Have you noticed a bit of a chill around your house windows lately? Even the most well-made windows can deteriorate over time and with excessive exposure to the elements. Windows are a significant investment, so it’s important to ensure that you are making the right decision about buying new windows or upgrades. Here’s what you need to know before taking the leap and buying replacement windows.
What Benefits Will I Get From New Windows
Updating your windows not only stops those pesky drafts but having updated windows can also result in significant energy savings. New windows are made with more energy-efficient materials and are made to fit tightly to limit airflow. If you’re seeing condensation between the panes, there’s a good bet that you’re losing some good insulation from your home.
Will New Windows Match My Home?
The good news is that windows come in a wide range of styles and colors — so you’re sure to find exactly the right windows to fit the look and design of your home. Whether you’re looking for a single- or double-hung window or looking for something a bit more unique, the professionals at Airtite Wholesale Building Materials can help match replacement windows to your needed styles and sizes with ease.
Is Interior Finishing a Part of Window Replacement?
Anytime you have contractors in your home, it’s vital that you have a warranty in place to protect against accidental damages or poor installation quality. When you’re replacing house windows, it’s not unusual to require a little touch-up of paint or repairs around the installation sites on the inside of the windows. Be sure to ask your contractor if this interior finishing is part of their contract or should be addressed separately.
Never start a home improvement project without a contract in hand that includes an agreed-upon timeline with stated consequences for missed deadlines. While interviewing contractors and getting the right installer can be a challenge, you can be confident that the windows you’re getting from Airtite Wholesale Building Supplies will always be top-notch. Contact our team of friendly professionals at 716-741-2127 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our replacement window options.