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Follow These Simple Tips When Choosing New Windows

Follow These Simple Tips When Choosing New Windows

New windows are a big investment, one that you only want to make once. So by educating yourself, you will choose the perfect windows for your needs.

First things first. Select the best windows you can afford. Recent advances in window and glass technology and manufacturing offer you the advantages of less maintenance, long-term savings on energy bills, and increased resale value of your home. That’s money in the bank!

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Telltale Signs That Your Windows Are Costing You Money

Telltale Signs That Your Windows Are Costing You Money

In older houses, faulty, old windows can account for a third of the total heat loss in winter and as much as 75 percent of interior heat gain in summer. If you have old, leaky windows, replacing them will cost you money up front, but in a few years they’ll have paid for themselves. You‘ll save so much on your energy bills, your new windows will not have cost you a dime.

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Benefits of Replacement Windows

Benefits of Replacement Windows

Many say new windows are a great way to save on your energy bills while also transforming the look of your home. Realtors say the curb appeal that new windows offer can actually help bring people into your home. Once you start researching new windows you will learn all about vinyl.

Windows made from vinyl are strong and provide very good energy savings having moderate to high R-values meaning that they are resistant to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the resistance and the higher their energy efficiency which in the long run will save you in heating and cooling costs.

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Energy Saving Windows

Energy Saving Windows

Replacing old leaky windows with modern tight ones can cut your energy costs in half, and Erie Construction Midwest wants to make sure consumers are made aware. This is a pretty strong statement and much of it depends on the climate where you live, the condition of your present windows, whether you have adequate insulation, and numerous other factors.

The decision to replace your windows cannot be made quickly. Cost and the pay-back period – how long it takes the energy savings to pay for the windows – generally is the first consideration. But the decision is seldom made on purely economic grounds. New windows improve your home’s aesthetics and increase its value. However, the number one reason for getting new windows today it seems is Energy Savings.

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Update Your Windows

Update Your Windows

The quickest and most affordable way to add value to your home and increase your energy savings is with vinyl replacement windows. If your home was built several years ago, the chances are you have old, leaky, single pane windows. Erie Construction Midwest has new, modern vinyl replacement windows, some with double, even triple panes, that will pay for themselves over the years with energy savings. They represent a great investment in your home.

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