Your Windows Don’t Have To Be Shattered To Be Broken

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Budget Windows Offers Replacement Windows

Don’t wait for your windows to break to replace them. Budget Windows has energy saving windows to fit your budget.

Marquette, MI – July 29, 2014 – Don’t wait for the neighborhood kids to toss a baseball through your window. There are many benefits to replacing your old, drafty windows. New windows will keep drafts out and warm air in, cutting down on your heating costs. Replacing your old windows is one of the best investments you can make for your home. Increase your comfort level and add to the value of the home.

Most of the new window replacements are made of vinyl, a hard waring and strong material that is easy to keep clean. With vinyl there’s no need to be paint and the material does not rot.  Windows with tilt in sashes are a nice feature that make cleaning quick and easy.

Replacing a window is easy.  Once the trim has been removed the old frame is entirely removed and the new window can be easily slotted into the opening.  Installation is quick and causes minimal damage to the surrounding area. Once the window is secure, the trim can be replaced and the project is complete.

Many new homes come with Low E glass windows.  The glass panes are treated with a special substance that helps reflect heat. The film is actually transparent, but provides excellent energy efficiency and is required for use in most residential settings.

Take another look at your windows and get rid of the drafts.  Improve the look of your home both inside and out.  Manage your winter heating bill and summer cooling costs.  Don’t wait for the windows to break – replace them with high quality, affordable Budget Windows today!

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