With the new year in full swing, people all across the country are looking for new ways to make their homes a better place to live. This makes sense, of course, because your home is where you spend quite a bit of time. It’s where you wake up and enjoy breakfast with your family. It’s where you enjoy some rest in the backyard. It’s where you return to at the end of a long day for some much-needed relaxation.
At WinChoice USA, your source for the best replacement windows in the industry, we think that now is the perfect time to think about a few of the ways that you can improve your home this year. After all, you might as well enjoy your living space since you spend so much time in it! But how can you do that exactly? As a matter of fact, that’s the topic of today’s post. If you’d like to get a few helpful ideas for improving your home, keep reading to learn more.
3 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS YOU’RE SURE TO LOVE
Refresh Your Walls
Whether it’s a new color on the walls, some fresh artwork to improve your space, or even just a bit of thoughtful rearranging, changing up what’s on your walls is a quick and easy way to completely transform your living space.
Let’s tackle the paint idea first. Perhaps you moved into a home with white on every wall and ceiling and didn’t think much of it. Maybe you painted the walls when you first bought your house, but it’s feeling a little stale. If that’s the case, a new coat of paint can make all the difference in the world!
Once that’s taken care of, figuring out what should go on the walls is really what will help to tie everything together. Whether that means rearranging what you already have by taking pieces and putting them up in different rooms or it means going out and getting completely new art, the end result is that your home will feel wonderfully updated, fresh, and exciting.
Declutter The Basement
If your basement is like most people’s, there’s a good chance that there is some stuff hanging around down there that you just don’t want anymore. From old dishes to beat-up furniture to books, a lot of things tend to end up in our basements.
Why not take the opportunity to get rid of the stuff that’s just taking up space? You’ll feel so much better each time you descend the steps into your basement when you open the door and find that there’s not much down there, and what is is well organized. At the end of the day, getting rid of the stuff you no longer want or need is never a bad idea!
Get Replacement Windows
Have your current windows seen better days? Are you interested in updating the look of your windows? Did you hear that the newest energy efficient windows can save you big bucks? Whatever the reason, having replacement windows installed in your home is never a bad idea.
Best of all, at WinChoice USA, we’re licensed, bonded, and insured, so you know the job will get done right. On top of that, we back our work with an industry leading lifetime warranty for maximum peace of mind. No matter your reason for getting new windows, we think you’ll find that they’re just the thing that makes your home a wonderful place to live. And hey, if you have them installed now, you can enjoy the unbeatable feeling of opening them in a couple of months to let that soothing spring breeze in.
As a homeowner in the Southeastern United States, there are a number of different home renovations that you always have on your mind. After a severe storm, you might need to replace your roof or siding. After a cold winter, you might need to give the piping in your home some attention. After 10-15 years, there are a number of home appliances that you will likely need to replace.
Windows are no different. In fact, on average, windows will last between 15-20 years before they need to be replaced. That said, not all windows make it to that milestone.
At WinChoice USA, we provide the southeastern region with premier window repair and window replacement services — because sometimes windows fail — and there is really nothing that you can do to prevent that aside from regular maintenance.
In today’s blog, we will be discussing some of the more common window damages and failures that might prompt you to consider having your windows replaced. And when you need window replacements, we urge you to consider getting in touch with our Top Rated National® window replacement team.
COMMON WINDOW ISSUES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
While there are many more than four issues that might prompt you to have your windows repaired or replaced, there are four primary issues that our team sees most in the southeastern region. The four most common window issues are:
Windows are meant to be a barrier between the indoors and the great outdoors. retain heat in the winter and keep cool air inside during the summer. Unless your windows are drafty, that is. Your windows can become drafty for a number of different reasons, including improper installation, faulty caulking or weatherstripping, and manufacturer defects.
While drafty windows are primarily undesirable because they affect the indoor climate by allowing air in and out of your home, they can also cause a large spike in your utility bills. As air escapes or enters your home through the drafty window, your heating and cooling systems will work harder to regulate the temperature in your home — thus raising your utility bills significantly.
