Making Your Windows Work

Windows take up about 15-20 percent of a home’s walls. They can add visual appeal both inside and out, and allow beneficial natural light inside. The type of windows you have in your home play an important role in heating and cooling.

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WINDOWS LOSE MORE HEAT PER SQUARE FOOT IN WINTER AND GAIN MORE HEAT IN SUMMER THAN ANY OTHER SURFACE!

There are multiple benefits to making sure your home’s windows are insulated and energy-efficient. Here are three key benefits that might make you take a second look at the quality of your home’s windows. 

•    ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY.  Energy-efficient windows will keep your home cool and comfy without taxing the AC or heater. You will lower energy usage and wear and tear on your HVAC system. 

•    REDUCE BILLS.  Using less energy to heat and cool your home means you’ll spend less each month on your utility bill. Because your HVAC system is not working as hard to keep your space at a comfortable temperature, you’ll spend less on repairs to an overworked unit! 

•    QUIET TIME.  An added benefit of highly insulative, energy-efficient windows is their soundproofing qualities. Not only do good windows keep your home temperate with less effort, they also reduce noises from sirens and traffic. 

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Need help determining whether your windows are working for you? 

Call us at (870) 536-9449 to schedule an appointment.