Your household to-do list gets longer as the temperatures go up, but a bay or casement window replacement is one project you should move right up to the top. Find out what you’re gaining this summer by making new windows a priority.
The Right Conditions
Remodeling and home improvement projects really pick up speed when summer arrives. The warmer temperatures and longer days make summer the perfect time to cope with all the tasks that cold weather can thwart.
Replacing your windows involves opening up your home to the elements. When it’s four degrees outside in winter, nobody wants to replace windows. Even spring is not ideal, with all that rain. The best time to replace the windows is during the sunny, warm summer days.
Furthermore, you will be able to enjoy those soft autumn breezes just around the corner when you replace outdated windows and arrange a specialty windows installation service in the summer. Old windows can be difficult (or impossible) to open, especially if they have been painted. Replacing yours now ensures that on that first fresh, breezy fall day you will have new windows that will open and close smoothly.
For Your Peace and Quiet
Things get noisy when summer finally arrives and everyone goes outdoors. Games for children, yard maintenance, remodeling projects, barbecues – all add to the level of noise in the neighborhood. While sounds like birdsong and children’s play can be pleasant and cheerful, most definitely are not the banging of hammers on your neighbor’s building project and the lawn mower’s roaring engine down the block. Any replacements for old, leaky windows will help damper the sounds from outdoors. So, if you are planning to have a casement or bay window replacement, it is best to do it when the weather is right, and the sun is shining.
Renewal by Andersen® of Arkansas is your leading choice for quality replacement windows in Fayetteville, AR, and the surrounding communities. To learn more about our products and services, just give us a call at (479) 250-3588. Schedule a consultation with us today!