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4 Signs Your Windows Are Beyond Repair & Should Be Replaced June 1, 2018

Franklin, Licking
4 Signs Your Windows Are Beyond Repair & Should Be Replaced, Franklin, Ohio

Having properly-functioning windows is one of the most important factors for homeowners concerned about their home’s energy efficiency. When your windows fail, it can be both a frustrating and costly challenge. Luckily, there are signs you can look out for to know whether your failing windows are beyond repair. Read on for four of the most serious issues to keep in mind when considering window replacement.

4 Signs Your Window Needs to Be Replaced

1. Considerable Condensation

windowsIf you begin to notice a major buildup of condensation between the panes of glass in your window, it may be a sign that replacement is necessary. While a small amount of condensation can be natural with the varying outdoor and indoor temperatures, any more than that is a sign that the window seal is no longer functioning as it should.

2. Warped Frames

If your existing window frames are made using poor-quality vinyl, they are at risk of warping over time due to heat exposure. If you notice your frames begin to sag, change shape, or crack and peel, it’s a good idea to begin making preparations for replacement in the near future to avoid wasting unnecessary home energy.

3. Bent Glass

You may be surprised to learn that your window glass actually grows and shrinks with the climate. While this is quite normal, a poor-quality vinyl window frame may not have the durability to handle these changes over an extended period. When the frame can no longer withstand the strain, the glass may permanently bend, which ultimately requires a total replacement.

4. High Utility Bills

In general, fluctuations in your utility charges are normal, particularly as the seasons change. However, if you begin to notice a sharp rise in utility costs that can’t be explained by the season, it may be a sign that your windows are failing to hold heat or cool air inside your home. If air is escaping and entering from your windows, it forces your HVAC unit to work much harder than necessary to bring your home to the desired temperature. In that case, window replacement will help bring your utility costs back to normal, while also helping you reduce your overall carbon footprint.

 

Looking for a roofing, window, or siding repair expert to assist with your home renovation projects? Turn to the team at CL Siding & Construction in Newark, OH. As the most experienced contractors throughout Licking County, they’ve gained a reputation for providing high-quality workmanship in everything they do. If you’re interested in learning more about this family-owned and -operated company, give them a call at (740) 323-1406 or follow them on Facebook.

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