Spring Is In the Air

By Published On: May 14, 20162.1 min read

The spring has come and temperatures are on the rise. You probably have already started your annual yard cleanup, or at least thought about it. While weather in the winter was not as bad as many predicted, we are still all excited to spend more time in the sun.

It feels so nice to throw back those heavy drapes and lift the sash for a refreshing spring breeze. Our replacement windows and patio doors are easy to operate and provide you lots of viewing space to observe the changing flora.

Considering window replacement for your old home windows will save you money on heating and air conditioning bills, especially if you have old wooden windows that have aged poorly. Gaps in frame allow air and moisture to get into your home and increase your energy costs in summer and winter. Windows style options make a huge impact on how your home functions. Sliding patio doors designed to glide effortlessly without extensive maintenance. That means you do not have to struggle getting in and out to enjoy the spring and summer warm weather. You can leave the door open slightly to capture a gentle breeze or close it tightly during the occasional showers.

Double hung windows are suited to almost every situation. If you want to encourage airflow from the top of the window or lift the lower sash, this is the style for you.

Casement windows are one of the most energy-efficient replacement windows on the market. They allow you to fully open the window for maximum ventilation. Configurations allow you to open from the left or the right side to encourage a better airflow and accommodate exterior landscaping and architectural elements. The single operating crank mechanism is extra durable and makes it a pleasure to operate.

Awning windows enable light-flow of air in tight spaces. They open outward, which means you can meld a row of awning windows above or below a fixed window for added ventilation. The unique awning design allows you to open the windows during a light rain without worrying about water coming inside. However, high winds may drive water inside any open window, even awnings.

To find out more about the many benefits of replacing windows, as well as how to save money on energy bills by controlling the indoor environment and giving your home a fresh, new appearance  click here or call us today and book free in-home consultation.

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