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Keep Your Home Cooler This Summer with New Windows

One of the best ways to keep the home cooler during the summer is to get some new windows. Although there is the initial cost of the windows, you will find that they can provide you with fantastic energy savings, as well as comfort, for years to come. Let’s get a closer look at how new windows can help to keep your home cooler.

Quality Frames

Vinyl frames are a good upgrade for your windows, and they can help to keep your house cooler in the summer. These types of frames have chambers for added insulation, which means there will be less heat transfer into your home and less cool air will escape your home through the window frames. These types of frames are energy efficient and easy to maintain.

Low-E Windows

Low-emissivity (Low-E) windows are a good option to consider. They reduce the amount of heat transfer that takes place through the window. It is an application that is applied to the windows. It doesn’t have any color or odor, and it’s added during manufacturing.

Gas Fills

One of the other things to look for with new windows is argon and krypton gas fills. These are colorless and odorless gases that help to insulate the window. They are used to fill the space between the panes of glass. This added insulation can help to keep the temperatures in your house more consistent throughout the year. This means a nice, cool summer this year and going forward.

The Installation Makes a Difference

You can buy the best windows that are made specifically for energy efficiency, but if they are not installed properly, it won’t help. Contact the reputable, professional window installers from Stanley Exteriors, so you can be sure you are getting high-quality windows installed correctly the first time.

When you have new windows that have features like those discussed above, it will be much easier to keep the house cool. Having some fans to help circulate the air is likely all you will need on most days, so you don’t have to run the AC nearly as much.

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