If you are in one or more of the situations below, then you should think about spending money on new windows for your home.
The windows do not work properly. The difficult opening / closing of the sash is the first sign of degradation. By replacing the windows, you get adequate functionality that ensures the protection of the interior space.
Natural ventilation goes beyond normal limits. It is important to allow the air in, but broken windows allow way too much air in, contributing to a drastic decrease in comfort. Replacing them will result in important energy savings, by limiting the costs related to heating or cooling the rooms, with the investment returning in a relatively short time.
Noise levels are above the limit. Outdoor noise is a problem, especially in urban environments. Classic windows are not able to keep noise pollution within the permissible values, which is another reason to replace them with more efficient models, able to provide adequate sound insulation.
Excessive penetration of UV radiation that creates the greenhouse effect. Solar rays easily penetrate the glass surface of the regular windows. By opting for insulating models with special (reflexive) glazing, the energy consumption used for cooling the space is reduced by up to 70%, the protection against excessive ultraviolet radiation resulting in increased indoor comfort.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 at 3:07 pm and is filed under Home Improvement.
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