Among the most common issues your windows encounter during winter is condensation. Fog and frost on windows and doors are usually caused by excess humidity levels at home, but a shoddy or even DIY install can also cause condensation because the window isn’t completely sealed. This means drafts and leaks are compromising its performance which lead to more condensation than usual.
A professional window replacement is more beneficial than going for the DIY route. If you’re thinking that you’ll save more if you do the installation yourself, then you’re sure to encounter issues later on. The risk of injury is higher with a DIY install and when you have problems with your windows, you’ll be covering the repair costs because you don’t have a warranty.
Trim, also called molding or trim boards are coverings used to decorate or dress-up windows and doors. Much like the frame for your favorite photo or artwork, window trim enhances the look and feel of your dwelling. These days, there are a multitude of options available when it comes to these decorative elements and you can pick one to match the style and architecture of your home. In today’s post, fiberglass window installer Skyline Windows of Richmond shares a few tips on how to pick the right trim to match the interior of your home.
Getting your windows replaced is always popular during the summer but there are benefits to having your old windows replaced in the fall as well. In this post, composite window replacement specialists Skyline Windows of Richmond gives us four good reasons why you should consider having them replaced in the fall.
When in doubt about the quality of a window replacement, it’s best to stick to reputable brands such as ProVia®. What makes ProVia windows different from other brands?