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High-Performance Insulating Glass

Posted on Oct 10, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

High-Performance Insulating Glass

Windows—which are 80% glass—can be one of the largest areas of energy loss on a home. You might think of the glass as being fragile, yet it’s one of the most powerful elements in achieving super-efficient, weathertight performance. An exceptionally strong barrier, Sovereign windows are precision built with a 7/8″ insulating glass unit utilizing double-strength glass. Upgrading your windows with optional Low-E glass will further maximize energy savings. Low-E features a virtually clear, metallic coating that acts as a thermal mirror to help keep solar heat out during the summer and...

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Vinyl Siding vs. Other Cladding Alternatives

Posted on Aug 16, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Vinyl Siding vs. Other Cladding Alternatives

As the leading exterior cladding, vinyl siding takes it share of criticism from representatives of competing products. Unfortunately, much of what they claim about vinyl siding is outdated, inaccurate or misleading. As you weigh exterior cladding options to incorporate in your next home improvement project, be sure you have all the facts. Vinyl siding is the number one choice of exterior cladding across the United States and Canada Take a moment to review the side-by-side, “apples to apples” comparisons provided here. *Click the photo to enlarge–  Source: U.S. Census...

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Insulated Siding Makeovers

Posted on Aug 15, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Insulated Siding Makeovers

Siding is one of the best ways to transform your home’s appearance.  Not only does you home receive a brand new look it also recieves a brand new way to save energy.  One of the best ways to reduce your fuel bills is to defend your home against the elements. Reynolds Exteriors exclusively offers Sovereign Select® Energy Smart™ Siding by Revere which utilizes the insulating power of   Fullback® Siding Insulation to help block the transfer of hot and cold air, expertly achieving year-round energy savings. This patented, contoured foam insulation eliminates voids behind the siding...

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Exterior Trim–Water & Wood Rot

Posted on Aug 2, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Exterior Trim–Water & Wood Rot

Homeowners often select an improvement feature for it’s looks without considering the time and cost to maintain the it.  Most homes bought today have exposed wood trim all around the house. Wood trim is vulnerable to wood rot because it sticks out from your house. This means it’s exposed to more wind, sunlight, rain and other elements than most of your home. If you don’t consistently inspect and paint on a yearly basis then the exposed wood is open to water penetration and wood rot begins. A simple and cost effective solution is to have your wood trim wrapped with metal. These...

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Insulated Siding= Durable Cladding & Secure Seal

Posted on Jun 29, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Insulated Siding= Durable Cladding & Secure Seal

Insulated siding was recently featured in an article on PushingGreen.com, a new website targeted to consumers to help them save money by using “green” and energy-saving products. This is great publicity for the product category and will hopefully generate additional interest from environmentally conscious homeowners! Below is the full article from PushingGreen.com Insulated siding=Durable cladding & Secure Seal     Standards for energy efficiency are rising – a good thing. But with those rising standards comes a more competitive green marketplace. Take,...

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Eisenhower House at Kaneohe Bay Equipped with Insulated Siding

Posted on Jun 16, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Eisenhower House at Kaneohe Bay Equipped with Insulated Siding

HONOLULU — The historic Eisenhower House at the Kaneohe Bay Marine base has been equipped with solar power and has undergone renovations to make it exceptionally energy efficient. The house gets its name from the fact President Dwight D. Eisenhower stayed there for five days in 1960 after a tour of Asia. It’s now the home of base commanding officer Col. Robert Rice, who opened the house to guests during a ceremony last Wednesday. That energy produced by the solar panels on the roof is expected to equal the amount of energy the home consumes during a year, making it a “Net...

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