|How Replacement Windows Improve Energy Efficiency|
The transfer of unwanted warm and cool air from your home adds hundreds of dollars to energy bills every year. Replacing windows can be a cost-effective way to prevent this air loss and save on your overall energy bill.
CONCERNS WITH SINGLE PANE WINDOWS
With it being the middle of the coldest months of the year it’s important to considersealing windows for winterweather to better keep your home warm and cozy without running up your heating costs. If you are not ready to replace them, there are a few steps you can take. The first is ensuring that the windows have properly working locks that will form a seal to block airflow. This also protects air from sneaking through microscopic gaps during wind storms.
CAULKING AROUND WINDOW TRIM
Trim frames a window and gives it depth, but gaps in the
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