How New Windows Warm Your Home & Lower Costs During Winter
As the winter holidays approach, we do all we can to create a comfortable, beautiful space where our friends and family can gather. However, it will be hard for you and your family to stay comfortable if drafty windows make it hard to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
Keep your home warm and toasty by replacing your windows in the winter.
4 Ways Replacement Windows Will Make Your Home More Comfortable During the Winter
Here’s how new windows from Woodbridge Home Solutions can make your home cozier during the winter months.
Triple-paned windows help minimize heat transfer.
Our Woodbridge Classic line of energy-efficient windows comes with high-performance triple-paned window glass and other energy-saving features to help minimize heat transfer. This means that the heat produced by your furnace will stay inside your home, making your rooms more comfortable.
But it’s not just the three panes of glass that will keep the warm air inside during the winter. A spacer separates these glass layers. The spacer forms a pocket between glass panes, and our window manufacturer improves the insulation properties of the windows by filling the pockets with inert gas.
To learn more about the science behind the Woodbridge Classic line of energy-efficient windows, get in touch with us today. Our team will be happy to describe how our windows minimize heat loss.
A window replacement project can let in more natural light.
Your winter window installation project will reduce the amount of cold air that seeps in through and around your windows, and your new windows could let more natural light into your living space. Of course, when the days become shorter, we appreciate letting in as much natural light as possible.
Consider combining window groups into one large picture window when installing replacement windows in your home. You may also want to install windows of a larger size or add windows to a room. New bay windows are also great ways to let in more natural light while adding an interesting architectural detail to your home.
New windows can help soundproof your house.
It’s not often discussed, but another benefit of replacing windows is that the insulation qualities can lead to a more peaceful home. You’ll sleep through the trash trucks and snow plows going up and down your street. Many homeowners are pleasantly surprised by this added benefit of replacing their old leaky windows.
Replacement windows will lower your energy bills.
New windows will minimize heat transfer, let in more natural light, and soundproof your home – all of which will make your home more comfortable during the winter. Of course, decreasing your heating and cooling bills won’t make your home more comfortable. However, you’ll love knowing your energy bills won’t skyrocket as soon as the temperatures drop.
Can you install replacement windows during the winter?
Typically, homeowners don’t think about completing exterior home remodeling projects during the winter, which means you’re likely to get your new windows installed much sooner.
The cold weather (and strong wind) may also help you identify which windows need to be replaced. Hold your damp hand around your old window to feel a small gap in your window frame. This will help you pinpoint which windows need to be replaced immediately.
Finally, Woodbridge Home Solutions’ has a whole team of expert window installers who understand how to minimize the disruption to your daily life when completing a window replacement job. We will do all we can to block cold air from entering your home. Installing windows is one of our specialties, and we take great pride in the work performed by our crews.
Get Started with Winter Window Installation Today
New windows will make your home warmer during the winter. Your window replacement project could also let in more natural light and will soundproof your space. Of course, when installing energy-efficient windows, you will undoubtedly be able to save on energy costs – during the winter and the summer.
Contact Woodbridge Home Solutions today to learn more about the benefits of replacing your windows during the winter.