If you notice that you have drafty windows, we urge you to get in touch with our window repair and window replacements team, here at WinChoice USA. In most cases, the cause of the draft can be identified and fixed — and if the windows can’t be fixed, our team can work with you to discuss window replacements.
Another common issue that our team sees in the southeastern region is window condensation — or a buildup of water between the window panes as a result of the humid climate. Much like a draft, window condensation suggests that there is some sort of air leak in the window that is allowing the condensation to get between the panes.
When windows accumulate condensation between the pains, it can cause the window to become foggy or cloudy. That said, the cloudiness between the panes does not just inhibit your ability to see outside. Instead, much like a window draft, the condensation suggests that there is an air leak and that your heating and cooling systems are working harder to maintain the temperature in your home.
While you might be able to find a do-it-yourself guide online that claims to be “the perfect remedy” to your situation, most guides only account for the removal of the condensation and do not address fixing the insulation of the window. Because of that, it is our recommendation to consider window replacements that have a warranty on their seal — something that our team would be happy to help you with.
Warping, Rotting, Or Cracked Wood
While some of the most common issues with windows in the Southeastern United States are related to the window itself, the wooden frame that holds the window in place can also become damaged. Due to our humid climate, it is not uncommon for improperly sealed or damaged wood to become rotten — and if the weather becomes hot and dry while the wood is saturated, it can even crack or warp too.
Whether the wooden frame has become warped, cracked, or rotten, it is important that you have the window frame or the window itself replaced or repaired quickly. If damaged wood or wooden window frames are not replaced or repaired quickly, it can lead to further damages to your home. If you notice issues with your window frame or the wood surrounding it, we urge you to contact our team to schedule a window inspection right away.
When it comes to your home’s windows, there is nothing more dangerous, frustrating, or costly as having one or more faulty windows. Windows can be faulty for a number of reasons. Sometimes they are improperly installed and are unable to function properly from the get-go. Other times, they become faulty over a long period of time because of improper maintenance or other factors that are outside of your hands as a homeowner.
Regardless of why your windows have become faulty, whether you need to prop the window open, it doesn’t retain heat, or it becomes stuck — it is important that you get in touch with a professional window repair or window replacement team to address the issue. At WinChoice USA, our team will inspect your faulty windows and determine if the can be repaired. If they can’t, we will work with you to find an affordable, high-quality window replacement solution.
NOTE: When you are shopping for new windows in your home, be sure to find a window manufacturer and installer (like WinChoice USA) that offers and exceptional Limited Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty.
WHEN SHOPPING FOR WINDOWS, THINK WINCHOICE USA
If you want your home to be equipped with high-quality windows that are sure to withstand the test of time, come visit us at WinChoice USA. Serving the entire Southeastern region of the United States, WinChoice USA is your Top Rated National® window repairs and window replacement team — and we would be happy to help you find the windows that you deserve.
At WinChoice USA, we love making our products right here in America. It’s right there in our name! After all, because we strive to be America’s choice for replacement windows, we want to ensure that you end up with a quality product, and the best way to do that is for us to make them right here in the States.
Sure, we could enlist the help of overseas companies to manufacture the products that we make, but that would mean that we couldn’t be as hands-on when it comes to quality control. Instead, we make them here so that our team can ensure that everything is made just the way it’s supposed to be. We have high standards for the quality of the replacement windows we make because we want them to stand the test of time.
Speaking of which, each of our products is backed by an industry-leading limited lifetime warranty, ensuring that no matter what the future holds for your windows, you’re covered. It’s just another part of what makes our products so great! However, it starts with the quality of our products, and as we mentioned, the way we ensure top quality is to manufacture our windows in the good old US of A. It’s what sets us apart, and we want to share an inside look at what you can expect. Keep reading to learn more, or contact our team today to get a free estimate for your window installation project.
Better Products — Period
When is the last time you bought something that was made in America? These days, it gets harder and harder to do it even if you want to. It used to be easy to walk into a store and grab a pair of blue jeans that were woven at a local mill, sent to a local factory for assembly, and then shipped by a worker to their final destination. Nowadays, you likely have to take your search online to find jeans that are made in the United States.
