The Many Ways You Can Save Money With New Windows
Are you thinking about a window replacement this year? If so, we applaud you on your choice. Replacing old windows is a smart choice, all the way around. They add beauty to your home, new functionality, increased ambiance in interior spaces, and are an investment that earns you money. Here are a few ways you'll see a return on your investment.
When you keep heat in your home, you'll be paying less on your heat bill. When you keep the cool air from your cooling system inside your home, you'll be paying less for electricity. These energy bill savings can add up over time.
Better coating. New windows come with new technology. The coating we use allows for less heat from the sun to get through your windows to heat up the interior of your home. That means you're going to spend less to keep things cool in the summer.
More window panes. If you replace old single or double pane windows with double or triple pane windows, you're going to be warmer and more comfortable this winter. But more than that, you're going to spend less on keeping your home heated. That is money in the bank!
Better spacers between the panes. Old windows will have spacers between the panes that use outdated technology or are non-existent. Either way, you're going to benefit from having a PPG's Intercept® warm-edge spacer system or a super spacer system that resists heat transfer.
98.8% Argon and Krypton gas. We have five different Low-E and inert gas configurations that will put a serious dent in those energy bills.
We hope you've never had to pay out money to have water damage fixed. But if you have, you know it can be costly. When you have replacement windows put in, you know that your home is going to be protected from unwanted water leaks that can get into your wall voids and cause wood to rot. This is savings that is hard to quantify, but definitely a factor that should be considered in the management of your home.
When you do your taxes, you can actually claim a window replacement as a deduction. The government wants to reward you for replacing old windows that aren't energy efficient with new windows that are Energy Star-approved.
Are you ready to make some money? Let's get started on your window upgrade. Our friendly and knowledgeable agents are standing by to walk you through the process.