Spring is the time of year when we all begin thinking about cleaning up our homes and updating the things we don't love. After a cold winter of cabin fever, it's time to add a burst of energy to update your home this spring. There are four good reasons you should start planning to replace your windows during the mild Indianapolis spring this year.
Windows do not last forever, but they don't have a defined expiration date, either. Higher-end windows may last 30 years or more, when lower-grade, contractor-quality windows might start failing after only a few years. To tell when your windows need to be replaced, you need to keep a close eye on them and on the building materials that surround them. Specifically, watch out for these five signs that the windows in your Dayton home are beginning to fail.
If the windows in your Michigan home have started to show signs of wear, replacing them is likely your best choice. There are two ways to go about this. You could have the windows professionally installed, or you could undergo DIY window replacement. In almost all cases, the former is your better option. DIY window installation rarely goes as well as planned. Below, we present five reasons to avoid replacing your home's windows yourself.
If you plan to replace your windows in 2018, you may have a few questions about the process and about choosing the windows that are best for your home. After all, window replacement is a big investment, and you might end up living with your new windows for several decades. To help ensure the window replacement process goes smoothly for your Indianapolis home, take a look at these frequently asked questions -- and their answers.
When your windows begin leaking air, wiggling in their frames, or failing to close properly, you need to take action. However, deciding between window repair or replacement is not always as easy as you'd hope. There are a lot of factors that weigh on whether you're better off replacing your windows or making a few repairs and trying to squeeze a couple more years out of them. Below, you'll find several questions that will help you decide between window repair or replacement for your Dayton home.