Are Impact Windows Energy Efficient?

If you live in South Florida and are looking to upgrade the windows on your home, there are a number of things that you may want to consider.  Each home is unique and may lead to different styles of windows that match the design of the home but no matter what you prefer, one thing remains common to all of the windows and that is the need for energy efficiency.  Impact windows are energy efficient because they are insulated better than most windows on the market.  Some are also coated with a Low-E coating which is a thin coating that reflects harmful UV rays. This means that you will save money over time by installing this type of window into your home as well as protect against harmful sun rays at the same time.  We all know that Florida summers can be brutal in terms of heat and the way that the windows are designed, they help with that outside problem as well.  Impact windows reflect outside heat and help regulate your home temperature so that you don’t have to pay to heat or cool your home at excessive rates.  Impact windows can help you save money on your energy bill and can also help lower your homeowners insurance bill.  The impact windows that you choose to upgrade your home and protect you against storms can also help protect your wallet through these energy saving details.

There are many things to consider when picking the right impact window for your home and some of those are the materials that the window is made from, how it is installed, coating on the glass and types of glass installed as well as the style of the window itself.  We have experts ready to answer all of your questions that would love to walk you through the process of identifying your specific home’s needs as well as styles you like, important design elements, ways that these windows can help bring down your bills and also how the upgrade can protect your home.  Give us a call or fill out the form on our website and we would love to start the conversation to give you everything you need to make an informed decision in upgrading the windows and doors in your home.

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