What are you looking forward to most this fall? Is it the leaves changing colors and turning from green to fiery crimson and sunset orange? Is it the respite from the boiling heat that you couldn’t escape from all summer? Or is it your rapidly increasing heating bill?
Okay, so it’s probably not that last one. Most people dread the coming of fall because their heating bill skyrockets, which causes their wallets to empty out. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, there are a couple of ways to make your home warmer using your windows without having to spend tons of money on heating. Here are three tips on how to use your windows in South Jersey, and the surrounding areas, to make your house warmer this fall:
1. Caulk and seal your windows – If your windows are letting in the cold and drafts because they aren’t sealed properly, you have a problem on your hands. This silently increases your heating bill because you probably don’t even realize that it’s happening. However, an energy audit can find if you have any leaks or drafts coming through, and you can use caulking or sealing to fix it.
2. Replace your windows – Like everything else in life, windows get older. And while they don’t get white hair and canes like the rest of us, they do become less efficient and more outdated with age. Luckily, at New Window Factory Sales, Inc., we offer replacement windows in South Jersey to make them newer and fresher. We can also replace them with energy-efficient windows, which brings us to our last point.
3. Use energy-efficient windows – Last, but certainly not least, using energy-efficient windows will keep your house warm and save you money throughout the fall and winter seasons. Our vinyl windows will reduce your energy costs while also increasing the value of your home. They can even lower the energy consumption of a typical home by 25 – 40%.
At New Window Factory Sales, Inc., we’ll do whatever it takes to make sure you’re comfortable this fall. We can install and replace your windows as well as your siding and gutters. To learn more tips on how to use windows to keep your house warm, contact us at 856-546-1120.