Changing out the the type of window can change the aesthetic and look of the whole home.
Just changing it over from a window that opens and a window that remains closed can make a huge difference and change the air quality in the home. Replacing the windows in your home is one of the largest and most important home improvement projects you can undertake. Choosing the right windows for your home and your budget are very important as windows are a long term investment and a significant impact on both your home’s value and comfort.
Today, there are a number of high efficiency glass options on the market designed to reduce heat transfer into the home and UV radiation that can fade carpets, furniture, and other items in the home. On a cold day, low-E glass can also prevent the radiant interior heat from escaping through the glass, reducing your home heating bills.
Installing ENERGY STAR qualified windows lowers energy bills and saves you money over single-pane and even new double-paned, clear-glass windows. For a typical home, choose ENERGY STAR and save: $126–$465 a year when replacing single-pane windows. $27–$111 a year over double-pane, clear glass replacement windows.
When is it a good time to replace your windows.
When your remodeling the are or looking for a makeover
While updating your home’s look. Changing out the the type of window can change the aesthetic and look of the whole home. Just changing it over from a window that opens and a window that remains closed can make a huge difference and change the air quality in the home.
Historical Home Renovations
Changing windows in historical homes will update the energy efficiency of the home while also allowing the style to remain similar to the older windows it is replacing. There are many ways to replace a window with an more efficient version if you are able to find a company that can customize the window style for you.
Drafty windows can cause your energy bills to go up by 25%. Replacing these windows can reduce your heating and cooling bills and pay for themselves over a couple of years.
A new year has come and some of you may have vowed to travel, lose some weight or quit smoking. Maybe spend more time with family and friends in this new year. Some of you may be thinking about a New Years Resolution for your home.
Some resolutions you may be considering might be:
Cutting down on Energy
Something that can pay off in the long run for you would be if you did something to help cut energy costs. Replacing old windows with new Energy Efficient windows can do the trick.
Adding more space to your home
You can add additional space to you home in a number of ways. Putting on an addition, or Remodeling your Basement or Attic can offer you more room.
Remodeling your Kitchen or Bathroom
Kitchens have become more then a place to prepare food. It can become a place for family and friends to converse and spend time together. Renovating a kitchen or simple additions like an island or nook can do the trick.
There are many ways your can improve or enhance your home. The nice thing about this New Years Resolution is that you will be able to enjoy it for years to come.
Happy New Year!
Whether your project is large or small, Commercial or Residential, Brewer Contracting will give it the care and attention it needs.
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