Select this option if you need multiple types or assistance in determining the best type for your project.

Allow natural light into top floor rooms such as attics that may not have walls for windows.

Like casement windows, they crank out, but the sash opens upward instead of sideways.

STORM WINDOWS Protect older windows against energy inefficiency and are an economical option.

These windows feature a sliding track allowing the sashes to move left and right.

SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS Only the bottom sash opens. The top half of the window is stationary.

Both sashes move up and down. Generally both sashes will pop in for easy cleaning.

BAY/BOW WINDOWS Generally protrude out from the exterior wall of a home, creating a wide view and wide window sill inside.

CASEMENT WINDOWS These windows crank out and allow maximum air flow in and out of a home.

BASEMENT EGRESS These maximize light in a basement and are also used for safety.

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Palm Bay Replacement Windows

Investing in Palm Bay replacement windows can result in a notable energy savings in the years ahead. If you choose replacement products with the Energy Star label, you and your family will enjoy a more comfortable interior environment, along with cheaper utility bills. In Florida, where heat and humidity can become overwhelming at certain times of year, you'll appreciate having energy efficient Palm Bay replacement windows that perform up to standard.

Palm Bay, FL has been nominated as one of the most innovative cities in America. As the largest city in Brevard County, Palm Bay plays a central role in the local economy. Homeowners in this diverse community keep their homes comfortable throughout the year with the latest Palm Bay replacement windows. In summer, when average temperatures often exceed 90 degrees and humidity is high, well insulated replacement windows keep the conditioned air sealed inside a home, where it belongs.

When to Replace FL Windows

If you've had the same set of windows in place since you bought your FL home, the thought of replacement may not have occurred to you. Many homeowners don't think about replacing their Florida windows until they notice a decreased level of comfort or air quality, drafts inside the home, condensation on their windows or visible damage to the sashes. Old window sets can detract from the appearance of your Palm Bay home, making a residence look run down and neglected. More importantly, underperforming windows can result in a loss of energy, and higher utility bills.

Reducing the noise level inside a house is another common reason that Florida homeowners choose Palm Bay replacement windows. Older sashes may not only allow street sounds to filter into your home; these sashes may create noise, themselves. Rattling, creaking sashes can be a nuisance if you like to keep your living environment quiet. These sounds may also be signs of air leakage.

In a family oriented community like Palm Bay, which has been nominated as an "All American City," home security is a concern that many property owners share. Cracked, older sashes can place your house at risk for burglary. New Palm Bay replacement windows will give you the added security that you need to feel safe and protected inside your home. Although burglar alarms and locks can increase the security of your house, covering the basics is an important first step and should be included with your window replacement price budget.

Condensation may be another sign that your current window sets are not performing as they should. A layer of fog on a windowpane may indicate that the temperature of the glass has fallen below the temperature outside. Condensation may also occur if there is inadequate ventilation in the house. Vapor from laundry machines, a dishwasher, shower and other sources of water can result in the accumulation of moisture on your windowpanes. Along with using an exhaust fan and leaving doors open to air out the rooms, consider the possibility that the glass may not be adequately insulated.

Saving Energy in Florida

Reducing fuel and electricity costs is a priority among many homeowners in Palm Bay. Palm Bay residents are also concerned about protecting the health of the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Replacement products with the Energy Star label have undergone testing in order to earn this designation from the US Environmental Protection Agency. Energy Star products must conform to certain standards. Replacement window models must be energy efficient enough to result in a cost savings if the initial investment is higher than average.

As you compare replacement brands and shop for new Palm Bay replacement windows, talk with a Palm Bay replacement windows specialist about how you can reduce energy loss inside your home. Along with installing more energy efficient Palm Bay replacement windows, you can reduce the workload on your air conditioner and heating system by making sure that your heating and cooling ducts are sealed. Ducts should also be well insulated to prevent the loss of conditioned air. The ducts in your attic, basement or garage are especially prone to energy loss if they are not properly sealed.

Once a year, it pays to have your heating and cooling equipment checked to confirm that your air conditioner or furnace are in good working order. An HVAC contractor can perform a checkup on your systems to check for sources of energy loss. Each month, you can check your own air filter in your heating system for dust and debris that could interfere with cost effective, energy efficient operation.

With new Palm Bay replacement windows, you'll notice an immediate improvement in the appearance of your house. Over time, you'll see the benefits of these cost effective products in the money you save on heating and cooling your rooms. Compare estimates from several of the top contractors in Brevard County to find the brands that are best for your home.

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