Window panes do a lot for a window. You know that they are the center point in any window. After all, you have windows so you can see through them to the outside of your Rockwall, TX home. But window panes can also let air leak through and cause too much heat to build up in your home because of the sun’s rays. So while the material on the windows and how they are installed is very important, the window panes have a lot to do with the energy efficiency of your windows as well. Here are a few things to think about if you are getting new windows for your home.
The Error of Single Pane Windows
Single pane windows are a thing of the past. Window manufacturers no longer make them. But if you have an older home, you might have them and that’s just not good. Single pane glass isn’t enough to keep the drafts out. Glass isn’t a great insulator when it’s alone so if you have single pane glass now, you probably also have high energy bills that could be drastically cut back with new windows.
The Increase in Efficiency with Double Pane Windows
Double pane windows make a big difference in the efficiency of a home, especially if you are making the switch from single pane. The glass itself isn’t what makes insulation better, but rather the space between the two panes. That space can be filled with simple air and do a lot better job than single pane glass. But it can also be filled with an inert gas that is denser than air and insulates the home even more.
Innovative Triple Pane Windows
You know that every time you add a feature to a window, the cost of the window will go up. But when you add another pane of glass, you also get another layer of gas or air between the panes. That adds up to that much more insulation for your home. You’ll save even more energy and money on your monthly bills. For some homeowners, it’s worth the extra charge.
Benefits of the Best Window Panes
When you look into new windows, pay close attention to the window panes and the options that come with them. If you get the best, you’ll enjoy lower energy bills, higher comfort, less noise, less condensation, better views, less fading in the home, and much more. Your home deserves the best and a lot of what you will get from vinyl windows Rockwall, TX is wrapped up in the glass panes.
If you need more details on the options when it comes to glass and other window items, contact Foster Exteriors for help. We can answer your questions and set you up with a free consultation at 214—319—8400. You can also stop by and see us at 1350 N Buckner Blvd#216, Dallas, TX 75218 to browse the options and see the differences in our showroom in person.