Learning About Historical Window Replacement and Materials

Learning About Historical Window Replacement and Materials

5 Best Benefits Of Installing Higher Quality Windows In Your Home

Isaiah Brewer

If the windows in your home are over twenty years old, it may be time to start to think about replacing them. Here are five of the best benefits that come with replacing the old windows in your home and installing newer, higher quality windows in your home. 

#1 Lower Maintenance Over Time

One of the best reasons to upgrade your windows it that you will experience lower maintenance. The construction process for new windows is far superior to the construction process in the past. You should not have to work about re-caulking your windows or adding extra insulation to keep the cold air out of your house in the winter with new windows. 

#2 Cut Down On Heat Loss

Older windows can be really drafty, and can allow a significant amount of heat to escape from your home during the winter months. Installing windows that are thicker, and installed more effectively, will cut down on the heat that is lost from your home during the winter. Newer windows should keep the heat inside and should cut down on your energy bills as well.

#3 Cut Down On Heat Gained

Older windows can also allow the hot outside air to get into your home during the summer months when you are trying to keep your house cool. Just like how newer windows can reduce the heat lost from your home, they can also cut down on the heat your home gains during the warmer months of the year. Newer windows can reduce your year round energy bills.

#4 Cut Down On The Noise

New windows will also cut down on the noise that makes it way into your house. If you live on a busy street, and get a lot of street sounds inside of your house, installing new windows will reduce the environmental noise inside of your home. Installing double, triple, or even quadruple paned windows in your home will greatly reduce the environmental noise inside of your home and make your home a more pleasant, and quieter, place. 

#5 Add More Light To Your Home

Newer windows will also add more light to your home. Most windows that are created nowadays have a larger glass surface as well as a smaller frame. This allows more light into your home, even if you keep the window size the same. 

Finally, installing new windows throughout your home will increase the value of your home. You will get to enjoy all the benefits above while you are living in your home, and if you ever decide to sell your home, your new windows will be a great selling point and should help you get more money for your home.  For more information, talk to a professional like Gilkey Windows.


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Learning About Historical Window Replacement and Materials

Hello, my name is Valencia. Welcome to my website about windows. I want to share information about sourcing period-specific windows for your historical home. In many locations, historical societies will only issue renovation permits once the homeowner proves the materials are accurate to the build date of that structure. The windows must look and function exactly as they would new in that historical time period. My site will contain information about ordering, installing and maintaining these windows. I hope you will use the information on my site to keep your historical home in great shape through the decades. Thanks for visiting.

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