What A Pane: A Guide to Glass Replacement Windows

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What A Pane: A Guide to Glass Replacement Windows

Even if you think home renovations are a pain, it’s important to notice places in your home that you can improve.

Old, drafty windows could be costing you big bucks when it comes to your utility bill. Glass replacement windows can help you with your energy bill as well as allow you to get a fresh new look for your house.

Continue reading to learn more about replacing your windows and choosing ones that are right for you.

Glass Replacement Windows for Your Home

With the many options available, you could be confused about double pane vs. triple pane windows and other options that you have. While you don’t have to become a window expert, it does help to have some understanding.

Triple Pane Replacement Windows

Triple pane replacement windows are great for areas that experience extreme weather — hot or cold. Since they are made up of three panes of glass rather than two, they give your home more protection from the elements.

You’ll also notice there is less noise that passes through due to the extra pane of glass. If you live in a noisy area like a city, you may opt for triple pane windows for this benefit alone.

One of the drawbacks of triple pane windows is that they do cost about 20% to 30% more than if you get double pane windows. They are also heavier which can make installation more difficult.

Double Pane Replacement Windows

If you live in a climate that has moderate temperatures all year round, it may not make sense for you to pay the extra money for triple pane windows. If you’re in a quiet area, you may not need them either.

Being able to get high-quality replacement windows for less is a big bonus when you’re trying to figure out whether to get double or triple pane windows.

The Right Decision for You

Since we offer services to the Denver area, we all know how cold it can get. Since the temperature can drop so low in the winter, if you have it in your budget to get the triple pane windows — this makes the most sense.

Not only will your home be more comfortable but you’ll notice that your energy bills aren’t as high in the winter. Drafty windows can cost you a lot of money. You can recoup some of your initial investment the first winter you have your windows.

As the years go by, the amount of savings keeps going up. Even the month of August can get rather hot so keeping the heat out and the cool air in, will also be a major benefit of your new windows.

Ready to Get Started?

Are you ready to get your glass replacement windows? We offer a lifetime warranty so you can feel safe and have peace of mind when you work with us.

Let us help you save on energy and make your home bright and beautiful. Contact us today to get started.

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