Energy Efficient Windows Can Look Good & Save Money for Homeowners in the Cincinnati, OH, Area

Energy Efficient Windows Cincinnati OHEnergy efficient windows are a high priority for thrifty and environmentally conscious homeowners, but don’t think you have to sacrifice looks to get windows that will help you stay cozy in your home in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area while easing the strain on your wallet and natural resources.

For example, windows from Erie Construction come in more than 25 exterior colors, plus several interior wood-grain looks, because we know how important windows are to the overall appearance of your home. Moreover, you can get energy efficient windows in a variety of styles for your home in Cincinnati, OH, or one of the surrounding communities. Here are some of the styles we offer:

  • Double hung
  • Bay or bow
  • Slider
  • Casement
  • Awning/hopper
  • Even specialty windows

What’s more, all of our windows come with our proprietary Triple 24/7 High-Performance Glass System, a three-pane glass pack with inert gas fills designed to inhibit the transfer of heat energy. Combined with our custom-fit vinyl frames, these windows qualify for ratings from ENERGY STAR® and the National Fenestration Rating Council, so that you know you’re getting truly energy efficient windows that will help you maintain comfortable indoor temperatures without exorbitant heating and cooling costs.

In addition, our vinyl frames are low-maintenance and highly durable. They won’t warp, chip, or become pitted. In fact, our window systems are backed by a manufacturer’s lifetime warranty for all parts – from glass to frames to the balance system. We also provide a dedicated window installation team with expert training and extensive knowledge of our product to make sure our windows fit properly in your home and you get all the promised benefits, from superior insulation to admiring looks from your neighbors.

For more information about beautiful, energy efficient windows for your home in the Cincinnati, OH, area, contact Erie Construction today.