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How To Save Up To $381 Per Year With Double-Pane Replacement Windows In Denver

Double-Pane Replacement Windows Reduce Energy Bills, Help Keep Your Home Comfortable, And Provide A Host Of Other Benefits

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We won’t beat around the bush: If you’re considering double-pane replacement windows in Denver, you are making a wise decision. Double-pane replacement windows cut your energy consumption, lower your utility bills, add more value to your home, and much more.

Here is a startling fact—according to the Department of Energy, the energy your windows lose accounts for a nearly a whopping 25% of your yearly heating and cooling bills. So if your monthly energy bill is $250, up to $62.50 of the charge is because of your windows. That REALLY adds up by the end of the year!

Energy savings is one of the biggest reasons homeowners choose double-pane replacement windows in Denver. But it’s not the only one. Let’s take a look at the many ways double-pane replacement windows can benefit your home (and wallet):

Double-Pane Replacement Window Benefits

Keeps Your Home Comfortable.New double-pane replacement windows will massively reduce unwanted outdoor temperatures from seeping into your home. This is especially true if you are upgrading from single-pane windows to double-pane windows. You’ll feel more comfortable year round… without having to constantly tinker with your thermostat.

Reduces Your Carbon Footprint. Since you’re using less energy with new double-pane replacement windows, you are creating fewer greenhouse gas emissions. This is a big benefit for Denver homeowners who are conscious about the environment.

 Helps Block Outdoor Noise. If you are replacing single-pane windows with double-pane windows, you’ll experience reduced outdoor noise pollution. This is because double-pane windows contain two panes of glass and have thicker—and insulated—frames. (Want to TRULY soundproof your home? Try laminated triple-pane windows.) [links to Laminated Triple-Pane Windows post from March]

Provides Added Strength: Since double-pane windows have multiple panes and thicker frames, they are naturally much stronger than single-pane windows. As a result, they are stronger and provide enhanced security.

Cuts Your Energy Bills. Naturally, new double-pane replacement windows will allow you to experience substantial energy savings. According to the Canadian Window Standards Subcommittee, even the most basic double-pane window can cut energy consumption by up to 24% in the cold months and up to 18% in the hot months compared to single-pane windows. And when you choose double-pane windows with upgraded energy features, you get even better energy savings: Energy Star reports that Denver homeowners can save up to $381 per year when they upgrade from single-pane to double-pane windows.

Other Things To Consider About Double-Pane Replacement Windows In Denver…

Not All Double Panes Are Made Equally. As with any other product,there are good, bad, and average brands of double-pane replacement windows. To avoid substandard double-pane windows, perform the “Goldilocks Test” on any windows you’re considering.

Quality Installation Is Crucial. Even the best double-pane replacement window in Denver won’t perform well if it is poorly installed. To ensure quality installation, go with a window company that has a proven track record, the proper certifications, and plenty of great customer reviews.

Want More Info About Double-Pane Replacement Windows?

Replacing your windows is a substantial investment, so it’s important for you to know ALL the details before making a purchase.

If you have ANY questions, feel free to Contact Us. We’re more than happy to answer them candidly and with zero pressure.

And if you’d like a quote ASAP, you can Request An Online Quote now. All you have to do is provide us with a little info on the quote form or over the phone, and we’ll supply you with a firm and accurate online quote on superior windows. It’s that simple!

I look forward to hearing from you.


Kyle Derstler