Doors & Windows
There’s a chance you’re throwing money out the window every month. Outdated windows and doors can hit you in your wallet with increased heating and cooling costs to help the climate within your home remain comfortable throughout the year. In fact, the US Department of Energy estimates that upward of $500 a year could be saved by making the upgrade to energy-efficient windows and doors. Vinyl or fiberglass windows, for instance, provide much more reliable insulation than older aluminum frames, which provide little protection against extreme highs and lows.
In addition to helping you save money, energy-efficient windows can help reduce noise pollution. If you live in a neighborhood that seems to never sleep, you might find you get more shut-eye once you’ve traded your old windows for the energy-saving variety.
The same principle applies to doors. Older doors tend to fail on the energy efficiency test, and given wear and tear, even weather-stripping can become less effective. Properly installed energy-efficient doors can help keep more money in your wallet.
To update your windows and doors, contact Daher Construction. We’ll help you decide what makes the most sense for your home, your usage, your budget, and make sure you get the most for your money in both product and installation.