Your RI Home Will Look Stunning With Our Window Replacement Options
Your home deserves a facelift and you deserve the benefits of having professional window replacement services for your Rhode Island Home! Nothing beats having the security in knowing your home is protected and you are playing your part in energy conservation. At W. Lavallee Construction & Design, we love brining a smile to our customers face when they look at their first utility bill after our residential window replacement services. We use only best-in-class window styles and types designed to fit your budget with each installation. Not sure why kind of window replacement to get for your home then contact our team at W. Lavallee Construction & Design today for a free estimate!
Most Energy Efficient Residential Windows
One of the great benefits of having new home windows installed is the reduced utility costs. However, each residential window is not created equally and it is important to know which ones are the most energy efficient. At W. Lavallee Construction & Design we have searched high and low for the windows that boast the most utility bill saving power!
Here are some of the energy efficient windows we install:
Insulated Windows: Just like the name, this type of residential window insulates your home with a double to triple pane features.
Low-E Windows – This type of window is great for your home during the hotter seasons and reduces heat transfer in or out of your home with a special coating.
For the full list of energy efficient windows installation services for your Rhode Island home, contact us today!
When Should You Get Your Windows Replaced?
This is a question we get a lot and the answer to when you should replace your residential windows really depends on a few factors. If your RI home was not built in the last 15 years, there is a very good chance it is time to get window replacement services!
But, believe it or not, there are a few more scientific ways to measure your home’s window energy efficiency:
SHGC – This lovely acronym stands for solar heat gain co-efficient and is a metric used to measure how much sunlight your window can block.
Air leakage – Like the term implies, air leakage is a great way to measure the amount of air your residential windows allow.
U-Factor – This metric measures the amount of heat that can penetrate through the window panes.
Older windows did not follow these standards and we advise that you call us for a free evaluation of your residential window energy efficiency. We look forward to hearing from you soon!