Office Window Treatments Belleville IL

When it comes to heat loss in the winter, energy savings can come with 'Thermal' curtains that let the light in but keep the heat from getting out. Consider high insulation translucent curtains and also environmentally friendly, toxic free fabrics.

Kurrin & Richards Inc
(314) 256-9111
225 S Jackson St
Belleville, IL

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Tom's Troy Garage Door Inc
(618) 644-6300
9935 Us Highway 40
Saint Jacob, IL

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Cardinal Door
(636) 677-4444
9741 Gravois Rd
Saint Louis, MO

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Remodeling Dreams
(847) 553-8248
904 S. Roselle Road
Schaumburg, IL
Services
Remodeling Dreams Specializes in Window and Door Replacement for residential and commercial projects.
Awards
Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau NARI - National Association of the Remodeling Industry Pella Professional Remodeler
Membership Organizations
Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau NARI - National Association of the Remodeling Industry Pella Professional Remodeler
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We offer our customers the opportunity to purchase windows and doors at contractor pricing. Since our customer purchase direct, the cost of materials versus labor is Clear.

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Premier Quality Windows & Siding
1981 Wiesbrook Drive #AF
Oswego, IL
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Specialty Contractor

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Eye on Design Drapery, Shutters & Blinds, Inc.
(618) 257-9750
309 E. Main St.
Belleville, IL
 
Viviano Windows Doors Kitchen and More
(314) 353-8350
6477 Chippewa St
St Louis, MO
Services
replacement windows, storm doors, garage doors, kitchen, cabinets
Hours
10am-5pm Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm Sat, closed on Sunday

Custom Built Windows Inc
(847) 459-5077
420 Parkchester Rd.
Buffalo Grove, IL
Services
Custom Built's expertise is windows, siding, soffit & fascia, gutters, shutters, doors, roofing,and more...
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The Better Business Bureau.
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The Better Business Bureau.
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We always give the best price possible.

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Woodland Windows and Doors
(630) 529-DOOR
25 W 355 Lake Street
Roselle, IL
Services
We are a family-owned and operated business in Roselle, Ill. since 1969, offering windows and doors for both new construction and replacement applications. We have built our reputation on quality craftsmanship, and our product line is one of the best
Awards
Recently, Woodland was recognized by Real Estate & Construction Review and received a Plaque of Honor for our work on the Village of Huntley Municipal Complex  designated as one of the top projects in Illinois. We also have a 5-Star rating and have rec
Membership Organizations
Woodland is a member of the Better Business Bureau, the Condo Association Institute (CAI) and American Condominium, the Townhouse and Homeowner Association (ACTHA), and the Homebuilders Association of Greater Chicago (HBAGC).
Prices and/or Promotions
Yes! You can find our special promotions listed on our website at www.woodlandwindows.com. Just click on Monthly Specials located at the far right side of the menu, and then again on Monthly Specials in the dropdown list.

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Next Door & Window
9704 Industrial Dr.
Bridgeview, IL
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Specialty Contractor
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Angie's List, Better Business Bureau

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Office Window Treatments

Office Window Treatments

Spend $2,400 now and SAVE $595 each year... ROI = 24.8%

Proper window treatments can save you money in both the heating and cooling season. According to the Department of Energy (DOE), 25% of the energy used to heat and cool small offices and homes goes right out the window. The US average cost per employee for heating and cooling is $238 per year. For an office of ten employees, that adds up to $2,380, of which $595 is literally "going out the window".

The reality of this is clear when you think that windows make up around 25% of an exterior wall surface and windows have an insulation 'R' value that is only around 2 versus a wall that has an 'R' value by code of 19. The windows are like thermal holes in your office with only one tenth of the insulation as the walls. Over the summer, windows let in the light and the heat. Interior shades and blinds can help keep the heat out. However, shading windows from the outside is even more effective. Shading options include awnings, solar shade screens, or tinted window film.

In larger buildings, most of the air conditioning load comes from the lights, equipment, and people inside. In smaller offices, a larger share comes from outside. When it’s hot and sunny, air conditioning use simply increases. Fortunately, there are great ways to cut the solar heat gain and the associated cooling costs.

Solar heat gain occurs through a building’s roof, windows, and walls. There are “shading” opportunities for all three surfaces. Reflective smart roof coatings, office vegetation shading, and window films and shading. Not every office building can take advantage of all three, but most can at least take advantage of window films and shading. Make sure to check out products with Sun Shades and Honeycombs for energy savings. If your small business office has operable windows, you can also consider installing 'Solar Screens'. They’ll keep that cool breeze coming through, but will block up to 80% of the sun’s heat and glare. When it comes to heat loss in the winter, energy savings can come with 'Thermal' curtains that let the light in but keep the heat from getting out.

Consider high insulation translucent curtains and also environmentally friendly, toxic free fabrics. You not only save on the utilities, but you may also save on your employees health, since eco friendly fabrics are not full of the chemicals used in commercial fabric production. If you take the time to draw Thermal curtains shut, especially on the north side and in the evening over the winter, you will cost-effectively 'hold' in the heat. There are diverse styles of coverings, including Roman fold, top/down, bottom/up and motorized, and the average R-values range from 2 to 2.9, plus adding an optional liner increases that by one to two points. So, you can more than double the insulation value of your windows. Thermal double cellular shades cost between $150–$250 p...

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