Having Windows With Double Glazing Installed

The Great Benefits Of Having Windows With Double Glazing Installed

There are a number of improvements that you can do to your home that will increase its value as much or more than the investment. The one mistake that a lot of people make is they make these improvements just before they sell, and never gain the comfort and convenience from the improvements they’ve made. A wise homeowner would install new windows with double glazing long before they sell so that they could reap the benefits. The same goes for adding a new porch, deck, paint or maybe a kitchen remodel. If you wait until it’s time to sell, you’re just buying the next owner a real nice house.

If You Want Your Home To Stand Out, New Windows Are The Right Step

When people drive by your home and look at it, do they see antiquated windows and doors? Older windows can be a real eyesore that gets noticed by every passerby. As the homeowner, you may get used to the look and not even notice.

In addition to new windows, some nice decorative shutters painted a modern complementary color can add great accents to the exterior of your home for very little money. A couple of flower boxes on the front windows can also be great, in the winter you can take the flowers inside and replace them with plastic, no one will ever know.

In Most Parts Of The Country Double Glazing Is Required

The old style windows with just the single pane were always energy wasters since the beginning of time. Then, as the caulking and glazing grew older, the air leaked more profusely until there was a genuine breeze on the inside of every window.

With double glazing, you get the advantage of two pieces of glass with a space in between. This is a huge difference in energy savings because the outer pane can be cold and the inner warm, with a medium temperature in between. In addition to that, most new windows have vinyl frames that insulate far better than the old wood frames, never need painting, and never rot either.

You Can Also Add Tinting To The Windows And eGlass Too

Most newer double glazed windows already come with some tinting which will cut back on the amount of summer sun that makes it through the window glass. This has two purposes, one is to reduce the heating of the inside of your home by the sun’s rays, and the other is to reduce the amount of sun bleaching in the places where the rays directly strike your furnishings.

Over the years the savings on the air conditioning can really add up, but the replacement of faded carpet and furniture can be far higher, depending on whether you keep the blinds and curtains closed on sunny days. Another benefit of having double glazed windows is the reduction in noise levels from the outside in, or the inside out. It’s a very noticeable difference, especially if you live near a busy street.

When all of the benefits of having double pane window are added together, it’s an easy decision to make. The only real question is whether you’ll buy the nice new windows for the next person that owns your home, or enjoy those benefits yourself.