Tired of soaring heating bills in the winter? Read on as [company_name], the leading window company in the region, shares five tips on minimizing thermal costs.
1. Replace Old Windows
Drafty windows can cause a 10% to 25% increase in your energy bills, according to Energy.gov. If your windows are drafty, they’re probably draining energy from your home, causing your HVAC system to work overtime to maintain a comfortable indoor climate. At Renewal by Andersen, we can install energy-efficient windows that help minimize your utility bills.
2. Window Styles
Different styles of windows have better insulating properties than others. Picture windows, for instance, are one of the most energy-efficient options you can find. In addition, they provide panoramic views of your landscape and work well in both traditional and modern homes.
3. Window Frame Material
Vinyl and wood are the most common frame materials, but both have drawbacks. We use an innovative composite material called Fibrex®, which combines the beauty and durability of wood with the low-maintenance nature of vinyl. It comes in a wide range of colors that can complement any architectural style.
Make sure to invest in a high-performance glass package for your windows. Our replacement units come with an exclusive High Performance™ Low-E4® glass that is 45% more energy efficient in summer and 56% more energy efficient in winter than ordinary dual pane glass. A low-conductivity spacer plus inert argon gases between the dual glass panels ensure heat doesn’t escape.
5. Window Replacement Process
The performance and longevity of your windows will also depend on the quality of the installation. Our crew follows a strict seven-step procedure to guarantee a successful project.
Renewal by Andersen of Eastern New York, your trusted window contractor, offers exceptional products and services to help improve your home’s energy efficiency and curb appeal. Our team of experts ensures proper installation of new windows to help achieve your remodeling goals. Call us at [company_phone] to learn about our replacement units.