This article is sponsored by The Window Source.
If you're remodeling your home and are interested in adding energy-efficient windows, we have a list of the top five benefits you'll enjoy with energy-efficient home replacement windows.
Windows have changed over the last few decades, that's for sure. We have new energy-efficient technologies that can not only help you save money on your energy bill, but they can also help the environment.
Investing in high-quality, energy-efficient windows can result in substantial benefits in the long run for you as a homeowner.
1. Custom shapes and sizes.
Windows no longer come in bland options, homeowners can now select vinyl windows, garden windows, casement windows, awning windows, single hungs, double hungs and sliders with energy-efficient capabilities.
2. Blocks out the sun's ultraviolet rays.
The coating on energy-efficient windows helps block out the sun's ultraviolet rays. With nonenergy-efficient windows, rugs, carpets, wood and fabrics can he damaged when sunlight beams through the windows.
3. Lifetime warranties available.
When you're doing research on what type of energy-efficient style you want, take a look at local companies in your area that offer a lifetime warranty on its products.
4. Reduced maintenance.
One of the great benefits that energy-efficient windows offer is the ability to minimize energy transfer. This feature will help lower the risk of mold entering your home. Another perk is that the UV-resistant coating on the window can eliminate water spots on the exterior frame.
5. Homeowners can claim a tax credit.
According to Turbo Tax, homeowners can opt for a tax credit up to $200 for energy-efficient windows.
The Window Source specializes in installing energy-efficient windows, interior and exterior doors, energy-efficient insulated vinyl siding and seamless 5-inch and 6-inch gutters.
The company focuses on providing exceptional customer service and a hassle-free remodeling experience from start to finish.
For more information, visit windowsourceofsa.com or call 210-549-4204.