Here’s What to Consider When Replacing a Window

Replacing a Window

Are your windows showing signs of wear and tear? Do you feel drafts, notice rising energy bills, or simply want to give your home a fresh look?  Then replacing a window (or all your home’s windows) could be just what the doctor ordered. Knowing that you want to replace your home’s windows is one thing. […]

6 Ways To Use Wood Moulding Profiles To Personalize Your New Windows and Doors

Wood Moulding Profiles

Are you looking to add a touch of elegance and style to your home? Wood moulding profiles could be the answer you’ve been searching for!  At Johnson Lumber, with over 100 years of experience serving the Maryland community, we are committed to providing homeowners with top-quality custom builders materials and decking materials.  And one of […]

How Energy Efficient Windows Can Save You Money

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As a homeowner, you’re always on the lookout for ways to save money and make your home more energy efficient. This is how energy efficient windows can help. One area often overlooked is your windows. Did you know that windows can be a prime culprit when it comes to energy loss?  They can let in drafts […]

How to Measure for New Windows And Get Accurate Estimates for Your Project

Measure for New Windows

Are you considering replacing your windows but aren’t quite sure where to start? As a homeowner, it’s essential to measure for new windows properly and effectively. This is true no matter what your reason for replacing the windows may be, including an outdated style, repairing damage, or poor energy efficiency. By taking precise measurements, you […]

DIY vs Professional Window Replacement: 3 Things To Consider

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Noticing water leaking in through the windows? A drafty room? Or did an errant ball from the kids’ baseball practice lead to a broken window?   When it’s time to fix a window in your home, you may be asking yourself if it can be repaired, if it needs to be replaced, and most importantly, who’s […]

Upgrade Your Home’s Windows For The Winter

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Have you ever wondered why your energy costs increase in the winter?  One reason for those more painful bills might be that you’re using more heat. Still, you also use air conditioning during the summer, so that seems like it should break even. The real secret behind your bills sneaking higher and higher? Your windows. […]

Finding More Energy Efficient Windows For Your Home

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Finding energy efficient windows that fit your style After you’ve lived in your home for a while, you may start to see certain costs creeping up. Electricity costs when the days get shorter. Air conditioning costs over the summer. Heating costs over the winter.  One of the common culprits for costs associated with higher-than-expected energy […]

3 Reasons to Consider Window Replacements

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Don’t Wait Until You Need Window Replacements. Most homeowners don’t think about replacing their windows as much as they may think of other remodeling projects in their home… until something goes wrong. Windows are responsible for some of the most important jobs in your home. So, making sure that they’re performing as they should is more […]

Energy Efficient Windows

Energy Efficient Windows

Ever wonder why your energy bill goes up in the winter? It could be your non energy efficient windows. While you’re preparing for the cold and winterizing your home, make sure inspecting your windows is on the checklist. If you notice even a slight draft or a drop in temperature near your windows, it may […]

Prepare your Windows and Doors for Winter

Windows and Doors

Windows and doors are the gateways into our homes – for friends and family, for good vibes and good times. But they also let in the bad stuff too, especially when you’re not thinking about it. When winter comes, most of us think about stocking up on firewood, checking our furnace filters, and making sure […]