Don’t let your hard-earned money drift out through your old windows
One of the best ways to keep your energy bill in check is to replace your old windows with new, efficient ones. Not only can new windows help keep your energy bills down, they will also give your home a new, stylish facelift.
How do I know if I should replace my windows?
If you live in an older home and your windows are more than 15 or 30 years old, you may begin to notice increased wear and tear. Additionally, your windows may be single pane glass, or the frames may be made with outdated aluminium materials.
Other common reasons to replace your windows include:
- Poor energy efficiency
- Windows are unattractive, faded, worn, or appear outdated
- Windows are bowed, sagging or bent, creating pockets of air infiltration
- Windows leak during rainfall
- Windows collect condensation between panes