Home Improvement Tip: Get Rid of Drafts with New Windows
As the temperature outside drops, windows that leak might cause many problems in your home. This is because leaky windows cause drafts and will make the interiors of your home uncomfortably cold whenever the temperature outside plummets.
Problems with Leaks and Drafts
To counteract the “extra” cold seeping into your home through leaky windows, you’ll probably have to rely on your heaters even more. However, we all know where this can lead—a significant increase in your energy bills.
Further, problems like this occur not only during colder days. During summers, when temperatures here in Texas skyrocket to a whopping 90°F on average, indoor temperatures will also likely soar. You can do one of two things: (1) crank up the air conditioner to make your home comfortably cool and expect a costly electric bill in return or (2) suffer the consequences of an intolerably scorching home. Either way seems like a huge dilemma for homeowners.
Invest in Energy-Saving Replacements
If you notice your heating and cooling bills are increasing every year, it’s best to check your windows and find out if they’re leaking. If they are, consider investing in energy saving windows in Midland, TX, and in the surrounding areas. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, inefficient windows are responsible for up to 30% of heating and cooling energy leaking out of your home. This means you’re losing a significant amount of valuable energy, no thanks to your leaky windows! This will also put a big dent in your wallet.
If you’re in need of energy saving windows in Lubbock, TX, and the nearby areas, Jones & Associates is your best bet. State-of-the-art technology, combined with proper installation, goes into each and every energy-efficient window we install, thanks to our insulated frames, low-E glass, and expert installation skills. Just give us a call to learn more about us, our products, and services.