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If this project is going to be large and long in duration, you need to consider what month of the year that you begin to do the work. 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. While windows are being replaced, your home will be open to heat, cold and rain, so it’s best to do this during the mildest possible time. Of course, if you’re fortunate enough to live somewhere with a temperate climate this won’t matter much, but if you have to contend with four seasons, you should avoid replacing your windows when it’s too hot, cold or wet.
If you want to get the best possible type of insulation from your windows, you should go with triple pane windows, though these of course will also be more expensive. The cost of the windows you need will be determined, for the most part, by the climate where you live. If you live in a mild climate, you may not have to worry too much about this so you can focus more on the appearance and durability of the windows. If you’re going to have a contractor or window replacement company do the job for you, it’s a good idea to get several estimates before making your choice. Remember that you’ll be looking at, or through your windows for years to come, so pick ones you like. While windows serve the practical function of keeping your home insulated, they’re also part of the decor of your home, so make sure they fit well with your furniture and overall look of your house. For example, you can get old fashioned windows that will go well with an older, antique-y type home. But you wouldn’t want old fashioned windows in a home with an otherwise contemporary look. Also keep in mind that the better everything in your home looks, the higher its value if you ever want to put it on the market.