Window Film Installation Wahiawa HI

Local resource for window film installation in Wahiawa. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to window coverings and window tinting, as well as advice and content on window services.

Window Concepts
(808) 626-1966
95 1015 Meahou St
Mililani, HI
 
Coastal Windows Inc
(808) 676-0529
94-533 Puahi St
Kaneohe, HI
 
Screen Works
(808) 678-9018
94-806 Moloalo St Ste 105
Waipahu, HI
 
Windows Hawaii
(808) 671-0808
94-480 Akoki St Ste 4
Waipahu, HI
 
Coco Wood Enterprises
(808) 695-9800
84-1170 Farrington Hwy
Waianae, HI
 
Saiki's Window Design Inc
(808) 626-5007
95-1056 Kualapa St
Mililani, HI
 
Gateway Interiors
(808) 456-4502
659 Kamehameha Hwy
Pearl City, HI
 
Mililani Glass & Screen
(808) 678-9788
94-491 Ukee St Ste C
Waipahu, HI
 
Dan's Commercial Door Service
(808) 696-5396
86-982 Moekahi St
Waianae, HI
 
Hawaii Ironcraft Ltd
(808) 488-4630
99-1135 Iwaena St Ste 18
Aiea, HI
 

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Outlets along exterior walls are common draft locations.

It may be a New Year, but winter is still in full swing in most areas of the country. There is still much to be gained, or saved, from taking the necessary steps to weatherize the home against unwanted air flow, heat loss, and winter's general barrage of cold weather. Weatherizing the home can save up to 30% on energy bills, often to the tune of $300-$400, each year.

1. Home energy audit

There may be some rather obvious problem areas, usually revolving around windows and doors. Having a home energy audit performed -- or conducting your own -- will identify specific areas where weatherization is lacking and provide you with a substantial list of places to start.

2. Windows, doors, and other openings

Windows and doors are almost certainly weak spots in the home's overall weather seal. For starters, installing weatherstripping around all doors and windows is essential. On the exterior, caulk any and all gaps between windows and trim and between the trim and siding. Also caulk around any other openings, including water spigots, vents, meter boxes, gas pipes, etc.

Secondly, look into upgrading old, inefficient windows with new, Energy Star-rated models , especially those with low-e glazing. Apply glazing to glass panes (be sure to follow manufacturer's instructions) or install plastic window film over all windows, including basement windows and especially those facing north.

3. Electrical outlets

Read the full article in the CalFinder Remodeling and Home Solar Power Magazine

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