Here’s the deal – big advancements in window technology, combined with seasonal savings and unusually generous discounts by contractors, have homeowners rushing to lock in their savings.
It’s simple – old windows cost you a lot of money. They cost you money in the summer, and they really cost you money in the winter.
Month after month, year after year, dollars fly out of your old windows.
But you can stop that cold – and cut your utility bills by up to 40% - by installing new, energy-efficient windows. Here are three reasons this makes a ton of sense:
Your old windows probably have frame rot, which can spread mold throughout your house. They are also more prone to letting outside noise in, and we’ve already discussed that you lose tons of heat and air conditioning (up to 25% loss, according to the US Department of Energy).
New windows put an end to this. Add in the limited time seasonal savings and savings, and it pays off big time.