Signs That It Is Time for Replacement Windows

Jul 19, 2021

Are you considering a window replacement project but don’t know if now is the appropriate time to make that kind ofFurnished living room with a picture window overlooking a backyard investment? This is an uncertainty many homeowners grapple with. How do you know when your home is in need of replacement windows?

Luckily, this question isn’t too difficult to answer, which is why we have created a quick checklist for you to go by. If you have experienced any of the following, or notice your windows are exhibiting these telltale signs, then now is the time for replacements.

What to Look Out For

Here are some key signs that indicate that your home is in need of replacement windows:

  • Drafts felt throughout your home, even if the windows are tightly sealed
  • Noise infiltration from the outside, which can be quite a headache
  • Challenging operation, making it difficult to open and close your windows
  • Overall damage, such as peeling paint and splintering wood
  • A cloudy film that takes over the glass panes and won’t go away

And not only do replacement windows solve all of these issues, but they can also enhance the curb appeal and energy efficiency of your home. In fact, energy-efficient windows can also help reduce stress on your HVAC system and lower your monthly energy expenses—who wouldn’t want to take advantage of that?

Find a Window Company You Can Trust

Choosing a skilled and experienced window company can make all the difference. And if your windows are exhibiting any of the aforementioned signs, then now is the time to contact the professionals at The Door Store. Since 1987, our family-owned and -operated business has proudly installed first-rate replacement windows for homeowners throughout the western suburbs of Chicago, and we look forward to doing the same for you.

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