Fall officially began September 22nd – are you ready?!? As fall arrives you may start thinking about what you can do to prepare your home for winter. One of the ways you can prepare your home is by replacing your old windows with new energy-efficient ones. Do you know if it’s time to replace your windows? Check out one of our past blogs about ways to tell if you need to replace them.
With fall comes a slight drop in temperature, and the weather is just right for having a temporary hole in your wall. Some window replacements require more work than others. So, while a typical window replacement may take no time at all and the hole in the wall might not be open that long, if an issue arises, your energy bill might not experience a big change. In fact, many people tend to not have their air conditioner or heat on, depending on the temperature. So, if that is the case when it’s time for your window replacement appointment, there will be no change in your energy bill.
Although you can still have your windows replaced during the winter, it is not always the ideal time of year for window replacement. If your windows are old and drafty, having your windows replaced during the fall will allow you to enjoy your winter in the comfort of your warm home! It will also help reduce the cost of your energy bill, as heat will not be escaping through cracks.
While you can have your windows replaced during any season, fall tends to be one of the more popular months to have your windows replaced. If you are located in and around Allentown PA, Pottstown PA, Collegeville PA and Limerick PA, Window Mania can handle your window installation. Whether it be brand new window installation or window replacement, we are the right company for your project.
Window Mania is a full service window installer and door installation provider. We help many home owners with replacement windows, new windows installation, door replacement, and door installation. We work with families and businesses in and around Collegeville, PA, Pottstown, PA, Exeter Township, PA, and Allentown, PA.