unfortunately, inefficient windows can also bring in the cold, driving up heating costs. Replacing them with new energy efficient replacement windows will make your home more comfortable and reduce energy consumption. To find a good replacement window, consider the following factors.
Happy Thanksgiving from Gravina’s Window Center of Littleton
Window Replacement in Denver and Surrounding Areas
At Gravina’s Window Center of Littleton, we take replacement windows and doors to a whole new level. Providing home windows and doors replacement in Denver, Littleton and surrounding areas since 1973, we are the company that will ensure your project gets done right, no matter where you live. With various jobs around the area, we have a reputation for the highest quality windows, installation, and service that is guaranteed.
Conduct your own home energy audit this fall, and implement some, if not all, of the suggestions I recommended. By doing so, you will be guaranteed to have an energy-efficient house this winter.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac Says Colder than Average Winter Looms so It’s Time to Winterize Your Home from Top to Bottom – via Next Step Living
Even if your home was originally constructed as an energy-efficient house, time and nature have a way of taking their toll on your home. For example, opening and closing doors and windows over months and years can cause weatherstripping to break down and lose its ability to insulate and protect your home from cold winter drafts.