The same is true for many other products. From boots to shirts to razors to dishes to watches, most of the items that we use on a daily process are made overseas. Why is that, you ask? There are a number of factors at play, and we certainly don’t want to pretend that we know how other companies make their business decisions. In many instances, however, it often comes down to the bottom line. In other words, can a company minimize its costs upfront to maximize its profits? This is a fair question. After all, overseas labor is nearly always less expensive than it is in the States.
Unfortunately, like we mentioned above, it means that the company doesn’t have as strict of control over the quality of the final product. Let’s go back to the example of blue jeans. If you’re old enough to remember this, there was probably a time that you could walk into a store and buy a pair of pants in your size without even trying them on. After all, the tag said your size, so you knew they’d fit. Nowadays, quality control is less rigid, and five pairs of pants in the exact same size will probably all fit quite differently.
The Same Is True of Replacement Windows
If the standards for quality control have disappeared for clothing, imagine what it’s like for windows! Is a window that’s supposed to measure 4’ x 4’ actually going to be that size? Add in the fact that many factories overseas are using the metric system and it gets even more confusing. American windows are generally measured in inches and feet, and similar measures in centimeters and millimeters are often just a little bit off.
Do the workers in these factories do a fine job? Absolutely! Workers overseas are good people who work hard. At the end of the day, they’re just trying to make a living. Unfortunately, sometimes measurements can get lost in translation and products can arrive damaged during shipping. It’s just a fact of life.
We certainly don’t want to come across as a company that bashes products that aren’t made in America just for the sake of doing so. In fact, many products that come from factories across the globe are known for their high quality, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. For us, however, it just makes sense to manufacture our windows in the United States because it allows our team to be involved in every step of the process. The end result? A product that we know is superior because we’re able to oversee its production from the time your order is placed until the time our window installers are placing your replacement window in the frame.
Get a Free Estimate for Long-Lasting Windows
When you choose WinChoice USA, the end result is a beautiful window, custom-made to suit your specific window opening. They’re made in the style of your choice, so whether you’re updating the look of your home or you’re simply in need of something that’s more energy efficient than what you have now, we think you’ll be pleased with what we have to offer.
You’ll also get our limited lifetime warranty, so you know you’re covered no matter what. It doesn’t get much better than that!
Ready to get started? We’re here to help! Contact our team today to get a free estimate. We have locations all across the Southern US, so no matter where you are, we have you covered.
When you choose WinChoice USA, we want you to know that you’re choosing quality. Replacing the windows in your home is a big undertaking for many people, and we know that it can be something that’s both stressful and time consuming. The good news is that as experts in the industry, we can make the entire process a little bit easier. No matter what style of replacement windows you need, we’re confident that we can come up with options that suit your style and your budget.
As a veteran-owned business, we know the value of hard work. We also know how important honesty and integrity are when you’re choosing to let a company tackle a big project for you. That’s why in today’s post we’ll be breaking down exactly what you can expect from us during the entire process. We want to bring transparency to what we do because we know that it can be intimidating for homeowners to have large projects done on their homes. If you’re interested in replacement windows, but you’re not really sure where to start, this blog is for you. Keep reading to learn more!
What Our Window Installation Process Looks Like
First, you should know that our team will go above and beyond to make your experience as simple as possible. It starts with us coming out to assess your specific needs. We’ll take a close look at the windows on your home to determine just what needs to be done. We’ll also chat with you about your needs. For example, if you’d like to change the style of your windows, just let us know and we’ll take that into consideration.
Next, we’ll come up with a quote for the work that needs done. We’ll break it all down for you, showing you how much you can expect to spend on labor and what the window prices look like.
One thing we want all of our customers to know is that there’s no obligation to choose us. We know that people like to shop around and consider their options, and the last thing you want to deal with is a pushy salesperson who is trying to bully you into making a decision on the spot. It’s a big project for your home and you deserve to take the time to consider what the best move is for your home. It’s as simple as that.
New Windows No Matter Your Location
If you choose to work with WinChoice USA, we’ll put in an order to have your windows made. We’re licensed, bonded, and insured, so once they’re ready to go, we’ll be in touch with you about specific dates that work for you to have us install them.
And speaking of window installation, we proudly serve a variety of different locations across the Southern United States. With locations in Jackson, Oklahoma City, Atlanta, Monroe, Memphis, Shreveport, Little Rock, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and Huntsville, our goal is to cover as wide of an area as possible. If you’re near any of those locations, call the one closest to you and we’d be glad to make sure that you get the service you need. Of course, we’re working on opening new locations in the near future as well, so keep your eyes open as we seek to provide the best home window replacement options all across the United States!
Offering a Limited Lifetime Warranty on Replacement Windows
When you undertake a large project for your home, one of the biggest determining factors in your decision probably has to do with your peace of mind. Did the contractor you speak with seem trustworthy? Was your estimate in line with others that you were given? Do you like the style of replacement windows offered to you?
And perhaps the biggest question: does your window contractor offer a warranty of any kind?
Good news! WinChoice USA is known for its industry-leading limited lifetime warranty. We stand behind the quality of our products because we know that it’s the right thing to do. As we mentioned above, projects like replacing the windows in your house are usually a big undertaking. You deserve to know that if any issues arise in the future, you’re covered. Be sure to ask for a copy of our warranty when you get your quote so you can look it over! It’s just one of the ways that WinChoice USA strives to be the best in the business.
Start Your Project Today
At the end of the day, we know that you have choices about which window company to choose. That’s why we go above and beyond to ensure that our customers have the facts about what it’s like to work with us.
Have a question? We’d love to hear from you and we’d be glad to answer it! Ready to schedule an estimate? We can take care of that as well! Contact our team today to get the process started and rest assured that no matter your location or your unique needs, you’re in good hands.
As a homeowner, hearing the words “renovation” or “home improvement” is likely enough to make you cringe. While the idea of sprucing up your home might be exciting, the financial burden of a large project is impossible to ignore.
As it is with any home improvement project, shopping for replacement windows has its share of difficulties. You first have to decide what kind of windows you’d like, find a window manufacturer that has those windows, and then schedule window installation with a contracting team. Not to mention that as you do so you are always looking for the best possible deal. So in short, yeah — shopping for replacement windows is difficult.
At WinChoice USA, we would like to challenge the idea that shopping for replacement windows always has to be a burden. Why? Simply because we have found the solution — a full-service window buying process and unmatched customer service.
Continue reading to learn more about our commitment to our customers.
What Sets Us Apart
As our full-service window company began to grow from our first five employees to our current 5,000 employees, we noticed that there are not many window companies that can take care of you during the entire window replacement process. Instead, we noticed that there were window sellers, window manufacturers, and window installation contractors — forcing homeowners to contact and schedule appointments with three separate companies.
While the traditional model of window replacement worked for homeowners, it was a long and painful process. In fact, people knew that it would be a long, stressful process before they contacted the window seller, but at the time, it was their only option. And that is exactly why we decided to make Winchoice USA different.
When you get in touch with a member of our team, you can rest easy knowing that we will be there with you during every step of the window buying process. Rather than getting the windows that we sell from a manufacturer to flip, we manufacture our own windows right here in the United States. So when you speak with a member of our sales department, you can rest easy knowing that we aren’t peddling a cheap product.
But we don’t stop with sales like other regional window sales companies. Rather than dropping your windows off and moving on like other companies, we have our own window installation contractors — meaning that the transition from sales to installation is seamless. And the best part is, once they are installed, you won’t have to worry about replacing your windows again for years to come.
Let Us Help You With Your Next Window Needs
If you need replacement windows or windows for new construction, we urge you to get in touch with a member of our team today. Serving the Southeastern United States, our team is here to make sure that your window shopping experience is easy, affordable, and leaves you with a smile.
If you are a homeowner, window replacement might be something that has crossed your mind. Whether you have just moved to a new home and would like to update the windows or if it is simply time to replace the windows in your current home, WinChoice USA is here to help.
As the premier replacement window manufacturer, seller, and installer in the Southeastern United States, WinChoice USA is your one-stop-shop for all things window-related.
So you are looking into replacement windows. Should you go with a standard window replacement or a full-frame window replacement? Continue reading below to learn more.
Full-Frame Window Replacements vs. Standard Replacements
Before we can begin to discuss which window replacement would work best for your home, it is important to understand the difference between the two methods of replacement. That said, if you stay up to date with the WinChoice USA blog, you may have heard us talk about the two window replacement styles before.
Most often, when we are discussing these two styles of window replacements, we refer to the windows as replacement windows and new construction windows — with new construction windows being full-frame window replacements. New construction windows and full-frame window replacements are the same type of window used in two different situations. In new construction, the window is mounted to the wooden infrastructure of the wall while the home is being built. When used in a standard window replacement situation, new construction windows become known as full-frame replacement windows because the frame of the old window must be removed so that the replacement windows can be installed just as they would be in a new construction build.
The Case for Standard Window Replacement
While we fully advocate for full-frame replacements, we do believe that standard window replacements can sometimes be the best option. For one, standard window replacement is more affordable than full-frame window replacements because the installation process is less intensive. In addition to having a less intensive installation process, the material cost of the windows will also be lower — as the windows are made smaller so they can be mounted on the interior of the existing window frame. In short, standard window replacements can prove to be beneficial in some situations.
If you have any questions about standard window replacements and would like to discuss the logistics with a member of our sales team, contact us today.
Why Choose Full-Frame Replacement Windows
Before we begin advocating for full-frame replacement windows, we want to point out that while they are more expensive, they add greater value to your home in the long run. So when you are looking at the two window replacement options, consider the installation of full-frame windows as an investment. But why does our window replacement and installation team recommended full-frame window replacements?
If you are looking for window replacements that are energy-efficient, we always suggest that you choose full-frame window replacements. In standard window replacement, the new window is mounted directly to the frame of the existing window. When this is done, there is an increased risk of airflow and energy loss in your home as there are now two critical seals along the exterior of the window — the seal between the old frame and the wall and the seal between the old frame and the new frame.
If there is one reason that you should always consider full-frame replacement windows it is because of their aesthetic value. When you have full-frame replacement windows installed, you don’t have to sacrifice any windowpane surface area.
When a standard window is mounted within the frame of another existing window frame, the surface area of the pane is significantly decreased as the window must be manufactured to a smaller scale.
When it comes to having a durable, long-lasting replacement window installers, there are no options better than full-frame window replacements. Due to the installation method, you can rest easy knowing that your windows are secured in a low-risk way that increases energy efficiency and protects your home.
Standard replacement windows, if damaged or improperly installed, can lead to future home damages that could otherwise be unavoidable. Full-frame window installation allows the installation team to firmly seal and secure the replacement windows in a way that will last for years to come.
For Full-Frame Replacement Windows, Think WinChoice USA
At WinChoice USA, we are dedicated to bringing our customers high-quality windows that are built to last. That’s why we manufacture, sell, install, and warranty all of our windows.
Are your windows damaged? Yes. Do you need new windows? Probably.
When it comes to major home improvements like window replacements, it can be difficult to determine when the right time to take action is. On one hand, you don’t want to have faulty windows, and on the other hand, if your windows are still in decent enough condition, you’ll likely want to avoid the expense of window replacement.
Determining whether or not you need new windows is not an easy task — unless the damages to your window are as obvious as the neighborhood kid’s baseball sitting on the carpet beneath the windowsill. Because it can be difficult to diagnose the extent of most window damages, our team at WinChoice USA offers free window inspections with each in-home presentation. So if you suspect that your windows might be damaged, be sure to schedule a consultation with a member of our team today.
Below, we have outlined a few of the telltale signs that you might want to consider window replacement.
When you are sitting in your house, it might be normal to hear cars and pedestrians walking by. That said, if you can hear every word that the pedestrians are saying or the rattling muffler of the car as it drives past, there could be an issue with your windows.
When a window is installed, it is meant to be a barrier between the indoors and the outdoors. If excess sound is making it through the shut window, it is a sign that the window sealant has failed or that the window was installed improperly. In some cases windows allowing sound to pass through can be fixed, but if the window was installed incorrectly, it is more than likely that window replacement will be necessary.
Another telltale sign that your window seal has failed or that a window has been installed incorrectly is if you can feel air passing through the window. Drafty windows are more than just a nuisance — they are also a utilities drain.
When you have drafty windows, up to 30% of the energy used to heat and cool your home is lost. Sometimes drafts can be remedied by applying more sealant to the outside of the windows. Other times, however, windows can’t be fixed and will require replacement.
Water Damage & Active Rot
One of the more obvious window damages that you might notice is the presence of water damage or active rot caused by water damage. If a window seal is damaged for a long period of time without being repaired, water can actually get inside the wooden frame of your window. If the window saturation goes unnoticed, it can lead to rot.
If you see water damage on a window, it is important that you investigate the extent of the damages right away. If you don’t limit the damages caused by the rot, it could spread to the wooden supports in your wall.
Difficulty Opening, Closing, & Locking
Everyone has experienced a stuck window in their life. No matter how hard you push down or pull up the window it resists. And when you finally do get it to move, it makes a loud creaking noise.
When a window is stuck, it is usually a result of exposure to moisture — whether it was past exposure or constant exposure. Past exposure can lead to the metal components rusting and window frame warping — thus making it harder to open and close. Current, prolonged exposure can lead to active window rot. So if your window is difficult to open, close, and lock, it is a surefire sign that it is damaged.
Above, we discussed how improper window seals can lead to drafts and excess noise. Similar to the window frame, the window panes can also become damaged if improperly sealed. The two panes of a window are used to act as a thermal barrier. If the outer seal is broken, so is the barrier.
When the outer seal of a window pane is broken, it can allow condensation to build up. When moisture begins to accumulate, it negates the energy efficiency of the window while also restricting your ability to look through it.
Let Us Inspect Your Windows Today!
Serving the entire Southeastern U.S., WinChoice USA is the premier window installation and replacement window company — and we are here to help you with all of your window needs.
Offering competitive prices, favorable warranties, and free project estimates, our team is here to make your window replacement experience effortless and pain-free. If you are interested in learning more about our replacement windows, as well as having your current windows inspected, we urge you to reach out and contact a member of our team today. We look forward to hearing from you.
Can you believe that it’s already 2020? At WinChoice USA, our biggest priority is to provide our clients with high quality replacement windows, so if you’ve resolved to make your home a better place to live this year, we can help.
With locations in Jackson, Oklahoma City, Atlanta, Monroe, Memphis, Shreveport, Little Rock, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, and Huntsville, we’re always here to offer the best service at the best prices. No matter the type of windows you need, you can rest assured that we’ll get the job done the right way the first time around.
Make Your Home Better This Year
A new year means it’s time to treat yourself to a better living space. No matter the type of windows, you can rest assured that we’ll go above and beyond to provide you with a high quality product. Because the new year is a time to think about the future, we think it’s also the perfect opportunity to make your home a better place to live. If you could use new windows — whether it’s because the old ones have seen better days or just because you want to make a change to the aesthetics of your home — this is the time to do it!
In other words, whether you’re upgrading inefficient windows with energy-saving models or updating the look of your home, it just makes sense to start 2020 off on the right foot with high quality windows at a price that’s fair.
We’re Licensed, Bonded, Insured, and Certified
The last thing you want is a home improvement disaster to kick off the new year. That’s why you’ll be pleased to hear that our team is licensed, bonded, insured, and certified for each job. We take our work seriously, and that’s why we go above and beyond to provide our clients with the peace of mind that they’re choosing the best window installers for the job.
Decades of Experience
We even bring over four decades of combined experience to the table. The end result is a beautiful window that you’ll love for many years to come. Whether it’s a standard size or fully custom, we’ll do it right — guaranteed. It’s why we back our work with an unbeatable limited lifetime warranty. To put it simply, you can start this year off with peace of mind that the windows you’ve chosen for your living space will stand the test of time. It doesn’t get much better than that!
Start This Year Off Right
You deserve to love your living space, and that’s why you can count on our top of the line services. If you’d like to start 2020 off with a home improvement project you’ll love and that will make your home the place you’ve always wanted it to be, we can help.
