Each of your rooms requires a particular window style. Your home’s architecture may historically demanded only one or two types of units, but you shouldn’t make your decisions based on the norm alone. Plan your window replacement on a room-by-room basis, and consider the purpose of your windows in each space.
Window replacement is one of those tasks that should be left to professionals. Even if you can find DIY videos on the subject and feel confident about your skills, the truth is that window replacement is a complex job best left to experts.
Windows remain an integral functional and aesthetic set piece in your home, so it’s no surprise that 2017 has introduced several trends in windows that homeowners should follow. Renewal by Andersen® of Southeastern Mass and Rhode Island discusses the top window trends this year and why you should incorporate them into your home.
It’s not easy to tell if your windows are nearing the end of their life span; the signs of disrepair aren’t exactly obvious, but you will see signs. Renewal by Andersen® of Southeastern Mass and Rhode Island outlines them below.
High-performance windows may have a higher upfront cost, but investing in them nets you great energy saving rewards for many years. Renewal by Andersen® of Southeastern Mass and Rhode Island lists four reasons why high-performance windows are worth investing in.