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Before you do anything, make sure you start this project at the right time of year. Taking into consideration that you need to work when it is warm and dry, late fall or just before summer begins is a great time to start. The reason for choosing these particular times of the year is that your house will be open with some of the windows missing as you work. These considerations will only pertain to those that live at very high altitudes or where the weather is known to constantly change.
Your house will be better insulated with windows that have triple panes, but they will cost you more money in the beginning. The type of windows you will want, will be determined to some extent, by the region of the country you live. When you live where the climate is nether extremely hot, nor extremely cold, the efficiency, energy-wise, of the windows doesn’t need to be the main factor. The best recommendation for the right company comes from a reliable friend, but since that isn’t always there, you will need at least three bids before making your choice.
Don’t jump into anything too quickly, because aggressive salespeople will sometimes try anything to get a sale. Don’t make a decision without taking the time to make comparisons and getting emotions out of the choice. Remember that you are in charge, and that the decision is yours. One good thing about getting at least three estimates is that you won’t allow anyone to talk you into something that you will regret later. A bunch of bids is for comparing prices, but the determining factor should come down to the reputation of the company.