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Accent Window Fashions LLC
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Hunter Douglas Energy Smart Style
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ent window treatment to be offered in Hunter Douglas’ Energy Smart Style event; available in an advanced cordless LiteRise® system that allows you to control
smart. Energy Smart Style Promotion February 1 — March 31, 2014 Hunter Douglas Silhouette Window Shadings The Silhouette is the second energy-efficient
Hunter Douglas Silhouette® Window Shadings Fills a Room with Beautiful Light. Brilliant Idea. Silhouette® window shadings diffuse and dispense the sun's
“Silouette's under curtains” — kdenicholas
CellularWindowShades.com
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Palladian style windows with decorative molding
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Palladian style windows with decorative molding
eyebrow window tops a set of windows in this living room, giving it an almost palladian-style configuration. Cellular Symphony Shades add an energy efficient
efficient window treatment that does not detract from the decorative molding Cordless shades eliminate dangling cords and give a more polished look. Photo
“Windows” — dhhcnm
Variety Blinds and Shutters
Designer Roller and Cellular Shades in a Modern Home
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the top of the window so as not to sacrifice views. These are also energy-efficient window treatments that add insulation to the windows.
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Jace Architecture
West Portal Private Residence
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the sun’s rays from ever reaching the windows.
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your WindowsEnergy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is
is by blocking the sun’s rays from ever reaching the windows.
“Keeps integrity of house with practical ideas.” — kailykay
Studio William Hefner
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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
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Where can I get these windows in California?
Where can I get these windows in Mallorca (Spain)?
replacing some very ugly 1970's bay windows in my home. These would be just the thing. I'd like to put a door in with windows, much like your arrangement in
library. The windows and door would open to a private outdoor reading area/garden.
used on this window/door wall. Most manufactures are required to use double pane (insulated glass) of door and window units to meet energy codes. Our
@terrivanlam Yes, our VIG option is a great choice for excellent energy efficiency. Below is also a picture of the glass. @Beth Walker If you could send
I don't know what exact windows you are looking at, but our windows are about the same price as steel windows, which are about two and a half times
for each pane of the steel windows?
“Doors to screen porch” — christifreitas
Zak Johnson Architects
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Artist Studio
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would be really nice windows to have. My home is in the process of being remodeled. I wonder if we could still replace a few of our windows. ...
love that these windows have a central pivot! Are they pretty easy to open? These are perfect for a unique studio space that needs a lot of light. What is
UV rays can cause carpets, upholstery and artwork to fade over time. Energy-efficient glass is the very best glass
help save you money on overall window cost.
Various factors contribute to a window’s efficiency. The U-factor measures its insulation
you money to have higher-efficiency windows on a west-facing side of your house, where the sun is more intense, and less efficient ones elsewhere to help
What brand of windows are these?
“Fensterfront” — Miri Wolf
Bali Construction
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Bali Construction
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laundry room. Throughout the home we replaced the windows with energy effecient double pane windows and new hardwood floors that also provide radiant heating
I really like the craftsman window that open outward...can you tell me the manufacturer
your comment! I apologize for such a delayed response. These windows were from The Window Warehouse in Emeryville, CA.
Is the trim around the wood windows painted grade wood?
Wood windows with airy white trim and cloud grey walls.
new replacement windows with a decent energy rating, and you’re installing them yourself, you can expect to pay $190 to $275 per window, depending on the
the size and efficiency,” he says. “If you hire someone to install them, that number might shoot up to $285 to more than $400 per window,” he continues
“Window treatmenrs” — jlp1970
Liz Carroll Interiors
Breakfast Room
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Does the window valance material have a seam in it. I didn't think any
I like the fabric of the window treatments
continuity of window treatment all the way across
4. Try a more formal window treatment. Traditional spaces have a longstanding love affair with fancy window treatments of all types. So instead of hanging
started on a weekend, when you can knock out the biggest tasks while your energy and motivation are high. Then finish up during smaller pockets of time during
with hard treatments on each window
“cornice design” — stoltz5
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