Consumer Digest “Best Buy” Windows.
BE CAREFUL HERE!
Don’t buy Double Glass Window with Low-E and Argon. Why? Because a triple glass window gives you a better return on your investment.
What should you buy?
You should by Triple Glass Windows with Double Low-E and Argon or Triple Glass with Double Low-E and Krypton.
Let’s say your home has single glass windows and storm windows. The R=Value of this window unit will average somewhere between 1 and 2. This is where you need to know that the higher the R=Value the better. Most double glass windows with Low-E and argon have an R=Value of 3. Yes 3 is better than 2 but not much and if you are spending your own hard earned money then 3 just isn’t good enough. Triple Glass windows with Double Low-E and Argon average around R=Value of 7. Triple Glass windows with Double Low-E and Krypton average R=Value of 10.
R=Value is the resistance to heat loss. The higher the number means less heat loss in the winter. Less heat loss means more savings. Lots more savings!
On a similar note, if you put your savings in the bank would you want an interest rate on your investment of 3%, 7% or 10%? The answer is always 10%.
The neat thing is that Triple Glass windows usually only cost a few dollars more and will put tons more money back in your pocket from energy savings.
Cardinal has tilt in Double Hung windows for easy cleaning, sliding windows for great ventilation, Bay and Bow windows and Crank Style Casements.
So call Cardinal Remodeling today and ask about deals on Triple Glass Units and Consumer Digest “Best Buy” Windows.
Basement – Egress Windows
Basement egress windows open up lot’s of opportunities. An egress window can bring light, fresh air and an escape route to a gloomy area. One big advantage is the added value to the home. It can help to make an additional legal bedroom or legal play area for an in home daycare. If you’re thinking an egress window is right for you then give us a call today.