Any season is ideal for a window replacement project as long as you hire the right window company. You can rest assured that the installation team has the tools, skills, knowledge and experience to handle it effectively and efficiently without causing problems like indoor comfort issues and wasted energy.
That said, replacing your old windows with better, more energy-efficient units this fall offers unique benefits. Find out why it makes sense to tackle this home improvement project below.
Fall weather is usually nice—not too hot, not too cold. Rain is also less likely during this time, which is why it is the perfect season to leave your home with a temporary hole in the wall. Full-frame window replacement projects usually take days depending on the number of windows that need to be installed. In these instances, indoor comfort won’t be an issue. Plus, the weather is ideal for ensuring proper curing of the seals around replacement windows.
Preparation for Winter
Winter is usually the time when people spend most of their time indoors. However, if your current windows are showing their age, it could spell trouble for your daily comfort needs. It’s never a fun experience to go through the winter season with drafts entering your old windows. A fall window replacement is a sensible option if you want to enjoy winter inside your house and gain energy savings at the same time.
Off-Season Window Replacement
Fall is often considered the end of the busy period for home improvement. The increase in demand happens over the spring and summer months, and that usually means having to wait a bit longer before getting your project accommodated. With fewer projects to handle, contractors in the fall are open and available to work on your window replacement on your preferred schedule.
This fall, turn to Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City for your window needs. We offer the best window styles, from double-hung to casement windows. We put a premium on flawless installation work so you can enjoy your new, energy-efficient windows. Call (913) 385-1300 today or fill out our contact form to schedule a virtual consultation. We serve homeowners in Kansas City, MO, and the many nearby communities.