At first, many do not even consider energy efficiency when it comes to new windows; but today, energy-efficient windows can be a huge factor in saving you money in the long run. Some types of windows are rated highly in blocking solar heat, air leakage, and condensation. If you decide to invest in these features, you could almost cut your energy bill in half. Make sure to ask your window replacement experts about options regarding energy-efficient features. The best thing you can do when buying new windows is ask as many questions as possible.
When deciding on a company, make sure you take a look at its warranty terms. Some companies offer lifetime warranties on window replacements. Other companies offer 5-, 10-, and 20-year
warranties. Look for a lifetime warranty, but if you can’t find one, anything above a 10-year warranty is still a great deal.
Be sure to take into account which sides of your house get the most sun. Are there trees blocking the windows on one side? If so, it’s probably not as important to spend more on expensive, highly energy-efficient windows. Do you have large windows near your dining room that let in too much sun, making eating dinner even more of a chore? You should probably consider investing in some higher-end windows for your home.