With winter fast approaching, it is vital to ensure your home is equipped to maintain warmth while reducing energy consumption during the cold months. If you are thinking about upgrading your home’s windows and doors with the newest and highest quality of energy efficient materials, below are a few things to consider before taking on an installation project.
Single Pane Windows
Looking for a traditional style of windows for your home while remaining within your budget? If so, single pane windows may be the right decision. Available in a vast assortment of sizes and materials, these windows, composed of only one layer of glass, allow ease of cleaning and provide a versatility of designs. Many of the most popular options include:
- Bay & Bow Windows
- Casement & Awning Windows
- Garden Windows
- Sliding & Tilt-In Sliding Windows, and even
- Sliding Patio Doors
Double Pane Windows
With a durable design that withstands wind, rain and basically any type of weather that mother nature has to offer, double pane windows are functional, easy to operate and add that essential element of classical elegance to virtually any decor. Constructed of aluminum screen frames with ventilation latches, these sturdy windows allow air circulation without the worry of bugs or other pests invading your habitat. For homeowners who are less concerned with the expense and more interested in a long-term investment, the double pane option is a favorable alternative compared to their single pane counterpart.
Conservation Windows prides itself in manufacturing and selling only the highest quality of home improvement merchandise and is committed to minimizing mankind’s environmental footprint on the earth. All of their products reduce energy consumption and surpass the guidelines of the Energy Star program within all 50 states of the United States of America.
No matter what type of windows and doors you choose for the next major home improvement, Conservation Windows has the right material to meet your homes’ needs. To learn more about their inventory of energy star and energy efficient replacement windows as well as the money saving benefits they provide, call 717-727-0072 to speak with a Conservation Windows representative today.