Installing New Home Windows - Clarke & Rush

10 Apr 2019

Installing New Home Windows

Installing New Home Windows

The task of home renovation requires a lot of time and effort. Which leaves homeowners wondering where to start. The windows are generally an easy place to start since they don’t require extensive work.

Homeowners looking for window replacement in Sacramento should know that there is a wide variety of window options to choose from. Selecting the type of windows you want can be difficult if you’re new to the process. That is where the window replacement experts at Clarke and Rush can help you select the perfect window option based on your needs.

Home Window Replacement: When Should You Get It Done?

Windows have a certain lifespan after which they tend to give out. When this happens, they become fragile and don’t provide insulation as well as they should. If you have windows that are nearing the 20-year mark, you should consider having them replaced. There are some telling signs that windows show when they need to be replaced:

  • They are worn out, there is warping on the window, and the glazing on them fails to get the job done.
  • The energy bill has become higher than before. This means the windows don’t insulate as well as before. So, your AC and heating unit are running longer.
  • You have trouble opening and closing the window.
  • Water leaks from the window when it rains.

It may not seem like it, but windows are a vital part of your home. So, you want to make sure that they function as well as they should. Otherwise, you’ll have to deal with the consequences.

While most people wait until their windows give out to replace them, it is important you keep an eye on them. This will ensure you have them replaced well before it can lead to any damage in your home.

How Much Does a New Home Window Cost?

The cost of a window depends on the size and the type of window you opt for. For vinyl windows of standard size whether it is double-hung or, double panel may run in the price range of $250 to $600. Wood windows are more expensive and can be around $600 and $2,000. Fiberglass windows can range from $600-$900 while composite options can be between $300 – $1,100. So keep these prices in mind to get an idea of the budget you should have for your home window replacement job. Be sure to contact Clarke & Rush for a FREE estimate on window installation.

4 thoughts on “Installing New Home Windows”

  1. It’s great that you mention how it’s good to get replacements for windows that are getting close to the 20-year mark since they can be worn out and less efficient. You’d probably want to start thinking about your replacement options early on. This could help you figure out which style and upgrades to get so you can then find a local contractor that offers the type of residential window installation services you need in order to get the material and features you want.

  2. Thanks for sharing, Fantastic post nice idea for the installation window blinds at home Amazing. Installed all type of room and kitchen new style of honeycomb blinds available in Melbourne.

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