The dead of winter is upon
us once again in Albuquerque, and there are a handful
of things that you could prep on your replacement
doors to help you ride out the long winter.
Whether it’s caulking your windows or doors or adding a storm door, here are a few tips to help keep your home warm as we deal with winter for a short while longer.
your windows and doors. Caulking can help decrease the
amount of drafts in your home and it may help guard
you from bugs or other unexpected weather that heads to Albuquerque. Walk around your home and
ensure there aren’t any gaps or holes, and if there
are, get them handled.
- Inspect your weather stripping. Check the weather
stripping around your windows and doors, looking
for any worn out or torn pieces, getting rid of
old weather stripping where needed. Any parts that
are worn out or torn could allow cold air to sneak
in your home and cause the heating and cooling system to work harder] because of that lost warm air.
replacement windows. Too upfront? The truth is
that older windows and windows with single-pane glass normally
aren’t as energy efficient as newer windows. Like most
other products that have been around for a while, advancements in technology have enabled increased energy performance.
Replacement windows and replacement doors are no different, so why not start
saving money on your energy costs now?
storm doors. Adding storm doors on your home can bring another level of defense for your
home and can help with protection from severe weather and help lower
air and moisture leaks.
Of course, there are a number
of other variables that will factor in
to your decision regarding replacement windows, but these are a few to get you on the right track. If at any point
you have questions regarding our replacement windows, come by
the Albuquerque showroom, give us a ring at
505-373-1296 or arrange an in-home consultation
with us via the online