Spring and summer are often considered the ideal times to invest in replacement windows. It makes sense, however, if the damage to your current windows is already too severe by then. When it’s time to tackle window replacement, you just have to push through with it regardless of the time of year. That said, scheduling it this fall has its unique benefits.
Satisfactory Weather Conditions
Hot and sunny days are not uncommon in the spring and summer, which is why these seasons are the perfect time for window replacement and other home improvement projects. Come fall, however, you might find that it’s actually a lot better. Outdoor temperatures during this time of the year is neither too hot nor too cold, with fewer chances of heavy downpours occurring. Fall weather does help installers in ensuring the project goes by without a hitch — in fact, the season’s temperatures are ideal to promote proper sealing around your new windows!
No Waiting Lists
Waiting until spring for a window replacement won’t always be ideal. By the time winter ends, you may still have to wait a few weeks before a contractor takes up your project. Choosing to wait also means sticking with your current windows, which may no longer be as effective in retaining indoor heat due to their age and condition. Scheduling window replacement this fall, meanwhile, means you get new windows almost immediately because it’s a less busy time for many contractors.
Better Discounts and Deals
Fall is considered an off-season for many window installers. It means that they’re likely to offer interesting deals and discounts to attract more customers. You can easily take advantage of the slashed prices and get the best value for your replacement windows. Of course, you still need to be careful when browsing different windows as some offers won’t be what they claim to be. Some are just too good to be true and are only meant to target unsuspecting homeowners.
If you’re looking for quality replacement windows for your home, Renewal by Andersen® of Central Pennsylvania has you covered! Call us today at (717) 591-4900, or fill out our convenient contact form to get a free in-home consultation. We serve York, PA, and the nearby areas within York County.