Old and leaky windows have a negative impact on the temperature and comfort inside your home, which is why it’s always a good idea to replace them as soon as possible. Most homeowners hesitate and put that off, however, during or close to wintertime.
It’s a misconception that replacing your windows during the cold season puts your home at risk. In fact, there are some advantages to scheduling your next window replacement during the winter. D&M Roofing, your roofing and window expert, shares what these are.
Replacements are Easier to Schedule
Winter is an off-season, which means not a lot of homeowners or businesses are scheduling any major repair work for their properties. This also means you don’t need to wait in a queue to have your windows replaced.
The colder weather actually creates a working environment that’s less exhausting and even comfortable, which means the team that will be working with you will get the job done faster and more efficiently. You might find that your window replacement project won’t take a day or two with such pleasant conditions.
Leaky and Damaged Windows are a Risk
Many homeowners claim that replacing your windows during the winter puts your home at risk and can negatively affect energy efficiency. In truth, you put your home at greater risk if you decide to put off stuff like window replacement and roof repairs as the cold air will cause further deterioration that ultimately leads to higher energy costs.
When you have your windows replaced, you get an immediate return on investment by ensuring your home stays warm and as weathertight as possible during the cold season. No more worrying about your energy bills.
Our team of roofers and window installers at D&M Roofing is always ready to assist you, even in the off-season. When we replace your windows, we do it one at a time to minimize air leaks and keep your home as energy-efficient as possible. Call us at (330) 852-3800 to learn more about our services. We offer our roofing and window replacement services throughout Akron and Canton, OH.