Save Energy This Winter with New Windows

If your windows are out of date, have poor framing, untreated glass, or broken seals, it may be time to for full window replacement. While new windows are beneficial year-round, many homeowners notice the functionality of their windows most during the colder months. When heating your home becomes a priority, your windows can be the biggest factor in energy usage.

Replacement Windows in the Winter

During the winter months, you’ve probably noticed cold air seeping through your windows in spite of them being closed and locked. If this is the case in your home, you’re losing energy that you put towards heating your home, which means it takes considerably more to actually bring a space to a comfortable temperature.

Untreated glass allows heat to pass through it easily, which means that you are likely also losing energy during the summer months. Newer windows have improved on the technology of glass to reflect heat away from the window, keeping it warmer in the winter, and cooler in the summer. This means it will take considerably less energy to heat and cool your home, saving you on your heating and cooling bills each month.

Homeowners frequently just keep their homes relatively cold during the winter months because heating is simply too expensive. Your home is only as efficient as your windows, and by replacing them, you’ll be able to more easily afford to keep your family at a comfortable temperature. Why not invest in the value of your home, while also making it more comfortable to live in?

Warmer Homes for Harsh Winters

Updated windows can increase the value of your home, and they’ll also help to create a more pleasant environment all year for your family. Colorado is known for its harsh winters, so don’t be left out in the cold this year. If you have any questions about replacement windows, feel free to give us a call or send an email today!