How to Make Older Home Windows More Energy Efficient

You Can Make Older Home Windows More Energy Efficient - Information About Home Window Tint and Films

Whether we like it or not, Summer has come to an end, Fall is upon us and now is the best time to begin considering home improvements to make your house more energy efficient before the cooler temperatures arrive. One of the best ways to improve energy efficiency is by making your window openings perform better. We came across a great article in Times Square Chronicles that discusses ways you can make your older windows more energy efficient.

Reduce Summer AC Bills with Residential Window Films - Window Film Makes Windows More Energy EfficientWhile the article discusses several ways to improve the energy efficiency of your windows, they specifically mention the benefits of using window films as well. The article states that:

“Window film is an energy efficient layer that can be added to windows, improving how you heat and cool your home. There are solar film options that block ultraviolet rays so it can not just help with heating and cooling issues, but also protect your rugs and furnishings against sun damage.”

The window film products offered by most Window Film Pros can help reject heat coming through your glass in the Summer to saving on cooling costs and also retain heat from leaving through your glass in the Winter to save on heating costs. Not only will your home be more comfortable, but you will be able to keep it that way at a lower cost.

If you would like to check out the entire article in Time Square Chronicles, click HERE.

We hope you enjoyed this post about helping to make older homes more energy efficient by using window films. If you would like more information, click HERE. If you have any questions, contact one of our Window Film Pros for answers to your questions and to schedule a free, no obligation consultation and estimate.

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