A couple of years ago, homeowners preferred to add elegance and sophistication to their homes by installing bay windows because they were not only capable of making the home appealing and attention-grabbing but, they ensure comfort and security as well. They were quite durable and flexible in design, meaning that they can complement any architectural design of the home, thus making sure that homeowners were satisfied with their performance. But nowadays, they have a wide range of options and therefore, it has become quite difficult to make a good decision.
Normally, homeowners are unable to identify the right time of installing the bay window because they do not have enough information as well as skills on when to replace windows. WindowTech has identified some reasons that lead to one solution i.e. window replacement.
Seal Failure and Water Leakage
With the passage of time, homes start to lose their efficiency and end up with having damaged seals that do not resist air and water from entering the home. As a result, they affect furniture and furnishings and cause mold/mildew. Water invasion causes the framework and seat area to rot or warp, meaning that they have become inefficient and homeowners do not have any option but to install the bay window.
Another reason to think of replacing windows is inefficient hardware that includes crank units or latches. When the windows have become difficult to operate or frozen shut, WindowTech suggests getting them replaced right away. Even though the windows can be repaired or damaged parts can be replaced, experts recommend replacing them at once so that homeowners do not have to spend money again and again.
Peeled or/and Blistered Glazing
Blistering or peeling is the sign that the bay window has completed its useful life and it’s now time to think of replacing them. Since homeowners cannot replace them on their own, it is recommended to hire WindowTech and let their experts work on the project.
Deteriorated Seat Area
Like the window frame and other components, the seating area also starts to lose its efficiency after a certain time period. It becomes droop and does not offer the same level of performance. In such a situation, homeowners should have to do nothing but replace it so that the bay window can regain its efficiency.
Improved Curb Appeal
Last but not the least, WindowTech suggests homeowners install bay windows if they want to enhance the aesthetic appeal of their homes. Since windows fade, rot, warp or get damaged with the passage of time, they should have to install new after enjoying their long-term benefits.
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