Windows are stunning architectural features that add light and depth to the rooms within your Indianapolis home. In spaces with older windows, however, your panes can lead to increased costs because of their lack of efficiency. Keeping on top of how well your windows are protecting your home can save you money on your electric bill and prevent costly repair bills. To determine how well your windows are performing, try these 3 simple window efficiency tests.
Dayton, Ohio is notorious for its ever-challenging climate. The winters are cold, dry, and windy. The summers are hot and muggy, with temperatures often topping 90 degrees. It's always important to consider climate when choosing new windows for your home, but it's even more important in Dayton homes where your windows need to keep both extreme cold and heat outside.
Here's a look at a few window options that fare well in Dayton's climate.