Replacement Windows and Savings

Replacement windows and savings in North Carolina, and Roanoke, Virginia

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As a homeowner, when you think about replacement windows, it’s not out of the ordinary to ponder their energy efficiency. Of course that is usually concentrated on the energy efficiency of the replacement windows themselves. However, with the advancements in technology over the years, your replacement windows can provide much more than their own energy efficiency and can impact your monthly energy expenses.

You might ask – “So how is this?”

Essentially, when you invest in high-quality windows like those from Pella®, the glass and frame can work to keep heat out during the warmer months and cold out during the colder months. Doing so means the workload on your heating and cooling equipment can decrease as well, saving you money over time.

When you think it through, older windows that aren’t as energy efficient can make a huge impact on the quantity of heat and/or air leaving your home due to leaking windows. And that is air that you’ve already paid to heat up or cool down. That, along with the development of various glass coatings, like low-E (low-emissivity) coatings, may help reduce the amount of unwanted heat that enters in to your home.

Depending on the length of time since your home last had replacement windows installed, you may potentially be losing a lot of indoor air through leaky and inefficient windows and around the installed window. If you’d like to see all the replacement windows you have to select from Pella, feel free to stop by the North Carolina showroom, give us a ring at 866-539-4196 or set up an appointment with us online through our online scheduler.