The numerous wildfires in California are affecting the air quality outdoors. Health officials are recommending people stay indoors to prevent them from inhaling the smoke. But are your windows preventing air infiltration?
You might be wondering, “What is air infiltration?” It is the amount of air that passes through your windows. In other words, it’s air leakage.
How To Prevent Air Infiltration
You want to make sure that your windows are preventing air infiltration. To ensure you have the best results, your windows should be installed by a professional window replacement company.
Most homeowners automatically assume that having new windows means they get rid of air infiltration altogether, which is true if you choose the right window replacement company to get the job done.
Another thing to help prevent air infiltration is the quality of the windows you are investing in. This doesn’t mean that your windows will allow a significant amount of air leakage, but keep in mind that not all windows are created equal.
If you want energy savings you can count on and the best windows to prevent air infiltration, Anlin Windows will get the job done.
Anlin windows have a next-level glazing system with high-performance glass and spacer between the glass panes to deliver unparalleled energy efficiency.
Looking for windows with a weather-tight seal? Our windows offer a triple-fin weatherstrip with four windows of plush filler for a tight seal and superior air infiltration ratings.
Anlin windows also have a thick and durable vinyl frame with inner chambers that help reduce heat and cold flow through the frames.
At United Builders, we want to ensure the air quality in your home is safe for you and your family. Plus, we also want to help you save money on your energy bill!
For all your window replacement needs, contact us for more information or to request an estimate.