Answers to 6 Common Window Installation Questions
Questions. We all have them, new ones pop up regularly and Google wouldn't be what it is today without them. When it comes to home improvement, at least, we have answers.
For example, are vinyl windows a good idea? Can you put a new window anywhere in your home? There are lots of questions like these when it comes to window installations. Here are six of the most common inquiries we receive.
1. How Do I Know My Window Needs to Be Replaced?
There are a few signs that it's time to replace your windows, starting off with whether they are more than 15 years old. If not, other signs that new window installation is needed include sticking or refusing to open, high energy bills, and an inability to maintain temperature.
2. What Types of Windows Can Be Installed?
If we're talking about an existing window in your home, there's a good chance any reputable home improvement company can install it. But you want to consult and confirm your window type with the company before getting started. Some of the most common types of windows that we install or replace include:
3. How Much Does It Cost?
Pricing for window installations varies greatly depending on things like the type of window being installed, materials, complexity of the installation, and so forth. But the good news is that companies like Expo Home Improvement will provide a no-obligation, upfront quote with accurate pricing before beginning the installation.
(Simply schedule an appointment to get started on the quote process.)
4. Who Provides Window Installation Services?
Some companies exclusively provide window installation services but most home improvement companies will provide these services as well. At Expo Home Improvement, we specialize in window replacement serving Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, and San Antonio residents. Our Anlin Del Mar Series windows won't rot, warp or crack and we guarantee this with one of the industry's best warranties.
5. What Types of Windows Improve Energy Efficiency?
Climate plays a big factor in which windows are best, and for Texas homeowners, a high-grade vinyl is the best choice. Because energy-inefficient windows are the single largest source of energy loss in a home, replacing your old windows with vinyl windows can reduce energy bills significantly.
6. Can My Windows Be Customized?
Yes! It will take a consultation to confirm, but it's likely feasible to replace or customize any window in your home. Since this may involve contractor or architectural work, it's important to ensure the company you hire is insured, licensed and offers the proper warranties.
Have any other questions about window installations? Ready to get a quote? Contact Expo Home Improvement today to schedule an appointment.