It’s troubling to see water stains anywhere in your home. Windows are an area of vulnerability where water intrusion can do damage to the wooden frame and surrounding plaster or drywall. Water stains can be an indication that your windows are leaking, or may be an indication that water is accumulating on the glass from the inside, and dribbling onto the sill over time. Left untreated, water stains around the windows can lead to a variety of problems, including mold and mildew and eventually rot of your windows and framing. It’s important to address any stains you see in a timely manner to protect your home and your family.
New windows cost money sure, but they also save money in lots of ways. Before making your window installation budget, take into account all the ways that your new windows can reduce monthly, quarterly, or annual expenses. New windows can even help increase your home’s overall value when it’s time to sell your home. Below, we’ve listed five important ways that installing new windows from Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro can help you save money or reduce your household spending.
Basement windows are frequently exposed to standing water, ice and snow. Because of their vulnerable position in your house, it’s important to ensure that the basement windows you install are able to withstand regular exposure to moisture.
Basement windows can be high on the wall and difficult to reach, so choosing the right design is important. With a little research and by hiring a professional to perform the window installation, you can ensure that your basement windows are right for you and will last.
As the year comes to a close and weather starts to get colder, you might notice that your windows are looking “foggy”. Condensation on windows can be a problem for many reasons, including poor visibility, damage to the window frame and an overall wet, soggy mess. If your home’s windows experience this problem at this time of year, it’s important to know what causes condensation and what you can do about it.
Window replacement sure is a big investment, but for many New Jersey and New York homeowners, it’s definitely worthwhile. Below, we’ve listed the top 7 reasons to replace your home’s windows. Knowing the benefits of replacing your windows can help you decide if it’s time install all new windows in your home.
Not all home improvements are best done by homeowners. Some require experienced professionals. If you’re considering a DIY replacement window installation, there’s a lot you should know about the installation process, including the potential benefits and pitfalls. Knowing the potential outcomes of a do-it-yourself replacement window installation can help you decide whether this kind of project is right for you.