According to experts, your windows serve another purpose other than improving your home’s aesthetic appeal and allowing natural light into your home. In fact, window installation professionals say it can also improve your home’s ventilation by allowing fresh air in, improving your home’s indoor air quality in the process. However, that’s not all; installing new windows can also keep your home cool during the summer season.
Here are the different window styles that can help keep your home cool in the summer.
Casement windows are one of the most popular styles that you can find in American homes nowadays. This is because they not only provide a clear view of the outdoors from the comfort of your home, but it can also be easily opened and closed with the turn of a handle. This makes them a great choice for spots that can be difficult to reach, such as the back of your kitchen sink.
Alternatively, you can also consider installing sliding windows to replace your older windows if you’re looking to keep your home cool in the summer. This is thanks to the fact that you can easily slide the window open to one side, providing you with easy access to fresh, cool air.
Oftentimes, awning windows are installed above or below your other windows to improve your home’s architectural interest as well as the amount of natural light that enters your home. However, they can also help keep your home cool in the summer as they can still be opened and shut with an easy to reach handle to allow fresh air inside.
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