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Question to Ask When Buying Windows

Upgrading your windows doesn't just improve the appearance of your home. New windows can also increase the energy efficiency of your house, saving you money on your utility bills. Whether you're looking for a new bay window or hoping to install sliding glass doors, asking the following questions can help you make a careful, informed decision on your replacement project.

  • Are your windows custom made?
    Even if your windows or sliding glass doors are a standard size, be careful about purchasing prefabricated or pre-constructed, one-size-fits-all windows. Over time, your window frames can become warped, making them irregularly shaped. The only way to ensure that your replacement windows will fit snugly in the frame, is to have them specially made for your home.

  • From what materials are your windows made?
    Vinyl windows are generally considered longer-wearing than aluminum or wood-based alternatives. To get the most durable products on the market, look for models that are reinforced with steel. This makes them durable and able to withstand wear for longer.

  • What benefits do your windows provide?
    Replacement windows can have a variety of special features to help save you money and protect your home. Some have insulated glass, which helps to keep heat in during cold months. Others reduce the amount of ultraviolet light that enters your home with a special tint or are designed to reduce noise from the outside.

  • Are you a member of NARI?
    The National Association of the Remodeling Industry is the primary professional group for contractors who install windows in homes. Contractors who belong to the organization must meet ethical requirements, helping to assure you are dealing with a reputable company.

  • What type of warranty do you offer?
    Warranties on your replacement windows should cover the workmanship as well as the windows themselves.
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    Home window installation and replacement is part of the home improvement industry. New homes are generally built with custom windows and doors. However, many homeowners want to replace their windows. They may choose to go from single pane to double pane windows. They may also choose to install French sliding doors or windows to allow entry to and from a patio or outdoor area. It is also common to replace older wooden frames, prone to rot, with new plastic or metal. A skylight might be added to a dark room. These may be a specific improvement project or part of a larger one. Window contractors may also install standard, wooden doors or storm doors.

    The simple replacement of single windows and panes is also important, as is repair of damaged and rotten frames. Older houses may require custom replacement for a bay window or to preserve the look of old leaded glass. Stained glass tends to be created by specialists and is still often made by artisans working mostly by hand. Modern stained glass is often considered to be art work.

    Automotive window replacement is also important. Car and truck windows are designed to be almost unbreakable. They are also not flat, like house windows, but curved. In many cases, cars are made with factory tinted windows. Tinting is also sometimes added in the form of a film or tape. Most automotive windows are tinted lightly, with darker tints sometimes being used. Dark tints are common on limousines to ensure privacy.

    Commercial window cleaners are important employers, especially in large cities. Although residential homeowners sometimes hire window cleaners, most work on large buildings, often suspended at a considerable height. Although it is technically janitorial labor, it requires a certain level of skill to ensure the windows are cleaned right.