Is A Cold Bedroom Causing Sleepless Nights?

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Americans just don’t get enough sleep. That’s true coast to coast, but it’s especially true in Western MA. Children, adolescents and the elderly report the most trouble getting and staying asleep. Sleep experts have identified a number of factors that can keep people from sleeping. Screen time is a big one: for a good night’s sleep you’ll want to shut off your smartphone, tablet, and television at least an hour before bedtime. Another tip to make sure you and your loved ones sleep well at night is to ensure bedrooms are warm and comfortable.

Cold drafts and chilly bedrooms make it hard to sleep well at night. Old, leaky windows are one of the primary causes of uncomfortable bedrooms. Because the seals around windows tend to fail over time, and older window technology just didn’t do that good of a job keeping cold out, if the windows in your bedroom are a decade old or even older, it may be time to consider window replacement.

Window replacement services will replace one, some, or all of the windows in your home based upon your family’s needs and budget. In some instances, homeowners focus on replacing windows that are most visible from the street. However, there is something to be said for replacing the windows where your children and other family members spend hours every single night: their bedroom. Reducing exposure to cold drafts and chilly breezes is important to keeping your family happy and healthy.

Replacement windows are available in a variety of styles. Vinyl replacement windows are extremely easy to clean and maintain; their wipe-clean interior finish makes them an ideal choice for children’s bedrooms and playrooms. Security is a big concern for many families in Western Massachusetts; as local crime rates spike you want to know the replacement windows you choose are strong and secure.