When it’s time to replace residential windows, whether a single window broke during roughhousing or it’s time to upgrade all the windows in your home, you have lots of options. For many homeowners, the number of frame, style, and glass types can seem overwhelming.
In this blog, we’ll discuss one of the best window options: insulated glass windows. We’ll cover how these windows work and how you may benefit from installing insulated glass windows in your home.
You may not think about your windows until you notice a smudge or a crack. However, as your windows age, they can become less efficient about controlling the way heat, moisture, and noise interact with your home’s interior.
At a certain point, it’s a better investment to replace your windows than to repair or revamp them. In this blog, we list eight signs that can help you identify if your windows have reached that point.