A Basic Guide to Triple Paned Windows

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In the Carolinas, and all over the United States, homeowners are becoming increasingly concerned about the energy efficiency of their houses. Due to this, more and more people are taking matters into their own hands and doing upgrades that will decrease their overall energy usage at home. Windows are among the biggest air leakage culprits in any building, so investing in “greener” windows is one of the best things you can do to lower your bills and make your residence more efficient. Here, you will find FAQs about triple-paned windows.

What is the average cost of triple-paned windows?

As a general rule, triple-paned windows are priced between $550 and $1,100. This is a wide range and accounts for things like brand name, window frame material, and type of glass. If you ultimately choose triple-paned windows for your remodeling project, you can expect to spend at least 10% more than you would on double-paned windows.

Certain estimates indicate it could take three decades for triple-paned windows to pay for themselves! They do, however, provide numerous benefits, including better insulation and interior climate control. Furthermore, this cost accounts for just the window; labor is not included. It is, therefore, important to get several quotes prior to blindly hiring a local Carolina window installer.

How are triple-paned windows constructed?

Triple paned windows, as you probably expected, have three panes of glass. These windows all feature spacers that allow the panes to sit exactly the same distance apart from one another. This ensures that the view is not rippled or warped in any way. Triple paned windows also have airtight seals between every piece of glass. This improves insulation, giving them a higher U-factor than single or double-paned windows.

What are the key benefits of triple-paned windows?

As mentioned earlier in this guide, there are some great perks that come with having triple-paned windows. Perhaps the most major benefit is the fact that you and your family will be more comfortable in your home. Triple paned windows provide better insulation than nearly any other sort of window on the market. If, for instance, you have a favorite reading nook that has been getting chilly with your current double-paned windows, triple-paned windows should make it much more temperate all year long.

In addition to assisting with climate control, triple-paned windows can decrease your monthly energy bills no matter what season it is. Although it will take time for them to pay for themselves in utility savings, this fact is worth taking into consideration, especially if your current residence is your “forever home.”

Another notable perk is that triple-paned windows provide exceptional sound protection. Some high-end models are even classified as soundproof. This is a particularly important benefit for those who live in urban Carolina regions, such as Charlotte, and for residents of rural areas where trains frequently run by.

At Hatch Homes, we perform window installations all over the Carolinas. If you are thinking about having triple-paned windows put in your home in the near future, there’s no time like the present to give us a call and schedule a free consultation. Our experts look forward to meeting you and answering any questions you may have about investing in triple-paned windows.

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