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The Best Type of Replacement Window for Older Homes

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Sure, old houses have a distinct appeal that modern, contemporary houses do not. However, not everything in an old house is to love. One of the things that you should consider discarding are the windows.

Deciding to let go of the windows that undeniably add to the home’s vintage appeal can be a challenge for some, if not most, homeowners. One reason would be the uncertainty when it comes to finding equally beautiful window replacement options. However, holding on to old and damaged windows can just bring more bad than good.

Why Replace Your Old Windows?

If you own an old home or you just bought one, you are faced with this debate: to restore or to replace your old windows?

Basically, I am here to advocate replacement because of a number of practical reasons:

Factors to Consider When Replacing Your Old Home’s Windows

Replacing old windows in a newer home is one thing — replacing windows in an old home requires more work. Typically, owners decide to replace theirs because of energy efficiency and home protection concerns. But for those with old houses, the decision-making can be harder because there’s the added issue of maintaining the home’s traditional style and appeal.

But to make things easier for you, I’m giving you the top four factors that you must consider when thinking of replacing an old home’s windows.



Author Bio:

Rob McGrath is Renewal by Andersen of SNE’s Proximity Marketing Director, starting his stint in the company in 2006 while he was studying. He worked for other companies during that time but re-joined the Renewal family in 2012, which he thinks is the best career move that he’s done.


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