Starting a Window Replacement Project – How Do You Know When the Time is Right?
Are you thinking about starting a window replacement project but are not sure that your home needs it? The first thing to consider is the age of your existing windows. Chances are, if your home windows are more than 10 years old, they may already be showing signs of deterioration. Visible deterioration, such as warping and rotting, are easy enough to detect, but there may be other signs that your windows need to be replaced.
What should you look for to determine if the time is right for a house window replacement project? Consider the following questions:
- Are your home windows difficult to open and close?
- Are you experiencing high monthly energy bills?
- Do your windows appear outdated compared to the otherwise modern look of your home?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, it’s time to call American Exteriors. Our replacement windows are constructed with 100 percent first-generation vinyl, meaning they will never warp or bend. And, with contoured lift rails and double brass rollers, they will open and close easily.
Additionally, our replacement windows are manufactured with energy-efficient enhancements to better insulate your home. With innovative multi-chambered frames, low-emissivity glass, and argon gas fills between panes in our home windows, a window replacement project from American Exteriors may help lower your monthly energy bills.
Furthermore, we provide a variety of window styles to complement your home’s architecture: bay, bow, casement, double-hung, sliding, and picture. These window replacement styles are available in our single-operator Statesman and double-operator Diplomat lines, both of which offer a range of benefits. No matter which model and style you choose, every house window from American Exteriors comes with a limited lifetime warranty. That way, your investment in a window replacement project will be protected for years to come.
If the time is right to start a window replacement project at your home, contact the residential window specialists at American Exteriors today. Be sure to asking about financing options that may be available on our new custom home windows.