Old windows are the top reason for unnecessary loss of cooled and heated air. Unfortunately, most homeowners wait to replace windows until they have deteriorated and have lost their ability to maintain a stable indoor temperature.
Your home’s energy efficiency and protection from the elements relies on its windows! New windows also offer maximum clarity and visibility to the outdoors.
Replacing Old Windows
Modern windows feature energy saving construction and materials to keep heated air in. An efficient home permits natural light to flow in during the day and reduces the amount of heated or cooled air which must be produced to maintain a comfortable environment. Our living spaces are often defined by any level of draftiness, which new windows can prevent.
Old windows are notoriously poor insulators, but what’s also important is how well they keep the elements out! Homes in our area face a wide variety of threats which vary from freezing precipitation to harsh winds and more. These two concerns are especially important to address with winter in full force.
Design and Construction Options
Homes are incredibly unique in our area, so John’s Lumber has partnered with top manufacturers to offer the greatest selection possible. Modern window models are constructed using wood, composite, aluminum, vinyl, and fiberglass.
Our trained window specialists can walk you through the process to ensure your satisfaction. To learn more please visit our windows webpage or stop by our Clinton Township or Shelby Township locations.