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Why do old windows cause energy loss in winter?

Windows are one of the main sources of heat loss in a home. In the winter, this can lead to increased energy bills as the home needs to use more energy to keep warm. Older windows are especially problematic as they are less energy-efficient than newer windows.

One of the main reasons for this is that older windows are not as well-sealed as newer windows. This means that they allow more air to escape, which leads to increased heat loss. In addition, older windows are often made of materials like aluminum or vinyl, which are not as good at retaining heat as materials like wood or fiberglass.

Save Energy with New Replacement Windows in SE Wisconsin

Finally, older windows are often not as well-insulated as newer windows. This means that they allow more heat to escape from the home, leading to higher energy bills.

If you are looking to save on your energy bills, it is important to replace your older windows with newer, more energy-efficient windows. Contact Exterior Pros for a free estimate on Milwaukee window replacement today.

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