Are Triple-Pane Windows Worth The Money?



Are Triple-Pane Windows Worth The Investment?

Denver & Colorado Front Range Homeowners
Can Be A Lot More Comfortable

Homeowners shopping for replacement windows aren’t always sure about whether to invest in triple-pane windows.

Most people understand that single-pane windows are a poor choice because of weak energy efficiency and lousy in-home comfort.

But many are told that double-pane windows are “good enough” and that there is no reason to get triple-pane windows.

This problem is made worse because some Colorado Front Range window companies will try to claim that they can make their single or double-pane window “just as effective as a triple-pane window” with extra coatings of Low-E on the glass or other add-ons.

But that’s not true – you can’t make a double-pane window match the overall benefits of a triple-pane window.

[NOTICE: Ameritech Windows is having a special this month – our triple-pane windows at double-pane prices. Offer expires soon: CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS].[/vc_column_text][vc_tta_accordion][vc_tta_section title=”The #1 reason to go with triple-pane windows is more comfort.” tab_id=”1562779132161-80c584dd-eb9d”][vc_column_text]The #1 reason to go with triple-pane windows is more comfort.

When you think about it, you’re going to live with the comfort level your windows provide – every day, for decades.

Looked at in that way, investing a bit more in the extra quality and comfort of triple-pane windows makes sense.

Triple-pane windows are the key to comfort because triple-pane glass minimizes heat transfer when the sun is blazing and keeps more of the heat in your home when it is an icy cold winter day.

Of course, it’s not just increased comfort; triple-pane windows also have a practical impact on energy bills. The reduced energy bills are another big advantage of triple-pane windows, and those savings really add over time.

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But what is often overlooked are two other big benefits that make triple-pane windows the best choice.

For one, noise from the outside is greatly cut down with triple-pane windows. If you are a light sleeper who hears traffic or other outside noise that wakes you up, triple-pane windows are a great choice.

If you during the day you hear wind howling outside or are disturbed by neighbors doing yard work, triple-pane windows will make a serious reduction in the amount of noise you hear inside your home.

The other advantage that homeowners often overlook is the better security of triple-pane windows. One common way homes are broken into is by removing the glass in a window or breaking through it. Both of these break-in techniques are much harder with triple-pane glass.

The bottom line is that triple-pane windows are worth it. Colorado homeowners will enjoy all these benefits:

  • Much more comfort in the home; put an end to extreme temperature swings inside.
  • Lower energy bills – triple-pane is the right choice for savings.
  • Great noise reduction – your home will have a much more peaceful atmosphere.
  • Better security – removing or getting through triple-pane glass is very difficult.

Would you like to learn more about triple-pane windows? We give free consultation and quotes in Denver, Boulder, and the rest of the Colorado Front Range! Contact Us.

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