If you are noticing that your heating system is having less of an impact in the evenings, or the house is struggling to sustain heat in general, this may be an issue with your windows. Here are a few signs to look for when your windows may need repair, or full reinstallation.


Damage that requires replacement


Rotting frame damage- This is one of the easier signs of necessary replacement notice. Also, if you never had the windows installed yourself, and they’ve been the same since you purchased the home, they have a much higher probability of rot. Fortunately, this is easy to identify and allows for quick replacement.


This usually comes down to how effectively they were installed, as well as the quality. Unfortunately, neither of these issues have anything to do with you as a homeowner. Although frustrating, it’s important that you get the issue resolved as soon as possible.


Condensation damage over time- This is usually found in colder climates, or areas where excess rain evaporates slowly. When left stagnant, condensation damage sets in slowly, but can be quite harmful to the window frames. This damage is very difficult to amend and is often more cost effective to replace rather than repair.


Jammed hardware – these issues have the potential to be resolved in an isolated incident. If you recently found the hardware on your window to be jammed, not allowing you to open the window, then you may be able to salvage it. Unfortunately, these issues are often left unattended to until they need full replacement.


These issues can be a major burden, and we’re here to help you. Ask yourself: is it worth leaving these issues unattended to, or would it just be easier to get them inspected by a professional?


Give us a call today, and we can get started on helping your home feel like new again. We are looking forward to hearing from you!