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Helpful articles to help you choose the best replacement windows for your Colorado Springs home.

replacement_windows_colorado_springs_2In addition to allowing plenty of natural sunlight into your home, casement windows are some of the most economical replacement windows available in Colorado Springs.  Homeowners who purchased their home recently may be completely new to the process of buying replacement windows and may have a lot of questions.  For example, which windows open the widest?  Which ones are easiest to clean?  Which replacement windows will be energy efficient for a Colorado Springs home?  Which ones last the longest?  The list goes on and on. 

Learning the facts about casement windows will give you the peace of mind to know which windows to choose when it comes time to make home improvements.  You will learn why these single hinged windows open wider than any other type of window and how easy they are too clean.  Plus, because they project outward, casement windows also let in more natural ventilation. 

colorado_springs_replacement_windows_4If you own a home in Colorado Springs, now is the time to start your annual home improvement projects.  Most homeowners can do a lot of their own home-related projects, but when it comes to Colorado Springs replacement windows, they need the help of a professional.   If you need to replace a few windows in your home, don’t wait until the last few weeks of warm weather; schedule your window installation now.  It won’t be long before the best Colorado Springs replacement windows installers are booked solid for the rest of the summer. 

Before contacting a window installer for your Colorado Springs replacement windows, do your homework online.  One of the best things about the Internet is how it provides consumers with free information about just about any home improvement project.  Conduct an online search for “Colorado Springs replacement windows” and start learning as much as you can about windows.  The best contractors will often have web sites that provide in-depth information about the products they sell, so you can get a general idea of what to expect before scheduling a consultation.  Here, you will be able to read testimonials from satisfied customers, product information from the window manufacturers, and even view pictures of finished jobs in the Colorado Springs area. 

Even though there is still snow on the ground in many places, the scolorado_springs_window_contractor_3pring renovation season is upon us.  Now is the time to take a serious look at your home’s exterior and make plans to get those renovations done.  If you’ve been thinking about vinyl replacement windows, it may be tempting to call on the first Colorado Springs window contractor you find; but it is much smarter – and more cost-effective – to shop around.  Why?

Most homeowners don’t think about replacement windows until it is time to make some major home improvements, so it is not surprising to find that they know very little about what type of windows to buy. As a Colorado Springs replacement windows contractor, I have worked with many homeowners in the Pike’s Peak region who want to make a sound investment in the value of their homes. Replacement windows made from vinyl are an excellent way to give your home a fresh new look while improving energy efficiency and resale value.

colorado_springs_window_contractorWhen you are in the market for new windows, it can be tempting to believe everything you hear from one of the “experts” in the field. However, as a Colorado Springs window contractor, I always explain the U Factor ratings for energy efficiency first.

U Factor ratings were developed by the National Fenestration Ratings Council (NFRC) as a way to measure a window’s energy efficiency, using four different criteria. All windows are given a rating between 1 and 3, with the lower numbers being better, so it is easy for consumers to make comparisons between windows.

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