Completing Window Restoration During the Winter
At Window Makeover, we stay busy 12 months out of the year. We are coming into the time of year when many homeowners hesitate to call us – thinking that winter may not be the greatest time of the year to tackle a window restoration project.
Here’s the good news: We think it’s a great time of year to get your home’s windows in tip-top shape!
Keeping the cold air OUT.
During a winter window restoration project, your home may dip a little in interior temperature. That may be unavoidable. However, that’s not a valid reason to wait until spring. This is especially true if your windows are visibly failing and your energy bills are already too high.
Window Makeover goes to considerable effort to keep your home as comfortable as possible. We can normally work down to 30 degrees. If workdays are below 30 degrees we can construct a tent around the window to protect the workers, window, and interior from the elements. Further, we work one window at a time to minimize the loss of interior heating and to keep your family in maximum comfort.
Immediate energy savings.
If your windows are already doing a poor job of keeping you comfortable, winter can be the best time to do the restoration work. In most instances, improving the seal of your windows, swapping out failing glass, replacing or adjusting hardware, and applying fresh caulk or sealants can pay immediate dividends.
Not only will you improve efficiencies during the coldest times of the year, but you have made your home’s windows more aesthetically pleasing. Also remember, better energy efficiency means less wear and tear on your heating system in the long run.
Our Unique Process
Repairing and restoring your damaged or failing windows instead of replacing them is a smart solution for many homeowners. Window Makeover restores your windows to near original condition – in terms of both functionality and appearance. And, we do it at a fraction of the cost of window replacement.
Window restoration can generate a savings of up to 70 percent or more versus replacing all the windows in your home. Contact us today and get that home improvement project started early this season.