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5 Quick Potential Improvements To Your Home’s Windows

Renovating your entire home could be expensive, and also sometimes you might not need to make all this effort to make your home more comfortable for your family. This article will walk you through 5 quick fixes that you can do in order to improve your windows and doors:

1. Install Storm Windows

Storm windows provide extra protection to your family during colder weather. They also add insulation, keeping the rooms warmer in summer and cooler in winter. You can do it yourself or hire a professional window installer to install them for you. Learn more about how to hire a window replacement contractor.

2. Fill Gaps Around the Window Frames

Install new weather stripping on windows and doors to seal out drafts and save energy by eliminating drafts. It’s also possible that old windows just need a good cleaning especially on the corners and cracks of windows and doors. No matter what though, if you want to be sure there is no air leakage, get an expert to check your windows before installing a storm.

3. Get New Windows

Replacing windows is a permanent solution that will offer the most benefits, especially if you are looking for windows with energy-efficient features. They should be properly installed so they last for decades without having any problems.  Proper installation includes opening them, checking for drafts, and sealing them up to prevent air leakage between windows and walls. It’s also important to consider windows to be specially designed for your home because they come in different shapes and sizes to fit any house design or style/aesthetic preferences.

4. Add New Doors

If your old doors are difficult to close or open, it may be time to replace them!  It’s also possible that old doors just need an oil change! If you want updated doors that meet current building codes, choose windows specifically designed for your home.

5. Replace Broken Windows

Broken windows and drafts can not only cause discomfort and extra energy costs but also be a security threat.  If you have windows with broken parts or windows that aren’t working well, fix them as soon as possible to avoid additional costs and problems.

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