Instead of relaxing this Veteran’s Day weekend did you have to use your time off to work on your windows? Were you making repairs to damaged windows, or were you doing projects to try and help them survive through another winter?
Regardless of what you were doing for your windows this weekend, it’s time to put the end to spending your time off working on them. You have better things to do.
How Do You Get Out of Working On Your Windows?
To get out of spending your weekends with your old windows, you need to replace them with newer ones.
Sounds a little drastic, doesn’t it? But, in reality it’s not.
How Are New Windows Going to Save My Future Holiday Weekends?
The technology used in the creation and design of windows today makes them lower maintenance, and easier on the utility bill. New windows are going to give you your holiday weekends back by allowing you to be able to skip out of having to do the following regular maintenance that you have to do for your current, old windows:
- New windows don’t need any sprucing up at all for years to come
- Our new replacement windows do not need to be repainted
- If you stay away from vinyl you don’t have to worry about having to fill in gaps from warping
- Some of the new glass available for windows today don’t even need you to spend a weekend cleaning them, because they clean themselves
- If you get energy-efficient windows you won’t need to do all the winter preparation with them like you have to with your old windows.
But New Windows are Expensive, Right?
Yes, new windows can be expensive. But, think about how much time and money you are spending over and over again on those old windows. Not to mention the extra money you are paying out on your utility bill every month because your old windows are letting too much air pass through them.
So new windows may be more expensive at the beginning, but in the long run they will end up saving you money.
Also, you can save money on the price of those new windows by looking for sales like the one we currently have going right now. For more information contact us, and one of our window specialists can go over with you the best windows for your home and budget.