Like every other piece of hardware in your home, your windows have a shelf life! No matter how much quality you invest in, the internal quirks of the material and the wear and tear from nature will eventually begin to show on your windows. You will begin to see this as your windows become more difficult to swing, lift and slide.
As your windows deteriorate, you will find it harder to maintain the climate in your home. The windows themselves may also become foggier as condensation becomes worse.
The question is what you should do when your windows begins to show the symptoms of being at the end of its lifespan. You may be able to repair them and hope that they survive for a few more years, but they are not always able to be repaired. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, then repairing your windows may be less viable than you think:
Yes, replacing a window always costs more than repairing it. However, it is much more important to consider the long-term ramifications of a repair versus a replacement. A replacement gives you peace of mind because you don’t have to worry about it for a few more years. You also have the ability to upgrade the style in your room and provide more comfort from newer, more durable and insulated materials.
In short, replacing your windows is an investment in your entire home. There are, however, some things that you should be mindful of during the installation.
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