Wondering how to boost your home’s curb appeal? Replacement windows are a great option! At WinChoice USA, we believe that your home should be your refuge. So how can you transform it into the space of your dreams?
There’s quite a bit to consider, and that’s why we’ve put together this guide with a few of the most important things to keep in mind. No matter your needs or your budget, we’re proud to offer a variety of options that will work for you. Keep reading to learn more, or contact us today to schedule an estimate.
First and foremost, if you want to change the look of your home, it’s important to think about the style of window you need. With single- and double-hung options, architectural windows, casement windows, and more, there’s something for everyone at WinChoice USA. Because all of our windows are custom-made for your needs, it’s a breeze to find the perfect style of window for you.
Of course, it’s also important to think about the way that color makes a difference in your home. From calming whites and grays to blues and greens that stand out, we can help you find the perfect color. No matter what you’re looking for to boost your home’s curb appeal, color plays an important part, and that’s why we’re proud to customize replacement window colors to meet your needs.
Although the primary concern is curb appeal, you should also think about the way your windows function and how they can meet your needs. For example, windows that give a cool cross breeze can make a huge difference, and if you’re considering selling your home, the way the windows function can work together with your home’s curb appeal to be very appealing to potential buyers.
Bonus Benefit: Energy Efficiency
Another huge benefit of having new windows installed is that your home becomes much more energy efficient, saving you money on your monthly bills and keeping the weather outside where it belongs. At the end of the day, lower energy bills means a more appealing home for everyone. It doesn’t get much better than that!
Get a Free Estimate Today!
At WinChoice USA, no matter the reason you’d like to replace your windows, you can count on us to go above and beyond to help you find the perfect windows that meet your needs. As a veteran-owned and operated company, we’re proud to offer free estimates and limited lifetime warranties on our work. We’re licensed, bonded, and insured, and you can rest assured that we’ll get the job done right.
Backed by over four decades of experience, we’re confident that whether you’re looking to boost your curb appeal, update the look of your home, or make your living space more energy efficient, we can help. Ready to get started? We’re here to help! Contact us today to put our team to work in making your home a better place to live. We look forward to hearing from you!
So it is time for you to look for replacement windows — it should be easy, right?
When it comes to shopping for replacement windows, most homeowners are a little rusty. After all, it has likely been years, possibly decades, since most people last shopped for replacement windows. Because of this, there are new window technologies and new features that replacement windows have that you might not be aware of.
At WinChoice USA, we manufacture, sell, and install high-quality, long-lasting windows. Because we understand that it has likely been years since you last had to shop for windows, we thought that we might share some of the essential things that you should look for in a window. Continue reading to learn more.
While windows have changed in the past decade, one thing remains the same — you have to like how they look. There are many window designs, functions, and features that should be considered when choosing new replacement windows for your home.
When you are choosing replacement windows, always choose windows that fit the current look of your home. At WinChoice USA, we have a variety of replacement window options so that you can match the glass, frames, and hardware finishes with the current look and style of your home.
Next, consider the function of each window that you will be replacing. Do you open certain windows more than others? Do you need a window that is easy to clean? Do your windows face the road and need to dampen road noise? All of these questions and more can determine what window is best suited to replace your current ones.
Window replacement, like most home renovations, is usually a costly project. As a homeowner, it can be difficult to justify spending a large amount of money on a window replacement project. That said, you shouldn’t sacrifice window quality for a reduced price just because you want to avoid a large bill. Instead, it is important to find the perfect balance between quality and cost.
If it has been a decade since you last replaced your windows, you might not be familiar with the benefits of energy-efficient windows. In recent years, technology like Low-E glass and insulated window frames have become more efficient and less costly — meaning that there is no reason that your next replacement windows shouldn’t be energy efficient.
Last, but certainly not least, it is important that you find replacement windows with adequate security features. While most people think of window security as being a window with a functional lock, window security also means security from the elements. Impact-resistant windows both add to the security of keeping people with poor intentions out of your home while also protecting your home from elements such as heavy, sustained winds.