A couple in Valley City, North Dakota called Innovative when they were finally ready to have an egress window replaced in their basement. Their old window had seen better days: it was framed with old, crumbling wood that did little to increase energy efficiency and even less to protect against mold and rot. Innovative sent an egress window specialist out to Valley City to assess the problem and recommend a solution.
The specialist who worked with the homeowners checked out the damaged windows and recommended one of our brand new egress windows. These windows are vinyl-framed and double-paned. Because vinyl is an inorganic material, it's water-resistant and will not support the growth of mold. With one less basement fixture vulnerable to mold, there will be that much less of a chance for the mold to spread to the homeowners' other property. Decreasing the possibility of mold is an important step in finished basements, which will likely contain expensive furniture, electronics, exercise equipment, and items with sentimental value.
The double window panes will also make a big difference in creating a comfortable basement environment. Basements are notorious for being cold and damp, but windows with increased energy efficiency will make sure the conditioned air of your basement stays inside where it belongs. You'll end up paying less in home energy bills and, because the vinyl panes are so long-lasting, you'll save the cost of replacing the windows in the future.
Egress windows are important if your basement is going to be used as a living space. Many areas require two exits from the basement, making egress windows a necessity for safety purposes. Because Innovative has over ten years of experience installing egress windows across North Dakota and Minnesota, homeowners who want to install an egress window can rest assured that they'll be in good hands.
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