While applying caulking and weatherstripping can eliminate drafts around your windows, these solutions are not as effective as getting new energy-efficient windows. When you make the switch to these modern windows, you can save a lot more energy and money in the long run.
Continue reading to learn more about the impact of new windows on your home’s energy efficiency.
Increased Energy Savings
Installing energy-efficient windows can reduce the amount of energy your home consumes. You can expect lower energy bills and an increase in the service life of your cooling system because it will not have to work twice as hard as when you have inefficient windows.
Another amazing benefit of getting modern windows is that it helps keep you and your family comfortable all year round. Because these windows are equipped with low-emissivity (low-E) coatings and airtight frames, it is easier to keep unwanted air out of your home and maintain your desired temperature inside your home.
High-performance windows like Fibrex® can handle expansion and contraction associated with weather changes. This feature assists in reducing condensation buildup. These windows also have spacers that allow for optimal airflow between the panes of glass and have superior insulating properties that make them resistant to heat flow.
An energy-saving window allows natural light to flow into your home while reducing the amount of heat gain. It also prevents furniture and other materials inside your home from fading even when constantly exposed to sunlight – all thanks to the specialized coating that filters harmful ultraviolet (UV) light. This advantage is a critical consideration when you are decorating a new home.
Boost the energy efficiency of your home by replacing your old, drafty windows with high-performance Fibrex windows. Renewal by Andersen® of Wyoming is here to help you. Just give us a call at (307) 472-2199, or fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment.