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Are Sunrise Double Hung Windows the Right Choice for Your Home?

Sunrise sliding double hung windows are the ideal choice for the homeowner who wants to bring extra light and a sense of openness and expansiveness to any interior living space. Sunrise has a signature narrow-line window design offering an extended glass viewing area. The end result is a more open window that allows you to […]

New Vinyl Replacement Windows Can Lower Heating Bills

Indiana homeowners can lower their heating bills this winter by up to 40%, simply by installing new energy efficient vinyl replacement windows. No matter what style window you’re looking for, vinyl windows are a popular choice due to their low conductivity and a high energy efficiency rating. Trim A Seal is a licensed and insured window replacement contractor. […]

Top 5 Reasons to Replace Your Aluminum or Cement Siding with Vinyl

Thinking of replacing your old cement or aluminum siding? The expert siding contractors at Trim A Seal have compiled a list of the top 5 reasons you should consider installing vinyl siding instead. Great quality that can withstand rocks from lawnmowers, weather, etc. 2. Significantly improve face value and appearance of your home at low prices. 3. Easily replace […]

Having trouble with Clogged Gutters! Get Gutter Helmet and Never Clean Your Gutters Again.

Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year. What’s not so beautiful or enjoyable is clogged gutters! Cleaning gutters is an inevitable part of fall. Or is it? If you’re having problems with clogged or overflowing gutters on your Indiana home, maybe it’s time you considered Gutter Helmet. The permanent solution to cleaning gutters. […]

Hiring the Right Window Replacement Contractor in Indiana

Choosing a window replacement contractor in Northwest Indiana can be a time consuming and confusing chore. There are plenty of companies who install windows, but how do you know if you are choosing the right one? First off, many major manufacturers recommend installers specifically trained and certified for their products. This is a good place to start. To help make sure you […]

Everything You Need to Know about Replacing Vinyl Siding

Replacing the vinyl siding on your home can boost energy efficiency and improve your home’s value. In 2017, the average homeowner will spend between $4,900-$13,000 having new vinyl siding installed. According to Angie’s List, siding installation can return an 80 % investment or more. A good siding option for homeowners to consider is vinyl siding […]

Top 5 Reasons to Install Vinyl Siding

Thinking of replacing your old cement or aluminum siding? The expert siding contractors at Trim A Seal have compiled a list of the top 5 reasons you should consider installing vinyl siding instead. 1. Great quality that can withstand rocks from lawnmowers, weather, etc. 2. Significantly improve face value and appearance of your home at […]

Tax Credits on Energy Efficient Products for the Home

Looking for a tax credit for installing energy efficient products in your home? Currently homeowners can get a tax credit of 30%, by installing Solar Energy products. This applies to new and existing homes, primary and secondary residences as well. There are many types of energy efficient building products and products that make your home […]

Is it Time to Replace Your Home’s Old Windows?

There are lots of good reasons to replace home windows but most people procrastinate until winter comes and cold air is pouring in through windows that old, damaged, broken or have poor seals. With a winter like the one we’re having in Northwest Indiana, old windows can make winter seem more harsh and cost you […]

3 Great Reasons to Replace Old Windows in 2017

Are you having trouble keeping the temperature regulated in your Northern Indiana home this winter? Installing new replacement windows can help maintain a consistent temperature in your home by keeping  warm air  inside and cold air and wind out. For windows to operate efficiently, they must be well sealed with double or triple paned glass. […]