FAQ's

Window replacement is usually a big investment and upgrade to your home.  The appearance, performance, and durability should be considered before you choose new windows. The Window installation should be handled by a seasoned professional. Your windows performance will be highly dependant your window installers level of skill.

Look at the below factors and determine if you need new windows and doors:

  • Air leakage around the windows
  • Excessive condensation between the window panes
  • Your windows shake in the wind
  • Rotted wood or chipped paint
  • Energy bills are high or the house it either too hot or too cold
  • Windows don’t operate properly

 

 

 

 

Old windows can contribute to many factors that make your home less efficient, heat loss, energy consumption and drafts are signs you should look for when thinking about updating your windows. Dated windows are usually the biggest energy loss factor in your home.

 

 

Energy efficient windows increase the r value or insulation abilities of your home. It will keep your house warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Meaning you will save big money on energy bills. By increasing thermal performance of your window openings you could reduce heat loss through windows by 50% and save approximately 25% on energy bills.

 

 

A replacement window is a window that`s custom built window that fits the opening of an existing window frame. Unlike a new construction window, which is typically what builders use on new homes. These are usually seen at hardware stores Like Home Depot Or Rona. Replacement windows are a custom ordered product that will enhance your energy efficiency unlike that of a new construction window

 

Windows will do an awesome job at increasing or decreasing home temperatures. Windows in old houses were designed when energy, wood and aluminum were cheap and newer technologies were unknown. Today’s newer energy efficient windows are designed to kick butt in the extreme elements; keeping the elements out. An older home can loose up to 50 percent of its heat through inefficient windows and doors.

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