Do you think your home would benefit from a window replacement? Replacing old windows can be very beneficial. In most cases, you can expect decreased energy bills, easier cleaning and maintenance, and fewer drafts. Window replacement may not, however, be the best option for your home right now. It’s important to weigh all of the options with your local glass specialist before making your decision. Here are several questions you should answer before scheduling an appointment for a window replacement.
1. How much do you expect to save?
As with any home update, it’s important to keep your budget in mind. While it is true that window replacement can decrease your monthly energy bills, it’s unlikely those savings will completely negate the installation expense. Spend some time carefully assessing your budget before making your final decision.
2. Is repair an option?
Sometimes window replacement isn’t the only option. In many instances, you can have your local residential glass specialists repair the windows you already have. Make sure you determine whether this is an option for your home.
3. Would partially replacing your windows be enough?
Partial replacement may also be worth considering. Depending on the age and condition of your windows, it may be worth having the glass inserts replaced instead of the frames. Doing this will probably cost less and often offers the same benefits as window replacement.
Want to Discuss Window Replacement with a Professional?
Deciding to schedule window replacement is a big decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. If you have questions, the professional glass specialists at United Glass Specialists of Puyallup and the surrounding area have the answers. We will be happy to assist you with all of your residential glass, automotive glass, and commercial glass needs. Visit our website or call (360)703–9077 for more information.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Professional Window Replacement
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