A window replacement project may look like one for the summer. However, there are more advantages to replacing your windows in the winter.
Poor or old windows account for up to 25% of your average energy bill. This means that during the winter, you could be losing up to 25% of the heat generated by the furnace.
The good news is that you don’t have to wait until summer to carry out a window replacement project. You can replace your windows this winter and save on energy bills.
How do you know its time for a window replacement?
- You can feel airflow coming into your home even when the windows are shut
- If you see condensation between your double pane in the morning
- You have trouble opening and closing the windows
- Outside noises are louder than they used to be
- The windows leak water
Reasons to replace your windows during the winter
Scheduling an appointment is easier
Home improvement companies and window installers in Maryland don’t usually get so many orders during the winter months. Therefore, you’d get your window installation scheduled faster during the winter than in any of the other seasons. During this season, they’re more likely to work at your schedule.
Window replacement prices are low
Since winter is a season with lesser jobs for the home improvement industry, you may get additional discounts or other incentives that you wouldn’t get during other seasons. If your windows are due for a replacement, call Beltway Builders to see if you can get good deals on your windows.
Replacing your windows during the winter will provide immediate comfort
Newly installed windows can affect the comfort of your home immediately, keeping the cold, winter air outside and keeping the warm air inside your home. Additionally, they will also help you save energy and lower your energy bill.
Beltway Builders are your Maryland window replacement experts. For all your windows and doors replacement needs, you can trust us to get the job done professionally.
We also carry out other indoor home improvement and remodeling projects in Maryland during the winter.