More and more people are growing more environmentally conscious and looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint. You can improve your home’s energy efficiency with high-quality replacement windows. They offer better insulation and can reduce your dependence on your HVAC system.
Here’s how new windows can improve your home’s energy efficiency.
Many of today’s windows come in more durable frame options like Renewal by Andersen®’s Fibrex® material. When combined with multipane glass, you will have windows that can help minimize heat loss in your home. The space between the panes of glass acts as an extra layer of insulation against the heat or cold, making it easier to keep your indoor spaces at consistent temperatures. It’s one of the main reasons dual-pane windows perform remarkably better than their single-pane counterparts.
Lower Heating and Cooling Costs
Old or drafty windows will allow conditioned air to escape and warm outdoor air to enter your living space. When this happens, your HVAC system will work harder and consume more energy. Besides increasing your utility costs, it can also strain the components of your heating and cooling equipment. Save yourself from these issues by replacing leaky windows with high-quality units.
After replacing your outdated single-pane windows, you will notice an immediate improvement in your indoor comfort. Energy-efficient windows can lower energy bills by helping keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter. They also excel at blocking outdoor noise, thanks to their improved insulation. These windows will benefit people living near roads or busy neighborhoods.
Make your new windows last by choosing a dependable company for their installation. Whether you are looking for energy-efficient casements or double hung windows, you can count on Renewal by Andersen of Central Pennsylvania. Call us at (717) 591-4900 or complete our online form to schedule a consultation. We serve clients in Harrisburg, PA, and surrounding areas.