The living room is the centerpiece of your home’s interior. It is an area of busy activity where you receive guests and spend time with family and friends. When designing the space, don’t forget about the windows. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when replacing your living room windows:
The window frame plays an integral role in the efficiency and strength of the window. While wood, vinyl, aluminum and fiberglass remain popular frame options for window replacement, more and more homeowners are in the market for alternatives that combine the best qualities of these window materials without their weaknesses.
With the winter months upon us, it pays to be proactive when it comes to your home’s thermal comfort and energy efficiency. If you haven’t yet, consider checking the overall condition of your windows. Have they been showing signs of drafts or condensation? These issues can affect your indoor comfort and air quality, especially at this time of year. Continue reading as we explain the consequences of ignoring drafty or foggy windows.
Did you know that cold weather could cause your windows to freeze shut, making them impossible to open? This can damage the windows, not to mention pose a potential safety hazard. Read on as Renewal by Andersen® of Cape Cod, one of the top window contractors in the area, shares ways to keep your windows from freezing during winter.
Window replacement is one of the best ways to improve your home’s overall appearance and functionality. To ensure the project goes smoothly, you want to cover all bases, from choosing the right frame material and window design to hiring a reliable window contractor. In addition, you need to make sure you have a strong warranty. To get the most of your investment, make sure that your replacement windows come with solid coverage.