Your home renovation projects are directly affected by the weather. It’s essential to schedule your renovation projects based on the time of the year when the weather suits the job. Summer is the best time to do jobs that are sensitive to the rain or cold like roof and siding replacement projects. This also includes window replacement.
Take Advantage of the Sun
To replace your windows, your contractor needs to remove your old window, opening up a section of your wall. This step can leave your home cold or wet if it’s done during any other season. Replacing your windows in the summer would be best to avoid any rain or snow entering your home. Adhesives and seals to install windows can also be compromised if they’re wet or freezing because of the cold. With the sun’s out during the summer, your contractor won’t be having a hard time installing your windows.
Lower Cooling Costs
It can get uncomfortably hot and humid during the summer months. Window contractors will advise you to get new energy-efficient windows to maintain a cool comfortable temperature inside your home. Aging and drafty standard windows may be leaking your conditioned air, stressing your HVAC system. If you’re tired of expensive utility bills, switching to energy-efficient windows can lessen your utility bills. Enjoy a cooler summer without costly energy bills by replacing your windows.
Enjoy the Summer Breeze
If you enjoy the summer breeze or the early autumn air, consider upgrading your old windows to new and easy-to-operate windows. You can opt for a sliding window or a casement window that is easy to operate and has a wide opening to encourage air circulation. Proper ventilation inside your home can also help with the heat and humidity inside without cranking up your air conditioning.
Renewal by Andersen® of San Francisco is one of the best window companies. We offer professional window installation and maintenance services. Call us at (510) 263-3210, or fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment. We proudly serve homeowners in San Francisco.