Like different components of your home, your windows eventually need replacement. Also, if your new windows are not performing as efficiently as before, you should consider a replacement. Keep in mind that when you delay this project, your comfort could suffer and your energy bills can increase.
Read on to learn how often and when you need to replace your windows.
There Are Drafts in Your Home
Drafty windows can increase your energy bills by up to 25 percent. By investing in energy-efficient windows, you can significantly reduce your heating and cooling bills. If you’re considering selling your home in the future, new windows will help in increasing the value of your property.
Your Old Windows Are Damaged or Broken
Even if your windows are still operable, they can still experience damage. Common signs that your windows have failed are drafts and fogging on the glass that can’t be removed by wiping. Condensation between the panes of double-pane windows could be a sign of seal failure. It means that your windows are not efficient anymore, which means they need replacement. Is it a struggle to keep your windows open? If so, you may also need replacement windows.
You Want to Upgrade the Look of Your Home
Windows accentuate the style and beauty of your home. Replacing your windows will entirely change the appearance of your interior and exterior. You can also go for larger windows, which will illuminate your indoor spaces while increasing their appeal.
Whether you need new double-hung windows or casements, you can rely on Renewal by Andersen® of Central Pennsylvania. We install some of the most energy-efficient replacement windows, all backed by comprehensive warranties. Give us a call at (717) 591-4900 or fill out our contact form to get a free consultation. We work with homeowners in Harrisburg, PA.