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The Right Windows Can Add Warmth and Comfort to Your Home

Posted on January 12, 2018

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Now that the cold season is finally here, you may be in search of ways to increase the warmth in your home without increasing your heating bills. You may earn a decent income, but turning your thermostat up by even a few degrees can wreak havoc on your budget. Here are some ways you can make your house warm, cozy and save.

Check Your Windows 

If you can't remember the last time you had new windows in Minneapolis installed on your home, it may be time to have it done now. Windows are very durable and can last a long time. But they cannot last forever. Over time, the frames will crack and warp, and the caulk and weatherstripping will breakdown. Old windows are a common source of energy loss for many homeowners. If you find you need to frequently tape up, replace caulk and add weatherstripping, it is time for you to shop for replacements.

Get Double Glazed Windows

Windows are very thin. When they are old and no longer repairable condition, they can make it harder for homeowners to regulate the temperature in their homes. Some new windows in Minneapolis come with two panes that are layered together with a pocket of air or special inert gas in between them. They can be very beneficial in improving your home's energy efficiency during the fall and winter seasons. Their special construction prevents cold air from entering and warm air from escaping your home. 

Double glazed windows are an inexpensive way to lower your heating bills. But they are not the only way for you to achieve your goals. Make sure you hire a professional windows installer to prevent issues that can lead to premature repairs and thermal energy loss. 

Contact Zen Windows Twin Cities at 763-286-6871 to schedule a window consultation with one of our experts. We can help you make your home more desirable, functional and comfortable while staying within your budget.

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