Summer is here and now is the time to turn remodeling plans and dreams into realities. That includes window replacement, an important project that can do wonders for the look, feel, and value of your home. Replacing your existing windows with new, energy efficient replacement windows this Summer has a number of added benefits:
Start Saving on Energy Bills While It’s Hot
If you own a home you know how much your energy bills can increase when the weather warms up and your air conditioner becomes a necessary part of every day. Older windows cause you to use even more energy during the Summer, allowing cold air to escape through cracks and gaps and not doing enough to block the sun. Installing energy efficient replacement windows with low-e glass during the Summer will help you to start saving that energy right away, driving down those high energy costs.
Take Advantage of The Weather
The majority of window replacement projects take place between May through October. It makes sense, as most contractors prefer to work when the sun is shining and temperatures are warm. But that nice weather also means that a window replacement project can completed more quickly, without interruptions from inclement weather.
Be Better Prepared When the Weather Turns
Summer window replacement can also be a preemptive measure for Winter! The energy saving benefits of installing new replacement windows aren’t seasonal, your new windows will help you save in both warm and cold weather. By replacing your windows in the Summer, you’ll be fully prepared to take on another New England Winter with a more energy efficient home.
The Bristol Windows installed by Rescom are available with low-e coating, and the small extra cost is well worth the investment. You will be able to enjoy interior temperatures that are much easier to regulate in any weather.
Want to reap the benefits of new, energy efficient replacement windows this summer? Call the experts at Rescom Exteriors at (866) 410-5884 today to schedule a free in-home window replacement consultation and estimate.