Windows: No ‘Pane,’ No Gain!

Windows: No ‘Pane,’ No Gain!

There’s no getting around the fact that the views in El Dorado Hills can be nothing short of stunning. Unsurprisingly, many homes in the area are designed with an extensive amount of windows in order to take advantage of the light, warmth and ventilation they can provide. Did you know, though, that windows can greatly affect a home’s energy efficiency? This is especially true in older homes, as window design and production have come a long way over the course of even the past few years.

Worried that you’re losing energy? You can reduce these concerns by installing energy-efficient windows in your home. If your budget is tight, certain improvements to existing windows can also be made.

CES Chooses Milgard Windows

At California Energy Services, we believe that the quality of the windows we install in our customers’ homes should never take a backseat. This is why we’ve chosen to work with Milgard windows and doors, which are energy-efficient from the production stage all the way until they reach your home. The company directs 97% of vinyl scrap from the manufacturing process into a clean waste stream, which is recycled for future production of window frames. Milgard’s vinyl windows average around 10-15% manufacturer recycled content, and their fiberglass windows are even more impressive at 25% post-consumer recycled content.

Milgard has done a lot to minimize waste during the production process of its windows. Glass waste has been reduced to nearly ⅓ of what it was ten years ago, and the company’s fiberglass pultrusion facility holds ISO 14001 certification, a standard for reducing waste and increasing recycling.

Let Us Show You the Difference New Windows Can Make

There’s nothing better than being able to enjoy the views in El Dorado Hills and maintaining a comfortable home environment. Milgard windows are the solution you’ve been waiting for, and the team at California Energy Services has a strong handle on how to properly install these exceptional products. Once you have new windows on your side, you can expect an uptick in energy efficiency, increased home comfort, and lower energy bills. If you can’t afford to install new windows, we’ll take a look at your current windows and offer suggestions as to how they can be made more energy-efficient.

Milgard products are the future of energy-efficient window design, and we’re here to show you what they can do for your home. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule an appointment!