If You Have A Hard Time Keeping Your Home Cool, Your Old Windows May Be To Blame
Many people with older homes all complain of the same problems, a hot house. The problem is that even when the air conditioner is running, old windows are almost like leaving the windows open. The hot air sort of invites itself in.
A black out shade on some new window shades will help a little But will definitely not take care of the problem. A hot house is only half of the problem, high cooling and heating bills is the bigger problem.
Experts say, the best option you have is to replace your windows with low-E glass to block ultraviolet light and solar heat rays while maintaining visual clarity. New windows can help make your room more comfortable year-round. Local realtors say, new windows are a great investment and can really be a deciding factor to potential homebuyers. You will also recoup, 70-80% on your investment. In a few years, you’ll save so much on your heating and cooling bills, your new windows will have paid for themselves.