The Benefits of Window Replacement
Replacing windows in your home can be extremely beneficial, especially if the windows are old. Window technology has improved tremendously, even in the last 20 years. So if you’re still living with original single pane windows, you have quite an opportunity for energy efficiency improvements by replacing your old windows with new Renewal by Andersen® double pane windows.
Even if you have double pane windows, it’s easy to tell if they may need replacing. Condensation build up between the panes of glass means the seal has broken, allowing the gasses to escape and facilitating the transfer of cold air to the inside pane of glass. On a very cold winter day, if you place your hand in the middle of the pane of glass, or if the window feels closer to the outside temperature than the inside, then it might be time to replace your windows.
Replacing windows that are old, drafty or difficult to open can change the way you use your home. Maybe you don’t open your windows on a sunny spring day because one window sticks and you don’t get a cross breeze. A drafty window may mean you don’t use a room in the winter for reading, relaxing or crafting. One comment we hear over and over again from our customers is “I wish I hadn’t waited so long.” Breathe new life into your home by replacing your windows.
If you think it might be time, we are ready to help you out. For more information about window replacement, visit us online or call to schedule a free consultation.
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