The Two Best Types of Windows for your home.
When making a window replacement, there are two usual types that any DIY enthusiast can do. With the right tools, it should be an easy yet tricky job.
Before making any window replacement or installation, allow me to give you some insights on these window types. If you are in a hurry and looking for someone to give you a free estimate on replacement windows you could try Window Repair Near Me or if you are in their service area you could try Champion Window,t hey have a lot of locations around the United States. If you want to learn a little more before you make a decision on where to purchase your new windows then keep reading.
We recommend the use of this window type when conserving the original interior and exterior window trim, exterior siding, and interior casings in such occasions where original window frame is still in good condition. Remember to remove the window stops and the lower and upper sash when removing the old windows during replacement.
Insert windows are installed directly to the existing window frames, minimizing changes to your home. You’ll know it is okay to use insert windows when:
- The window frame is solid and not out of square.
- You want to replace a damaged window with a new window of the same size without making changes to the frame and trim.
When you wanted to install a new window with a different size and shape, would like to replace decayed window frame completely, or plans to change the interior and exterior trims, go for the full-frame.
We can treat full-frame replacement as new window installations because we remove the entire frames and sash. There are different designs to choose from, which includes double-hung, awning, and specialty windows.
You know it’s time to get a full-frame window when:
- You notice decay in the window casing, frame, or trim and is already out-of-square.
- You would like to change the size and shape of your existing windows.
Remember to remove the window stops, lower and upper sash, trims, casings, sill, and frame when replacing the old window.