In summer, many homeowners complete home improvement projects such as doors installation and window replacement. You can enjoy year-round energy savings and comfort by addressing window issues and performing maintenance.
Prepare your windows for the cooler months by completing these maintenance tasks.
Dirt, dust and other debris can settle in the sills and moving parts of your sliding doors or windows. Vacuum or dust any debris that collects on the sills and tracks.
Damaged windows will let moisture and cold air enter your home. Check your windows for water damage or leakage and replace any damaged parts. Talk to a professional immediately if you think that your roof or gutters have issues.
Replace Window Stripping
Loose or worn weather tipping can let cold air into your home, making your heating system work harder. Replace or reattach the weather stripping to keep warm air indoors. Make sure that the caulk or sealant around your windows is intact.
Add Storm Windows
Storm windows give your windows added protection against moisture and air leaks. You can save more money on energy costs from fully-secured windows.
Replace Old, Leaky Windows
New energy-efficient windows can give you significant savings on energy costs. Renewal by Andersen® products is designed with energy savings in mind. We utilize Fibrex™ material and Low-E packages, which are both designed to help you save money on utility bills.
Fibrex is more efficient than wood or vinyl. This material doesn’t warp or crack and it works well in any climate condition. Further, Low-E glass blocks harmful ultraviolet and infrared light, protecting you and your furniture.
When it’s time to replace your old windows, turn to Renewal by Andersen of Kansas City. We offer some of the most energy-efficient windows and French doors in the industry. Call us at (913) 956-0887 or fill out our online form to schedule a consultation. We work with homeowners in Olathe.