My Greensboro home needs new windows
I am a pretty thrifty person and I am a strong proponent of recycling, so initially I chose not to replace my old windows, I would just replace the window panes. The truth is that we have way too much materials going to our landfills, even with whole communities participating in recycling projects. There still are a lot of materials such as old water tanks, windows, doors, and plumbing making its way to the landfills. When I decided it was time to do something about the obsolete and inefficient windows to our home, I took on a much bigger task than I ever realized.
First of all, my old windows are made of double panes with aluminum frames. To find replacement panes for the aluminum windows was nearly impossible. Even if I could find suitable panes for the windows, the aluminum frames are terribly inefficient and they would counteract all the benefits of buying energy efficient window panes. So I determined that the most responsible thing to do would be to buy energy efficient vinyl windows for the whole house and take my old windows to the recycling center. The price that is offered by the recycling center for the windows is well worth your time.
Energy efficient windows
Replacing your windows with energy efficient vinyl windows accomplishes three things. First, you will beautify your home with stylish classic looking windows that does not change the character of your home; rather they enhance its beauty. Second, installation of energy efficient windows creates an insulating, airtight barrier in every wall where a window is located. Each window will let light in, yet screen out harmful rays from the sun, and provide extra insulating properties to your home that will keep the warmth in during winter and not let the cool escape in the summer, which leads to the third thing… and that is you will be saving upwards of 40% on your heating and cooling bills.
Finding the right window installer in Greensboro
It makes no sense to upgrade to high quality energy efficient windows and to have them installed improperly. Your installer should be a reliable, trustworthy contractor who stands behind their work. They should offer a workmanship warranty that is separate from the manufacturer’s warranty. Your window installer should have years of experience with the different types of home construction in your area, and they should have a working knowledge of the local building codes. Many window manufacturers have a certified installer program, thus you will know that the window manufacturer has confidence in the contractor’s ability and expertise.
If you live in the Greensboro area, you are fortunate to have Triad Installations who have been performing window and door installations for over 20 years throughout the region, including the surrounding areas of High Point and Winston-Salem. You will find them to be honest and trustworthy. They provide quality cost efficient windows and offer special discounts. They are highly rated by the Better Business Bureau, and a long line of satisfied customers. Call them today and see for yourself why I trust them to replace my old windows.