15 Considerations for a Window Replacement
You may be considering a window replacement project in your home. In previous blogs, we have shed light on the strong cost to value benefit for your home.
Today’s article is intended to be a checklist of personal benefits you may receive from a window replacement project. Just like the roof, paint, appliances, flooring, shades and furniture, your home’s windows need to be replaced from time to time. The following list is intended to help you determine if the time is now:
- Can you hear outside noises when the windows are closed?
- Is the outside temperature affecting your indoor temperature?
- Could the façade of your home use an upgrade?
- Do you have single pane glass windows?
- Have you noticed faded furniture or art?
- Are any of your windows painted shut, or cannot open at all?
- Have you noticed faded papers on tables near windows?
- Do you see condensation (water) in between the glass panes of your old fashioned double pane windows?
- Do you have storm windows?
- Do you have dust allergies?
- Are you current windows difficult to clean?
- Are your current windows difficult to open or close?
- Do you have some broken or non-working locks on your windows?
- Do your windows need to be propped open?
- Do your windows get stuck in any position?
- Are your current windows older than 10 years?
- Do you find mold or mildew around or near your windows?
- Do you have to maintain your windows each year?
- Are your windows rotting?
- Are your current windows a style mis-match for your home?