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3 Benefits of Upgrading Your Home's Old Windows

Last updated 4 years ago

Is your home looking tired or dated? Replacing your windows can make your home feel fresh and new, but that is far from the only reason you should consider them. If you’re on the fence about replacing the windows in your home, these three benefits may help you make up your mind:

Energy Efficiency
Replacing windows is an investment that will pay off each month when your energy bills arrive. If you have an older home, your windows are not likely to be energy efficient. That means the cold and heat from outdoors are pouring into your home, while your home’s air conditioning and heat are seeping outside. Choose replacement windows that are Energy Star-rated to see the most significant improvement.  

Safety
Do you have pets and children in your household? Replacement windows could be safer for them than what you have now. If you like to open your windows for fresh air, choose double-sashed windows that open at the top instead of the bottom to reduce the risk of falls. You can even opt for replacement windows with a special locking mechanism that lets you open the window enough to let in fresh air without actually unlocking the window.

Noise Reduction
Are you tired of waking up every time a loud car drives by or the neighbors have a party?  Replace your single-pane windows with double-pane ones to dramatically reduce the noise that creeps into your home. As an added benefit, double-pane windows are much less susceptible to breakage than their single-pane counterparts.

Which replacement windows are right for you? Talk to the expert team at California Glass & Window about what you want from your windows, and we’ll fit your home with the best products. We offer a huge selection of the best windows available, including Simonton and Milgard products.  Call us at (714) 434-8650 to learn more.

 

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