Home Exterior Systems Now Installing Simonton Windows

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Homeowners looking to install new windows or making home renovations can turn to Home Exterior Systems for New Simonton Windows, in addition to a number of other services.

The windows on a home make a big difference in energy efficiency levels. Drafty windows that don’t seal properly, single pane glass that lacks treatments to filter UV rays and poor insulation levels contribute to heat transfer through the year and drive up energy costs. With Simonton Windows from Home Exterior Systems, homeowners can now enjoy beautiful modern windows that are also energy efficient.

Low E Glass
Low-E has been in use since the 1980s when manufacturers started putting this coating on the interior of windows. A form of tinting that still allows light to flood the room, it also prevents heat transfer from raising the temperature inside a building. This thin coating actually creates another layer of insulation on the glass, and that makes Simonton windows one of the most energy efficient options available.

Argon Gas
Single pane windows do very little to stop heat transfer, so manufacturers started offering double pane windows. Now considered the standard, double pane windows reduce heat loss due to the void of air between the two panes. Simonton increases the energy efficiency rating further by filling that void with argon gas. Argon is 35 percent less conductive than regular air, so the movement of heat is slowed further. The temperature of the glass is also increased to reduce condensation and maintain a more stable temperature. A noble gas, argon also will not react with other materials, so windows are less likely to start corroding as they age.

Superior Seals
Simonton is dedicated to producing high quality windows, and they have a unique seal that is more energy efficient and weather tight. Their windows feature rail overlaps that interlock tightly, so air is kept out and homes remain more energy efficient. Properly sized and installed by the professional team at Exterior Home Systems, these windows will help homeowners reduce their energy expenses.

Tax Rebates
Tax rebates and savings have returned. Homeowners installing Energy Star qualified windows from Simonton can take a discount on their taxes. The credit is equal to 10 percent of the product cost up to $200 for eligible windows and skylights. This is a convenient way to help reduce the cost of replacement windows.

Trust an Experienced Company
New windows can drastically lower heating and cooling bills, and homeowners will also increase their property value when they make the investment. Trust an experienced company like Home Exterior Systems to handle the installation. Owner Jay Sanchez was born and raised in Houston, and he is committed to helping homeowners improve their properties. Their motto is that Home Exteriors provides people with a brand new house at the same old address, and they are happy to provide customers with free estimates.

An accredited business with the Better Business Bureau, Home Exterior Systems has been featured on Extreme Makeover Home Edition. The team at Exterior Home Systems has the Service Magic Seal of Approval, positive reviews on Angie’s List and they are part of the Texas Residential Construction Commission. They offer a variety of services including siding, windows and more, so homeowners can enjoy the home exterior of their dreams.

It’s important to invest in the right windows and doors for the home. With Simonton Windows from Home Exterior Systems, homeowners can save money on heating and cooling costs while making their home more attractive. More information may be found at http://www.homeexteriorsystems.com. Federal tax rebates are available for 2013, so those interested may call them today at 281-542-9577 and start saving money on the utility bills tomorrow.

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