When you get window replacement done in Loomis, CA, there are a lot of things you will see shift and change in your house. First, the appearance will be fresh and new—both inside and out. Second, the windows will operate like a breeze. And third, your energy efficiency will spike. Window replacement can do a lot, but what kind of an impact does it have on your HVAC system? Quite a large one, actually. Here are a few things new windows will do for your heating and cooling equipment.
Give Them A Break
If you ran constantly and never stopped, wouldn’t you wear out? That’s what happens to your HVAC system when you have old windows in your house that cause the system to run constantly to try to keep your house at a comfortable temperature. When you get window replacement, the windows seal up the leaks and your system gets more breaks. IT doesn’t have to run as hard or as often to get your house to the temperature you want it to hold.
When your HVAC system isn’t constantly running and is getting the breaks it needs, it will break down less frequently. It won’t be straining itself and breaking its parts because of all the work it is forced to do. When you avoid repair needs, your home is more comfortable and you’re saving money you would have had to spend on repairs otherwise.
Prolong Their Life
HVAC systems have a finite life. Their lifespan depends on how well they are cared for and how they operate. But let’s say they all have a certain number of hours in them that they can run before they finally quit. When you get window replacement done, the HVAC system doesn’t have to run for nearly as many hours and that alone will prolong its life well into the future.
Even if you don’t know much about HVAC systems, you know the more energy they use, the more you have to pay to operate them. You don’t want them to suck energy down, but if you have old windows, they will. Your system is putting out a lot of air that literally goes out the windows before you get to use it. When you get window replacement, the windows stop that air before it gets away and keeps it in your house. That means the HVAC system expends less energy, which shows up in a very positive way on your energy bills.
If you have older windows, you should think about Loomis, CA window replacement. You’ll want to move forward for your comfort, your safety, and for the good of your HVAC system, among other reasons. When you’re ready to take some steps in that direction, contact California Craftsman at (530) 887-1857 for a free consultation where we can tell you more about the correlation between new windows and HVAC health. You can also stop by and see windows in person at 4035 Grass Valley Hwy Ste G Auburn, CA 95602.