Without well-fitted windows, we can neither control the amount of sunlight that comes in nor how welcoming the house looks from the outside. They give our homes the right amount of warmth, light, and ventilation!

Here are some of the signs you need to get new residential windows:

You want to control your energy bills

Windows play an essential role in temperature regulation around the year. In winters, a well-insulated and well-sealed window will prevent warm air from escaping, adding to the efficiency of your heating system. In summer, the opposite happens.

Energy-efficient windows also help control condensation. Under this process the inner surface of the windows remain warmer. This maintains a higher level of indoor humidity and prevents condensation on the windows at the same time.

According to the Government of Canada, energy efficient windows minimize air leakage and may reduce your energy bills by up to 50%!

You’re giving your home a makeover

If you want to give your home a renewed look, you don’t have to pay hundreds of dollars to a home remodelling company. Just playing around with the window design can make a huge difference. This is because windows are one of the most prominent features of both your home’s indoor and outdoor appeal.

If you want to upgrade your home’s appearance, you can replace a sash window with a slider window. This not only turns around the way your house but also improves airflow and the amount of daylight that comes in. This may also enhance your comfort and productivity.

You can also get tinted and textured glass to match it up with the rest of the interior design and to add a bit of personality to the living room.

The windows are too old and worn out

According to a report by Forbes, if your windows look worn out, so will the rest of the house. This problem usually arises when the window material starts warping and the color starts fading. If your home lies in a zone that sees high precipitation and storms, there are chances that bad weather has weakened the old screens.

Damaged windows are one of the most common sights in hurricane-impacted zone or areas with considerable impact of humidity. Fiberglass works as viable option for areas like these since its resistant to corrosion, cracks, dents, and chips. Also, the finishing is three times thicker than other glass material.

No one does better residential glass installation in Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan than Crystal Glass Canada. With over 65 years of experience in delivering the best, we take pride in offering the finest window installation services. Contact us now for a free quote. 

Category: Auto Glass