Saturday, February 21, 2009

It’s a World of Windows at Seattle Home Show 2009

From vinyl to wood and everything in between, there’s a window for just about everyone at the Seattle Home Show 2009. The nation’s oldest and largest consumer home show runs through Sunday February 22 at Qwest Field Event Center.

As energy costs rise, replacing windows with newer energy efficient offerings makes financial sense for many homeowners. Combined with the tax credit through the new economic stimulus plan, this makes for an additional financial bonus to satisfy almost any homeowner looking to save money.

Among the window companies at the Seattle Home Show 2009 is Lake Washington Windows and Doors, which is showcasing its line of energy efficient windows, doors and siding for single family homes and multi-family dwellings. Lake Washington caters both to homeowners seeking replacement windows as well as contractors. The company is showing vinyl, clad-wood, aluminum and fiberglass windows from leading manufacturers that not only use state of the art technology but are highly energy efficient.

For owners of vintage homes who love the look of the original windows, Cherry Creek is showcasing a unique solution. This Vashon Island based company offers replacement windows that look like the original ones, but which use leading edge technology to create windows that combine the beauty of vintage styles with energy efficiency. Cherry Creek can recreate the style of virtually any vintage home in the region.

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