Many American homeowners find it difficult to stay within their monthly budget when their utility bills soar sky high, but there are some easy things that you can do to make your h
Category: Energy Conservation
If you have purchased a newer home recently, such as one built in the last ten years; you have probably already realized some of the components aren’t all that great.
As the hot summer days come to an end, and we transition into fall you might be consider making your home more energy efficient before the colder months approach.
If your home or business is more than twenty years old, it may be time to consider upgrading and replacing your homes insulation.
The Texas Summer is around the corner. What is the difference between a Texas Summer and a regular Summer? You must not be from Texas if you have to ask.
The Texas Summer is about to kick into full infernal form—is your Houston home ready for the merciless Texas heat? Even though Texas doesn’t see a lot of extreme cold, winter t
When is it time to start thinking about the energy efficiency of your Houston home? The answer from Superior Windows is NOW! May is here and that means hot Houston summer days are
The Texas heat can be brutal, and the exterior of our homes are built to take a beating.
Completely cutting off all air flow through your windows and doors is not possible.
National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)
Windows and doors are the single biggest source of home energy loss through unwanted heat gain, or heat loss, depending on the season.