A change in seasons is the perfect time to start thinking about replacing your home’s windows. Tackling a home improvement project like this can be daunting, but with proper planning and preparation, you’ll be enjoying the benefits of new windows in no time.
Spring is the perfect time to replace your windows just when it is cool and dry outside. This is because warm weather allows window frames and caulking to seal properly. This means that when hot, humid weather arrives, your windows will have had time to adjust to the heat and humidity changes without any issues. Winter is too cold, and summer is too hot, so springtime is ideal for window replacement projects.
Here are a few benefits of replacing your windows in the spring:
Warm weather means less stress on your home
During winter, cold and dry air can cause paint to crack and window seals to deteriorate. Replacing your windows in the spring ensures that they’re not exposed to these factors that can cause damage and reduce their lifespan.
Better traction for installation crews
If you get new windows in the winter, you run the risk of installation crews damaging your lawn by driving their vehicles on it before or after installing your new windows. In addition, ice and snow can make walking around your yard dangerous for workers. With spring comes better traction and easier access to all parts of your yard.
Reduced chance of roof damage during installation
Some companies install roofing membranes with new windows to ensure that water doesn’t leak into your home from areas around the window frame once they’ve been replaced. In the summer, heat from working on a roof can be dangerous for workers, whereas temperatures are much more comfortable for outdoor work during the spring.
Everyone wants their home to look its best. Whether you’re selling your home or not, upgrading your windows is one of the easiest ways to give it a change and improve its curb appeal. In addition to looking great, new windows also improve energy efficiency, which can save you money on heating and air conditioning bills.
Reduces energy loss in your home
Windows are also one of the best ways to reduce energy loss in your home. If you’re noticing higher utility bills or having trouble keeping your house at a comfortable temperature, there’s a good chance your windows are at fault. Replacing them can save you hundreds of dollars each year on cooling and heating costs and make your home more comfortable for years to come.
We offer the best when servicing you at S & K remodeling’s services, and producing quality work is our priority. Reach out and get your window replaced!