For the most part, it’s easy to tell when you need to replace a window. If one of your window panes gets cracked by a rogue baseball, for example. Or maybe one or two of your windows got damaged by a big storm. Having even one window replaced can be an expensive proposition. That’s why some homeowners tend to shy away from replacing all of their windows at the same time. Many just choose to do it one room at a time. Nonetheless, there are a few benefits of replacing all of them at the same time. So, how do you know which option is best? In today’s post, a trusted window and roof replacement contractor shares a few insights.
When Is It Necessary To Replace a Window?
As mentioned above, if there is obvious damage to just one or two windows due to an external force, then there really is no need to replace the unaffected windows, especially if your windows are relatively new and are in great working condition otherwise.
However, if you have an older house and the windows haven’t been upgraded to modern, energy-efficient ones, then your general contractor or window company might recommend that you replace all of them to get rid of drafts and outside noise while reducing your utility bills.
Do You Have To Replace All of Them at the Same Time?
The quick answer to that is no. Replacing all of them at once isn’t necessary as it can be a big drain on your finances. You can break down your window replacement one room at a time, or one level at a time, depending on your budget. If you have enough saved up that you can afford to replace all of them in one go, then we recommend doing so you can avail of discounts and deals that most window companies offer for bulk orders.
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