New basement windows will look better in your basement, create a more comfortable space, and save you a bundle on your energy bills.
Throughout the home, windows are one of the weakest points in terms of the building's overall energy efficiency. When compared to the walls they're built into, windows are thinner, lighter, and nowhere near as effective in maintaining your conditioned space.
However, windows are unique in their ability to bring natural light into your home, while showcasing the beauty of the great outdoors. With basement windows, this is especially true -- they make the space feel less like a dungeon and more like part of your home.
Our experts at John's Waterproofing would like to show you how we can save you money by upgrading your existing basement windows. To learn more, contact us today for a free basement window upgrade quote! Our service area includes Vancouver WA, Eugene, Portland, Beaverton, Salem OR, Hillsboro, Gresham, Springfield, Corvallis, Albany, Lake Oswego, Bend OR, Longview WA, Tigard, Aloha, McMinnville, Lebanon, Forest Grove, Canby, The Dalles, Camas, Troutdale, Astoria, Prineville, Hood River, Sherwood, Wilsonville, Oregon City, Redmond, Keizer, as well as other areas in Greater Portland, Oregon.
At Basement Systems, we make it a priority to ensure that your basement windows are as bright, long-lasting, and energy efficient as they can be.
Our basement windows, window wells, and window envelopes are designed to maximize available light, protect your windows from outside influences, and save you as much money as possible on your home's utility bills.
If you have old, ugly, drafty basement windows, and your window wells are rusty, rotted, or corroded, they're not doing the job they were installed to do. Instead, they're bringing cold air and humidity into your home, while also leaving a potential opening for termites, ants, and other pests to enter.
At Basement Systems, we recommend the following three steps for upgrading those old windows:
Old-fashioned basement windows are often single-paned with metal frames.
Brand new, metal-framed windows will typically have an R-1 rating, which means that 50% of the heat that reaches them stays in, while the other half goes right out the window. As the window frame rusts, the window's energy rating will drop significantly.
Installing double-paned vinyl basement windows can significantly reduce the amount of energy that is lost through these windows. If those windows also use energy efficient Low-E glass, you'll save even more.
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One simple thing you can do to significantly improve the quality of your basement windows is to install a basement window envelope on the interior side.
Basement window envelopes are a secondary window paneling system designed to insulate your windows on the inside by creating a trapped air space in front of your existing panes.
They install easily, and they're an effective solution for drafty windows and single-paned windows that are energy efficient but pose no cosmetic problem.
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Replacing your old, outdated basement windows with new, energy-efficient ones is a great way to add comfort, value, and energy efficiency to your home. When the time comes to make the upgrade, John's Waterproofing has the long-lasting, beautiful solution you need.
Call or e-mail us today for a free basement window upgrade quote! Our quotes come with no obligation and include an on-site inspection and measurement, as well as our 88-page full-color waterproofing book.
We proudly serve the Greater Portland area, including Vancouver WA, Eugene, Portland, Beaverton, Salem OR, Hillsboro, Gresham, Springfield, Corvallis, Albany, Lake Oswego, Bend OR, Longview WA, Tigard, Aloha, McMinnville, Lebanon, Forest Grove, Canby, The Dalles, Camas, Troutdale, Astoria, Prineville, Hood River, Sherwood, Wilsonville, Oregon City, Redmond, Keizer and many areas nearby.
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