Well-made windows are a worthwhile investment. They impact the aesthetic quality of both the inside and the outside of your home, as well as how energy efficient it is. If you want to cut down on monthly costs, it might be time for an upgrade. Follow these 3 steps to help you select the right replacement window option for your home.
Select a Style
Make sure you select windows that compliment the architecture of your home. For example, a Victorian-style abode will look beautiful with a different type of windows than a colonial-style house. If you’re going for something unique, specialty-shaped windows often work well with historic or modern homes. So remember, architecture is key, but there are also decorative modifications to choose from.
Select Your Frame
When you choose a replacement window, the frame is highly customizable. Wood and vinyl are two of your best options. Wood requires more upkeep. Vinyl, on the other hand, won’t warp or rot, and it comes in a wide range of colors.
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Select a Glass Package
If saving energy matters to you, pay attention to the glass package you select for your replacement window. This is the most crucial factor in cutting heating and cooling expenses. Low-cost and low-quality windows are unlikely to benefit your monthly energy bill. There are dual and triple glass panes. These are both energy saving, plus they block more outside sound if you have noisy neighbors.
Ameriside For Your Home
Replacement window companies provide better quality and service than big box stores, just check out our reviews on Yelp. At Ameriside, we only offer top-quality products, and our replacement windows meet or exceed ENERGY STAR® standards. Plus, we’re a registered E3 contractor.
Give us a call at (800) 599-8124. We’re happy to go over the variety of attractive financing options available for qualified homeowners.