Replacing a window involves more than simply calling up a window installation company and setting up a visit. Unless you want some poor-quality, haphazard end-result, you want to approach this with as much information and preparation as possible. This means taking the time to carefully plan out the details with your contractor during the initial consultation.
So, you’ve finally completed your remodeling project, and the window and door replacement company are packing up their things to leave. Before they get your old doors and window frames into their truck for disposal, you might want to ask for them back. If these are wooden fixtures, then you’re essentially throwing away decent material for some unique home decoration or other opportunities.
Summer is about to wrap up. and overcast skies are here to replace the last of the bright sunny days. Now is the best time of the year to call up your window and door installation company for some winter-ready maintenance on your doors and windows. Delaying these important inspection and service visits can lead to more and bigger problems once the frosty weather rolls around.
Wood replacement windows are still popular for many homeowners because their timeless appeal is noticeably absent from newer window options. In this post, Stittsville Windows and Doors discusses the typical anatomy of a wood window. The Window Frame The window frame is the largest part of the window and is made from wood. Typically, most wooden frames these days are leagues beyond their predecessors, boasting high-performance treatments that allow them… Continue Reading