Your home’s windows play a big part in your home’s energy performance and comfort levels year-round. Your windows don’t suddenly become less energy-efficient, it happens slowly over months or years.
If your windows are outdated, there is a high chance that they won’t be able to function properly and when that happens, it is likely time for you to replace them or at the very least have them checked by the professionals of California Replacement Windows.
We have ten things to look out for if you suspect your windows are past their prime. If one or more of these sound familiar, it’s probably time to look into replacing your windows with MILGARD® Windows.
1. FEELS DRAFTY
It is time to consider replacing your windows if you feel the cold outside when you touch your windows or a draft when you stand nearby. That is because high-quality windows are energy efficient and can withstand to different climates. It also help keep the weather outside where it belongs.
Newer windows that use Low E glass help the temperature in your home remain more consistent year round and are better protected to resist color fading. It is time to replace your windows if they are made with single pane glasses or dual pane glasss.
3. UNABLE TO OPEN
There are many reasons a window may not open. However, if your windows stick or seem glued shut and won’t open at all, it’s time to consider replacing them. Older aluminum windows can also be another thing to consider since they swell during temperature changes.
4. LACK OF AIRFLOW
Older windows lack the proper insulation or ENERGY STAR® ratings that help keep heat out when the sun beats down on them. You may want to increase the air flow in your home by replacing a picture window..
5. OUTDOOR NOISES
When your windows aren't providing enough acoustic insulation, most of the time you might hear outside noises even when you close your windows. Many homeowners notice how quiet their home is once they install replacement windows that offers high Sound Transmission Class or STC Ratings.
6. VISIBLE DAMAGE
This is probably one of the easiest signals that it’s time to consider new windows. Depending on the severity, window damage may not be something you can live with for very long because it could affect the comfort of your home from a heating or cooling perspective.
If any of these sound familiar, it’s time to replace your old windows in for new, energy-efficient ones! At California Replacement Windows - an Orange County Vinyl Windows Replacement Company, we offer a wide variety of window styles to fit every home style and budget.
We are an Authorized Dealer and carry top, high-quality brands such as Simonton®, MILGARD®, and Anlin Windows and Doors. Contact us at 714-276-8780 to learn more and schedule your free consultation!
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MILGARD® Windows and Doors are available at California Replacement Windows along with installation services.
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To learn more, contact California Replacement Windows - an Authorized Dealer of MILGARD® Windows and Doors, Simonton® Windows and Doors, Anlin® Windows and Doors, and Norman Window Treatments throughout Los Angeles-Orange Country, Southern California.
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