If you’re anything like us, you’ve created a list of resolutions for the coming year. Part of those resolutions might even include a focus on better health and home life. Did you know that studies suggest one of the best ways to improve your health is by improving the quality of your sleep?
But, what happens if you live in a noisy neighborhood or have a home with outdated windows? You need to reduce the amount of noise coming into your home so you can focus on better health.
Read on because we have just the thing to help you.
Chances are if you’re experiencing a poorer quality of sleep than you need to, you might need to look toward noise cancellation in your windows and doors.
Why Noise Cancellation Windows?
It has to do with what is known as Sound Transmission Class (STC). According to Milgard, manufactures of the Quiet Line series of windows, “the higher the STC rating, the better sound control you can expect from a window.” Which means, if your windows are single pane or have wooden frames, there is a good chance your STC score is very low. If your STC is low, so is the quality of peace and quiet in your home, which can affect the quality of your sleep.
So what’s the solution to reducing noise and receiving a better night’s sleep?
In the case of ineffective windows and window frames, home window replacement Houston, Texas style may be just the thing you need. Michael Shoemaker, owner and window contractor of Custom Windows is a premier provider of the Milagard Quiet Line windows.
An expert in noise reduction, Michael and the team at Custom Windows can help educate you about the best solution for home window replacement. Whether it’s the Milgard Quiet Line as shown below or another solution custom made for your home, let Custom Windows help you keep your New Year’s resolutions with ease.
To learn more about noise reduction for your home, contact us today. We’d love to help you and your family start the New Year off with a (quiet) bang!