Homeowners, both new and old face the tough task of purchasing and replacing windows in their home. It may be one, a couple, to make that remodeled home pop, or it might be a complete set to truly maximize your homes energy efficiency. Many considerations must be carefully weighed before both, purchasing windows for a new home or replacement of existing windows in your existing home. The most important factor to weigh is the style and operational design of the windows because they add a huge amount of aesthetic appeal. Plus, let’s face it you’ll look at them every day so you are going to have to love it! No matter the case, you may opt for the timeless double hung window which makes use of both the upper and lower sashes, giving you the capability of ventilating a room very quickly. Other remodeling plans call for different designs such as a bay, a garden window, or a casement window that opens outward. If the outward design is not quite what you’re searching for look no further than a sliding window, which will free up floor space and allow for natural light to pour in overhead.
Save Money with Efficient Windows
Customers who opt to install our Energy Star windows in their home saved an average of 12 percent or more on their utility costs throughout the year. Living in a state such as Wisconsin, we know that that savings can be even higher due to our harsh winters and hot summers. To put that in perspective, a customer who spends $150 a month or $1800 a year can be saving $18 per month or $216 per year. Be sure to ask our window expert on the return on investment by switching from single pane to double! Additionally, the efficient windows are also highly effective at keeping noise levels down or out of your home. If you live near a busy neighborhood, have a neighbor whose dog wakes up before the sun, or have an ancient neighbor who always mows his lawn at 6:30 AM on a Saturday, you’ll be very thankful for the double or triple pane glass technology we have offer.