About a month and a half ago, we saw something that inspired us. After responding to a 95-year-old's 911 call about overheating, Fort Worth Police Officers William Margolis and Christopher Weir felt compelled to help Julius Hatley. The two installed an air conditioning unit, free of charge. Posting on Facebook about her husband and his partner, Jennifer Weir said they were looking for others to come forward to help fix up other parts of the house. That's where we felt our heart strings tugged, and decided to be a part of the project.
It's a hard question to know the answer to. To help provide a little guidance, we've compiled a list of 6 ways to know it's time to replace the windows on your home.
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After educating yourself about all the different kinds of windows and making the financial commitment to replacing your windows, it’s agonizing to have the whole project ruined by a bad installation job. Your new energy-saving windows are crooked, they’re letting in hot air and you just know there’s going to be a puddle on the floor the first time it rains. That’s the last time you let your neighbor’s cousin’s kid do any home improvement just to save a buck. Window installation is a complex operation. A sloppy or unqualified installer can cost you a lot of money, time and frustration.
The windows in your home provide light, views, a patch of warmth for the dog to nap in and a sense of movement as the breeze moves through the trees. From the outside, they offer a glimpse of your inner world, warm light on a winter night, music spilling out onto the lawn on a beautiful spring day and the kids waving as you head to work. Unfortunately, old or improperly installed windows can also leak heated or cooled air, along with your hard-earned utility bill money. They ruin your view with condensation and can ruin floors by leaking every time it rains. Choosing windows to replace old windows or for new home construction is a major commitment. When you’re ready to tackle it, approach the process with confidence by asking these questions to find the right window company for you.