Did you know that your home’s windows can be a source of significant energy loss? In fact, the U.S. Energy Information Administration estimates that poorly-fitting windows and doors are responsible for up to one-third of the average home’s heat loss! If you have outdated or poorly installed windows, they could be costing you hundreds of extra dollars each year on wasted heating and cooling.
Instead of standing by while your precious household budget floats out the window, contact Mad City Windows. Our family-owned company has been installing energy efficient windows throughout Wisconsin since 1998, with a strong customer focus that’s earned us the honor of being named Wisconsin’s Number 1 ranked remodeler. Wherever you call home, we’ll make it more comfortable and cost-effective through our top-rated energy efficient windows!
What to Expect From Your Energy Efficient Windows
Although window technology has advanced far beyond the bare frames and thin glass panes of the past, many homes in Wisconsin are still outfitted with out-of-date designs that leak climate-controlled air and cause energy bills to skyrocket. By replacing decades-old frames and sashes with the more energy efficient windows of Mad City, you’ll notice an immediate difference—not only in interior comfort but in cost of living, too!
At Mad City, we ensure the lasting performance of every energy efficient window installation by focusing on the quality of each window component:
- Frame: Energy efficiency begins with the frame, as many lower-grade materials such as aluminum actively promote heat loss. Our frames are made from heavy-duty composites that insulate better to keep hot or cold air out.
- Glass: Energy efficient windows come with a variety of glass options, ranging from budget-friendly single pane to double and even triple pane. We offer numerous glass packages with low-E glazing, gas-filled chambers, and other insulating options.
- Spacers: For the highest performance, our energy efficient windows are equipped with features such as thermal breaks, weatherstripping, and spacers to prevent moisture and air leakage.
Along with these innovative features, it’s important to note that different types of windows will have inherently greater or lesser energy efficiency depending on how they open and close. Windows that press closed—such as awning, hopper, or casement windows—are typically more energy efficient than sliders, while picture windows��which do not open at all—are the most energy efficient of all.
Schedule a Free Consultation and Quote for Energy Efficient Windows Today
If you’re ready to learn more about the many options available for your energy efficient windows, don’t hesitate to reach out to Mad City Windows today! We’d be happy to meet with you to show you just much you could save with our energy efficient replacement windows. Call us or fill out our online form to get started right away.