Condensation is a frequent occurrence on windows in the summer. As your air conditioner works to cool down your interior, beads of “sweat” can form on the surface of your windows.
Replacing your windows is a big undertaking that requires you to make many decisions along the way. With all the available choices, it can be difficult to find an option that’s 100% right for your home. One way to narrow down your options is to limit your search to windows that have a few key qualities to ensure high performance and lasting energy efficiency. Read on as Renewal by Andersen® of Cape Cod discusses further.
The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) helps consumers identify energy-efficient replacement windows that will perform well in a particular climate. They do this by providing labels on window units that identify performance standards and how that particular unit rates in these standards. Different homes will have different needs so it’s important to understand these ratings to find a window that’s 100% right for your home.
Choosing replacement windows for your house can be equal parts exciting and overwhelming. From the style to frame material to energy efficiency ratings, you have many things to consider when making your selection. In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Cape Cod, a top local window contractor, sheds light on the energy efficiency component of a window and how the NFRC label can guide you in your purchasing decisions.