New windows benefit from better designs, engineering and materials from years of research and improvements. That said, a new set will improve your home’s insulation, airflow, and more. In this post, Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City lists the energy benefits of new windows.
New windows also help prevent drafts from entering through old window frames or worn seals that allow air to leak out of your house during cold or hot months, ensuring your HVAC system won’t have to work too hard to achieve stable temperatures.
New window installations give you better temperature control. They have features that repel external temperatures while letting natural light into a room during daylight hours. For example, Renewal by Andersen’s HeatLock™ panes repels heat and UV rays to improve your home’s insulation. They’re a worthwhile investment with a long-term lifespan if partnered with our Fibrex® frames.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
In addition to improved insulation against outdoor temperatures, new windows can help improve interior air quality. Modern windows feature excellent weatherstripping and sealing features to achieve an airtight seal. This prevents allergens like pollen from entering your property and causing respiratory issues.
Higher Natural Light Levels
Another great benefit of installing new high-efficiency replacement window units is allowing more sunlight into living spaces. Your contractor can widen your existing window openings to accommodate larger picture windows or even install new bay or bow windows if you have enough space.
Need a trusted source for high-quality residential windows? Turn to the best in the industry. Renewal by Andersen of Kansas City offers energy-saving window products like High Performance™ Low-E4®, PassiveSun®, SmartSun™ and more. We’re a trusted name in window installations with a team that goes above and beyond for your needs. Call us today at (913) 956-0887 or fill out this contact form to get a free quote.