Preparing for Your Window Replacement Project

Getting replacement windows is a big step toward making your home not just more attractive, but also more energy-efficient. As with any home improvement project, it’s important to carefully prepare before beginning the project.

Window Replacement Project

Read on as Renewal by Andersen® of Cincinnati discusses how to prepare for your window replacement project.

Choose Your New Windows

With so many products and styles to choose from, making a decision can be challenging. Understand that the style of the window you choose will play a role in performance, functionality, ventilation, and of course aesthetics. Casement and double-hung windows, for example, have a stronger seal than other windows and boast a versatile design viable for both modern and traditional homes. Bay and bow windows can add space to a room and provide unique charm.

Enlist the Aid of a Professional

Hiring a window contractor to assist with your project not only saves time, but will also give you a better range of window systems to choose from. We’re experts at replacing windows. We’ll guide you through the selection process, handle the removal of your old windows and installation of the new ones, and make sure the work area is tidy and clean after the project is done. Working with us means you’re also taking advantage of our high-performance window systems that boost your home’s aesthetics and energy performance.

Scheduling the Project

We will work with you to create a schedule for the project that is convenient for you and your family. We generally recommend scheduling a window replacement project when weather is mild, as this makes the installation process easier and more efficient.

Renewal by Andersen® of Cincinnati is a window replacement company that offers high-performance window systems for your home. Give us a call at (866) 609-5033 for a free estimate on our services. We professionally install replacement windows throughout Cincinnati, OH.

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