A Spring Thing: the Perfect Time for Replacement Windows

After enduring winter, nothing beats the signs of spring and summer. If you’re looking forward to enjoying a warmer, sunnier spring, then you should take this time to consider replacing your old, faulty windows. There are a few really good reasons why the best time to replace your windows is now.

The Temperature is Ideal

Finally leaving the chill of winter and enjoying the more comfortable temperatures of spring are a nice change for homeowners looking to get replacement windows and the surrounding area. There are two ways this season’s temperatures can work to your benefit:

  1. Our team of professionals at Renewal by Andersen® are always well-trained and prepared, but they can work more efficiently in milder temperatures along with utilizing the warmer temperatures to keep the cold air out of your house.
  2. Winter temperatures can do funny things to window components—condensation and contraction being just two of them. This can make installations more difficult because some parts might not be an accurate fit—especially when the temperatures fluctuate.

Getting Ready for Summer

It’s usually around summer that people start planning parties and gatherings both big and small. Because of this, sprucing up your home can become a top priority. Windows are especially important as they’re very noticeable. In addition, investing in the right kind of windows can better highlight any beautiful views you want to show off or, at the very least, to bring more light into your home. Finally, our replacement windows also feature High Performance™ Low-E4® glass, which will help you save on energy bills…especially helpful during the warmer summer months.

At Renewal by Andersen, we take pride in carrying some of the best windows and replacement patio doors. We’ll be more than happy to help you meet your needs—especially this spring time. You should hurry though because everyone else might have the same idea! Give us a call now for a free in-home consultation!

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