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Sometimes when you need to replace windows, only the glass needs replacing, and not the entire frame. The cost of the project, and the time involved will be much less, if only the glass needs to be replaced. If you only need new glass, this is a relatively reasonable and simple job.
Replacing your windows is a big job, and so it might be to your advantage to learn whatever you can about it.
Of course, you may want to upgrade your windows to something that’s very energy-efficient, like triple pane glass or windows that have argon gas, which will drive up the cost. To do the job right, if the frames are bad, then the whole window should be replaced, even though the price will be considerably more. It’s important to get replacement windows that improve your home aesthetically as well as energy-wise. Ideally, you want new windows that aren’t only good for insulation but that are also a perfect match for your walls, furniture, rugs, etc. There are windows to fit every possible preference and style -for instance, if your home is a restored farmhouse filled with antiques, you’d naturally want to go with a window design from the same period as your home and furnishings. A more modern home would naturally look better with contemporary windows. In the event that you ever might sell your home, the look of your windows and how suitable they are in relation to the rest of your home can also affect the selling price.
When choosing windows, many people think about appearance, energy efficiency and cost but forget about another factor -security. Unfortunately, in this day and age, you have to consider how secure your windows are and how inviting to burglars and intruders. What we are referring to is having a great locking system on the windows themselves so the burglars will not be able to so easily enter your home. Your windows need to provide you with peace of mind which begins with knowing the locks on them will help you prevent forced entry. Some people think that window locks aren’t that important because a thief can always break the glass, but the fact is most burglars are looking for a quiet and safe way to enter a home and don’t want to start smashing glass, so a good lock will deter them.