Home Window Replacement Guide

When it comes time to install replacement windows, you want to be sure you are getting the best ones for your house. You need new windows you are going to continue to enjoy and benefit from for years. Here are the factors to consider as a professional contractor is showing you the different windows available to you.

First, you need to think about the style of windows you want. Windows come in all shapes and styles. Some open while others will be closed all the time. Some of the most common windows homeowners seek to get include casement, bow, bay, garden, single hung, patio, skylight and storm windows.


You also need to think about what frames you want your replacement windows to come with. Wood, aluminum and vinyl frames are the most common. Each one has their pros and cons, and one style may look better aesthetically in your home than the others.

Different Glass For Different Windows

Additionally, ask the contractor about what type of glass you can get with your windows. Not all glass is equal, and some glass is going to be more energy efficient than others. Make sure to ask about the advantages of tempered glass, which due to its unique construction, is much more resilient than other types.

Always Ask About A Warranty

Before getting any new windows installed around your home, you definitely need to ask about the warranty. Different types of windows are going to come with different warranties. Make sure you understand the warranty precisely. Always ask the contractor to give you a copy of the warranty in writing, so you can review it independently.

You Get What You Pay For

Naturally, homeowners will need to think about the price tag for each type of window. Some replacement windows will cost more than others, but many times, spending more on a better window will pay off in the long run. Ensure the best results by getting your windows replaced by a professional.

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