1. Utility Bills
Poorly sealed windows can drive up your utility bills. Utility bills become less expensive with new good quality windows because they better insulated and cause you to use less gas to heat your home or use less electricity to operate your air conditioner.
2. Mold & Rot
Leaking windows allow water to come into the home, even behind the walls, excessive condensation could lead to wood rot or mold growth
Many older windows are made with hazardous materials. They may even contain lead paint, dangerous for children and adults alike.
Rebates from utility companies are given for new, energy efficient windows. You can contact your local power company to obtain details. There incentives could possibly save you hundreds per year.
5. Outside Noise
New windows cut down outside noise. They are made with a multi-chambered frame which helps to keep outdoor noise from entering your house.
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