Kasson & Keller's high-performance windows offer a blend of modern technology, quality materials, energy savings, and a commitment to sustainability.
Kas-Kel's innovative window solutions are rewriting the script for communities in need, revitalizing historic buildings and modern residences alike.
Tenants in multi-family and affordable housing residences lead busy lives, frequently juggling jobs, school, family, and community involvement.
The windows you choose play a vital role in achieving each of those goals, and Kas-Kel’s 2200 High Efficiency Windows with Interlock Features offer property owners a long life expectancy, a sense of security, and the promise of energy savings.
There's nothing quite like a warm spring day, the gentle breeze carrying the sweet scent of blossoming flowers into your home. Opening your windows to let the fresh air in is a simple pleasure that can brighten even the gloomiest of moods.
As the name suggests, storm windows were introduced in the 1930s to protect traditional wood frame, single-glazed windows from inclement weather. This extra layer of protection also improved the thermal performance of single-pane windows, and it reduced drafts. Windows are responsible for a huge amount of unnecessary heating and cooling costs – up to 30%, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Outdated windows come with their own price tag. Windows are responsible for a huge amount of unnecessary heating and cooling costs – up to 30%, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Modern homeowWhen it’s time to replace outdated windows, homeowners have more options now than ever before. Energy efficient, affordable windows can be customized to suit any home’s architectural style or custom designed to create an entirely new style. With so many window options available, it can be hard to decide which window style will be right for your home.
New windows can completely transform a home’s appearance and add charming curb appeal. However, choosing the best window for your home isn’t just about style. Windows play a significant role in your home’s energy efficiency.
Degraded windows create a number of problems for homeowners. Because they are so multi-functional, degraded windows quickly take a toll on the appearance, comfort, and cost effectiveness of your home. The average residential window has a lifespan of 15 to 30 years, but poor window quality, a bad installation, or environmental factors can all age a window faster.