Noise Reduction Windows that Save You Money on Energy Bills.
January 7, 2019
It shouldn’t be a surprise that leaving your window open in the winter will increase your energy costs. You already know that cold air will flow in, cooling your house down in the process. But did you know that old and poorly-insulated windows can have a similar effect throughout the year. And those same windows can greatly increase your energy bills as heat escapes your house in the winter.
Not many homeowners think about replacing old windows, but window drafts allow heat and cooled air to escape through during the winter and summer months.
That’s why it’s recommended to invest in home noise reduction and energy-saving storm windows that you can retrofit without even replacing your existing windows. Seems too good to be true? Let us explain.
First, let’s look into what the Magnetite Canada window system will be able to do for your home windows.
Solves Poor Insulation
Place your hand on your window on a cold winter day. Does it feel icy to the touch even if the inside of the house is warm? If so, you’re losing money to poor insulation. Antique or thin-pane windows tend to leak heat this way as old sealant wears off.
Even a properly insulated double-pane window will weaken over time. Notice any condensation between the panes of a double-pane window? That’s a sign the window is transferring heat and requires replacement. Keep in mind that condensation on the interior or exterior is normal.
Fixes Open Drafts
Drafts can happen anywhere in your home, but a constant source of drafting is cracking and gaps in old windows. You can check for subtle drafts by holding a candle against a window and seeing whether it flickers. Address these drafts soon as they can be costly.
Changes in climate cause drafts. The cycle of cold and hot weather, along with moisture fluctuations, causes parts of the home to expand and contract. Slight changes like these affect how windows and doors are seated. Openings develop in the window frames as a result.
Many windows are sealed with caulking and stripping intended to protect against drafts, but even these will deteriorate over time. In some cases, replacing the calking is enough, but other times it’s best to insulate your existing windows with the Magnetite double glazed noise reduction and energy-saving storm window system.
The Magnetite Window System – Cheaper than Replacing Your Existing Windows
The last thing you want to do is replace all the windows in your home. On average, you should expect to spend between $20,000 and $40,000 to replace the windows in your home. If you’re home has classic stained glass windows, you should expect to pay even more.
The Magnetite system seals windows of air leaks, reduces noise pollution, improves indoor comfort, eliminates dust and pollen infiltration, increases the value of your home, extends the life of HVAC equipment and can save up to 30% on your heating and cooling expense! The Magnetite system is designed to improve your current windows, rather than replacing them.
Noise Reduction Windows
Magnetite Canada – Noise Reduction and Energy-saving Storm Windows |Toronto & the GTA
Start saving 30% on home energy bills today with home noise reduction and energy-saving windows from Magnetite Canada. These windows are retro-fit from the inside and use suction force to stay attached. Not only do they insulate from noise, but they also save energy from your heating and air conditioning systems and thereby reduce your home or business’s carbon footprint.
We offer our products and services to homeowners in Toronto and the surrounding GTA. Contact us today if you are interested in learning more.
• Want to save money on the next energy bill? One culprit could be your windows.
• Poorly insulated windows may cause heat to transfer through during the winter or summer months. That’s where high HVAC bills come from. You also might find drafts in the window frames, which call for a replacement.
• For reliable home noise reduction and energy-saving storm windows, look no further than Magnetite Canada. We provide patented acrylic storm window insulators to homes and businesses across the Toronto area.