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New Hampshire Energy Efficient Siding Installation

Enjoy a New Hampshire home with siding installation, windows, or doors that saves both energy and money.

We know that as a country we tend to use far more energy than we need, and many home exterior manufacturers are taking strides to save energy for the sake of the environment. But energy efficiency also has benefits for the homeowner — mainly when it comes to your energy bills. The less you have to rely on your heating and cooling, the less you’ll have to pay at the end of the month. But how can you add energy efficiency to your home? Here are a few suggestions:

Siding Installation

Your home’s siding can in fact be very energy efficient, if you know what kind of siding to look for. Siding wraps your home and protects your insulation. The stronger your siding, the less chance there will be for unwanted heat loss. In New Hampshire, vinyl siding is the preferable choice. It’s durable and resists rotting, peeling, or warping. Vinyl siding can even be made to look like wood siding and have the texture of wood siding. Best of all, vinyl is a more affordable option than wood siding to begin with, although you want to be sure that you’re choosing high quality vinyl and not vinyl that’s too cheap.

Metal Roofing

When it comes to energy efficient roofing, metal is the way to go. This hardy, but lightweight material will last for decades upon decades, keeping its vibrant color and keeping heat from escaping through the roof of your home. It’s also fire resistant and exceptionally low maintenance. However, don’t go for just any metal roofing. Standing seam metal roofing interlocks, keeping all fasteners hidden from the elements, so as to hold up for a longer period of time.

Replacement Windows

Finally, your replacement windows can be a great help when it comes to energy efficiency. At Jancewicz & Son, we offer Marvin replacement windows, one of the top brands on the market. In particular, Marvin has a line of wood-ultrex windows, offering the perfect combination of looks and energy efficiency. The interior of the window is done in wood for that classic elegance. The exterior is ultrex fiberglass, one of the strongest window materials on the market today. The exterior keeps air leakage down and ensures energy efficiency, while the interior of your window suits your personal aesthetic.

Looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient? Contact Jancewicz & Son today for more information or a free quote.


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