Even if you haven’t lived in Michigan, or haven’t been here long, you know we’re a northern state. That means we enjoy four seasons, including unpredictable, cold winters and hot, humid summers. Thus, you need doors and windows that can stand up to Michigan’s changing seasons.
If you’re noticing that it’s drafty in the winter and too warm in the summer, or it takes extra power, money, and vigilance to keep your home at a comfortable temperature, it could be time for new windows. If you’ve already done everything – sealed the outside, checked the doors, replaced the weatherstripping, you name it – and the outside temperature’s still coming in, new windows are the solution.
Luckily, we have a window that’s especially made for changing temperatures and energy conservation. Let us introduce the Michigan window. Here are three ways it can help keep your home comfortable, and lower your energy bills!
Keeps outdoor temperatures outdoors
Each Michigan window frame and sash is sealed with exclusive, energy-efficient E-Z foam. This foam blocks outdoor heat and cold from infiltrating your house. Even better? It keeps your heat and air conditioning in. Say good-bye to drafts and sky-high energy bills.
Weatherstripping keeps air from going in and out while your windows are closed. Michigan windows all come with strong weatherstripping to seal out the heat and cold, allowing you to take more control of your in-home climate. Plus, since the heat and cold have less of a chance to come in, you may notice even more savings on your energy bill.
Dual sealed glass
Michigan windows offer dual seals with advanced technology. Standard aluminum isn’t used, so it’s up to 950 times less conductive than your average window. What do we mean by conductive? It protects the glass edge of your window from moisture and condensation.
Michigan windows can come in a variety of sizes and styles, so if you need new windows, you’re sure to find the perfect fit. Contact us today to ask about installation.