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If you shy away from your windows during the winter, battle a constantly stifling home in the summer, hope to cut down on fading fabrics near windows, or simply want to feel more secure in your home, then a window upgrade can help address these common homeowner woes.
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Discussed in Part 1 of this blog, multi-pane windows have become the standard in the industry due to their insulating power. In addition to having multiple panes, a professional can apply important coatings or treatments to your windows that will affect not only their energy efficiency but also the safety of your home and family.
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Windows can make or break a home’s thermal performance. Windows with the wrong type of glass will cause rooms to overheat in summer, and in winter, the windows will leak heat like a sieve.
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There are several reasons why homeowners should take a little extra time when choosing replacement windows. First of all, as a key component of energy efficiency, windows have lately become much more varied and high-tech. Moreover, windows are a defining feature of every house, so homeowners would be wise to find replacements with curb appeal.
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Discussed in Part 1, the structure and material of windows and doors can affect their ability to insulate your home. But, homeowners often face a dizzying array of terms and labels that classify the energy efficiency of these products.
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Purchasing energy-efficient windows and doors for your home will aid in reducing your energy bill and increasing the comfort of your home. While you may have already decided to buy energy-efficient windows and doors, you still have to decide which ones are best for your home.
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