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Multi-Paned Windows Give You More Control of Your Home’s Interior Climate
Get Competitive Pricing From Local Window Specialists
Multi-paned windows consist of two or more pieces of glass that have a space between each filled with air or non-toxic/inert gasses.
The additional glass and filling reduces the transference of heat, which means your home stays warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. This translates into better energy savings, but requires certified window installers to ensure proper installation. Request a quote today and get 3 or more quotes from local installers who are bidding to win your business.
Advantages of Multi-Paned Windows:
- Reduces noise from outside sources
- Increases resale value of your home
- Improves energy efficiency
- Enhances insulation value of your home
Disadvantages of Multi-Paned Windows:
- Higher in cost than other window types
- Inaccurate spacing between panes can cause heat and cooling loss
- Difficult to install as replacement windows in older homes
- Hard to repair
Save Money and Increase the Resale Value of Your Home
Quality constructed multi-paned windows can be an expensive cost initially, but this is an investment that can save you an enormous amount of money in the future. The coating or glazing on the window produces better results in energy efficiency and reduces your energy consumption.
Multi-paned windows may also make a significant impact on the resale value of the home. Prospective buyers will appreciate the savings they get with lower energy bills as well as home comfort.
And aesthetically, multi-pane windows only add to the attractiveness of a home.