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Winter’s Coming: Get Your Replacement Windows

Winter can be one of the most expensive types of year for many Alabama homeowners, especially those who live in older homes with older windows. Maybe you’ve been thinking about energy-efficient replacement windows and just haven’t gotten around to have it done. Or maybe you weren’t even sure that you needed or wanted replacement windows.

Well, whatever the case may be, with winter approaching, now is as good a time as any – if not the best time – to actually go through with it. Newer replacement windows are typically made with a larger glass surface so that more natural light enters the home. At the same time, these windows are usually made with insulated frames, which can help keep the hot air in and the cold air out.

More About Replacement Window Frames

Modern replacement window frames are designed to withstand a number of issues, including warping, rotting and cracking. Newer frames are created with the use of durable materials, like vinyl, whereas older frames were made out of wood. This helps by keeping air out, even if the frame has suffered a crack.

Make Sure to Perform Routine Maintenance

It is crucial that you properly maintain your windows so they won’t fail prematurely. Ultimately, you’ll want to keep your windows clean, keep quality weather stripping in place and have regular inspections performed. Together, along with any tips your window installation expert can provide you, these things will keep your windows in tip-top shape, saving you money for years to come.

Hire a Professional

Although you could install your own replacement windows, it is to hire a professional company to do it for you. This is to ensure that the windows are 100 percent properly installed. Otherwise, that energy-efficiency that you will be hoping for will not be present.

Don’t start this winter off worrying about how high your utility bills are going to be. Start it off right by contacting C and K Roofing to install replacement windows all throughout your home.