Best Winter Weather Windows

Winter is upon us, and with that comes cold weather. Keeping your house insulated can save you a lot of money on your energy bill, and one of the ways your home loses heat is through your windows. That is why it is essential to have the correct windows for your climate.

best winter weather windows

Frames

The first thing you need to know about the best winter weather windows is what frameworks the best. You want to look for structures made of vinyl, wood, fiberglass, or composite materials. These are some of your best options because they hold heat very well, keeping your house warm on the inside. A perfect frame is wood with vinyl cladding because the wood has a higher heat capacity, and the vinyl will protect the wood from damage. You want to stay away from frames that are metal, such as aluminum frames. These frames do not hold in the heat well and will allow heat from your home to seep out. 

 

Glass

The next thing to know for the best winter weather windows is the actual panes of glass. In northern areas that receive snow and cold temperatures, avoid single pane glass windows at all cost. These windows can’t hold heat in your home well and will cost you on your energy bill. The best option is to go for double or triple-pane windows. Especially if they have Low-E glass, which allows sunlight to shine through your windows, heating your home on the inside without letting heat escape on the outside. Another thing to keep in mind is whether your glass panes are insulated with argon or krypton. Both of these gasses help increase the insulation of the window, keeping your home warmer. 

best winter weather windows

Finding the best winter weather window can be challenging because you have so many options to choose from as a homeowner. Here at ARC Contracting, we have years of experience and can help you find exactly what you are looking for at a fantastic price. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate for your windows. 

 

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