When windows malfunction, they let heat escape, moisture to come inside, and frost and condensation to form across the glass. Moisture and condensation produce mildew and mold, which can cause window frames and trim to rot. Consider replacing windows that leak air, are single-pane, or are hard to open and close. Leaky windows make furnaces and air-conditioners work harder, which in turn boosts fuel costs.
Replacement windows are a good investment. They will save you money in the long run, reduce fuel usage to help the environment, and add value to your home.
Select windows that match your home's existing windows and/or architectural style and that satisfy your light, ventilation, and privacy needs. Review
how different styles open and close, and if they tilt for easy cleaning. When you want privacy and windows with a streamlined appearance, look at models equipped with inset blinds. If sun damage to fabrics is a concern, check out windows with UV- protective coatings or tinted glass.
You'll save money if you replace existing windows with new windows that are the same size, style, and shape. Because new pre-hung windows will fit into existing openings, labor costs will be less. Replacing an old window with a similar version is a job that someone with strong carpentry skills can accomplish.
Contact us to see what your options are!