New windows are a great way to infuse your home with light and the feeling of being outdoors, however they can also be a weak point in maintaining energy efficiency. If they are not airtight they can be leaking much of your heating and cooling.
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Installing energy efficient windows in your house is not only a great way to improve the value of your home, but it will also reduce the amount you pay for your heating and cooling bills. Replacing older windows will create a better barrier against the elements by reducing drafts during colder months and helping keep the cooler air in during warmer months.
Benefits to installing new windows
Lower HVAC Costs. Can reduce the peak heating and cooling loads, in turn help in reducing HVAC equipment sizing
Improved Comfort. Cold glass can create uncomfortable drafts near the windows, and direct sunlight through windows on to people and interior surfaces can cause overheating and discomfort as well
Reduced Condensation. High-performance windows create warmer more insulated glass surfaces, reducing frost and condensation.
Increased Light & View. Sunlight and view are two main functions of a window. New windows can help reduce unwanted heat gain while still allowing sunlight to enter your home.
Reduced Fading. Materials and surfaces such as carpet, fabrics, paper, artwork, paints and wood may fade upon exposure to sunlight. Windows can influence the type and intensity of transmitted radiation.
Energy Efficient Windows –the Best View Anywhere!
Doing research before buying, as with anything, is essential. Purchasing and installing ENERGY STAR® windows lowers household and business energy bills by 7-15 percent, according to the ENERGY STAR® website. Lower energy consumption also reduces greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and shrinks a house’s carbon footprint.
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