Repairing or replacing windows during the warmer months is a wise decision for New Yorkers for two distinct reasons. Firstly, the wear and tear of winter months are more noticeable after the snow and ice melt away. Secondly, the full extent of that exterior damage is most easily addressed. Odds are your motivations to replace windows or more effectively maintain them are centered on reducing Jack Frost’s pull on your energy bills this time around. Regardless of your reasons, this series will lay out your options and plenty of tips for you to consider. In our series, we will cover:
Maintaining, Repairing & Replacing Wood Windows
When You’re Done with Wood: Fiberglass & Vinyl Window Options
Bay vs. Bow Windows: Which is Best for Your Home?
What materials are there from which to choose? How difficult is it to repair my windows by myself? How can I maintain my wood or vinyl windows so they last? The following installments will be all about the sills, panes, sashes and seals that surround one of your most pressing concerns this Summer: what do I do with my windows?
In our next post, Maintaining, Repairing & Replacing Wood Windows, we’ll list out 5 common problems and simple solutions regarding your window’s longevity. We’ll jump into repairing, replacing and how to figure out whether you should be focusing on one or the other. For more information on replacing doors and windows, contact us with your questions today!