Windows provide our homes with light, warmth, and ventilation, but they can also negatively impact a home’s energy efficiency. You can reduce energy costs by installing energy-efficient windows in your home.
SELECTING NEW ENERGY-EFFICIENT WINDOWS
If your home has very old and/or inefficient windows, it might be more cost-effective to replace them than to try to improve their energy efficiency. New, energy-efficient windows eventually pay for themselves through lower heating and cooling costs, and sometimes even lighting costs.
When properly selected and installed, energy-efficient windows can help minimize your heating, cooling, and lighting costs. Improving window performance in your home involves design, selection, and installation.
FREE CONSULTATION ON REPLACEMENT WINDOWS
Integrity Exteriors & Remodelers helps you get the look and performance you expect, starting with a free in-home consultation to review:
• Your window replacement needs and style preferences • Benefits of wood, vinyl and storm protection windows • Actual window samples • Windows to fit your budget
Prior to your appointment, think about window features important to you, how long you plan to stay in your home and your budget. If possible, include household members who will help make the replacement window decision.
Let our trained professionals give you a quote on some new windows that will beautify your home, as well as save on your electric bill. Call us at763-753-2246for a free quote.
Replacement Windows – Types & Styles
You can get replacement windows in a variety and colors and styles and materials, including vinyl, aluminum and wood.
Single Hung windows feature a fixed top sash and movable bottom sash that tilts in for easy cleaning.
On slider windows, the sashes glide horizontally.
Bow windows consist of 3, 4 or 5 windows in a single frame. All the windows are equal in size and create a circular effect.
Basement windows open from the top, and typically are installed in basements.
Double hung windows feature movable upper and lower sashes that tilt inward for easy cleaning
Bay windows consist of three windows in a single frame. The center window is twice as big as the sides. The side windows may consist of two operable casements or double hung windows.
Garden windows provide a sunny spot for plants and flowers, and are typically installed in kitchens or dining areas.
A picture window is fixed and does not have a movable sash.
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