Windows bring in lots of light to a room. They can also bring in cold air and even moisture from condensation. Drafty windows are a huge energy and money waster.
Do you see the condensation on this window? This is condensation formed on the inside of the window because it is colder outside than it is inside. That condensation will accumulate and drip down the window and cause damage to the wood window frame.
Not only can poor windows get worse from the cold weather but a lot of heat escapes through these windows and lets cold drafts in. To keep the heat in and save money on heating bills consider replacement windows. If you pay for your heat, the money you will use to replace the windows will quickly be worth it by reducing your heating (and cooling) bill.
I have installed Anderson and Pella windows in the past and the process was quick and easy. In my experience these are great quality at a decent price. It’s important to note that not all windows are a standard size. Most of the time you may need to custom order a window so it’s as easy as taking the old one out and putting a new one in. This way you don’t have to deal with re-framing the window opening.
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