On average, most replacement windows can last 15 to 20 years. This lifespan is affected by a number of different factors, the frame material, the local climate and the whether the windows were properly installed will all impact the lifespan.
How often should you have your windows cleaned? Once a year, twice a year…or is it even that necessary in the first place? While the answer will depend on a few factors, dirty windows in your residential or commercial building are an eyesore, plain and simple. In your home, it’s easy to forget how much brighter your rooms would be with clean, unobstructed windows. For businesses, dirty windows can be off-putting to potential customers.
Maintaining your windows is an important part of homeownership. Not only does cleaning your windows help your home look pristine, but it also helps prevent damage and other issues that could shorten the lifespan of the units. Here we’ve compiled some of the best tips in proper window maintenance for your perusal.
Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s time to go outside and assess what the winter has done to your home, and how you can fortify it for the year ahead. Your window contractors recommend taking a close look at your windows, since these are key in maintaining the energy efficiency of your home throughout the spring and summer. Here’s a short checklist of what you need to look out for when maintaining your windows throughout the season.