Winter is coming, which means your heating bills will soon be going up. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce your energy consumption this winter without sacrificing your comfort. In today’s post, your trusted window company, [company_name], shares five ways to lower your heating costs:
1. Inspect Your Windows
Old windows allow moisture and cold drafts to enter your living space through cracks and gaps. This means your HVAC system has to consume more energy to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. Installing new, durable units from Renewal by Andersen is an effective way to reduce energy loss in your home, especially during the coming cold months.
2. Our Variety of Window Styles
We offer various window styles, each designed to address specific needs for your home. Picture windows, for example, are great choices for homes that experience cold winters. They feature an expansive, non-ventilating glass area that can frame beautiful panoramic views while minimizing energy loss in your home.
3. Our Signature Fibrex® Material
At Renewal by Andersen, all our windows are built with our signature Fibrex material, which combines the best features of wood and thermoplastic. This composite has inherent and potent insulating properties, reducing heat transfer into and out of your home. This helps maintain thermal stability inside, minimizing the burden on your HVAC system while increasing your comfort.
4. Our Exquisite Glass Options
Our windows come standard with dual glass panels. In between the panels, we place a low-conductivity spacer and inert argon gases to prevent heat from escaping. When it comes to conserving energy, using the right glass package makes all the difference. Fortunately, we offer two exquisite options: our High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass and our High-Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass, both of which can generate significant energy savings in the winter.
5. Professional and Flawless Installation
Your replacement windows are only as good as the quality of the installation. Rest assured that your factory-trained window contractor will employ our unique Zero Defect inspection. This ensures flawless precision during the installation of your composite windows.
Call us today at [company_phone] or complete our form to learn more ways we can help you save on heating costs this winter.