Spotlight on Denver Architecture: The Brown Palace

One of our favorite pieces of architecture in Denver is the historic Brown Palace Hotel. It is the second-oldest operating hotel of Denver and is one of the first atrium-style hotels ever built. Henry C. Brown built the triangular-shaped hotel at 321 17th St. in 1892, and it is the city’s second-oldest hotel, after theContinue reading “Spotlight on Denver Architecture: The Brown Palace”

Denver High Quality Windows

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] High Quality Windows Windows provide the ability for us to view the outdoors from the comfort of our homes. In many cases we might take them for granted, but the windows are a highly important part of our house. If our windows are low quality, they might freeze during the wintertime or fog upContinue reading “Denver High Quality Windows”

Habitat For Humanity, Andersen Windows…Serving those who served

Habitat For Humanity, Andersen Windows…Serving those who served Serving those who served By: John Golden Posted date: November 15, 2013 In: Construction, Nonprofits, Westchester | comment : 0 Gretchen Kim, a matrimonial lawyer in Yonkers, donned a hardhat on Veterans Day and joined a crew of 15 volunteers from the Westchester County Bar Association dressed not for court but for an eight-hour day of manualContinue reading “Habitat For Humanity, Andersen Windows…Serving those who served”

Want to lead a green life?

Want to lead a green life? Start by replacing poorly fitting windows in your home. Let’s take a look at what is happening in China:                   Energy wasted from leakage around windows and doors makes up 20 percent of total home energy consumption in China, according toContinue reading “Want to lead a green life?”