When Do You Know if it Is Time to Replace Your Windows?

The climate in Oklahoma City is extreme. The winters are often cold and windy, the summers hot and muggy. While it is true that a good furnace and air conditioning system are important to staying comfortable, you also need to not overlook window replacement? and when it’s the right time to do it. Heat and cool air escaping from windows, not only makes you uncomfortable, it also makes your heat and air units run harder and cost more money on utilities.

But how do you know when the current windows are beyond repair? When SHOULD you replace your current windows with new and improved ones? Here are a few guidelines:

  • If you can feel the heat or cold from outside when you put your hand close the window it probably means it’s not sealing, therefore it needs to be replaced.
  • If you have single paned windows, or your double windows are cloudy between the panes, they need to be replaced.
  • If there are cracks around the outside of your windows, or your double paned and broken, you need window replacement.

When looking for window replacement in OKC, you’ll need to make sure you call around to several window replacement companies before deciding. You can always call Sooner State at no charge to inquire as to whether you may need window replacement on some of your windows. New windows in double or triple pane with a high efficiency rating are one of the ways you can improve your quality of life, save on heating and air conditioning costs, and improve the appearance of your home.

You can count on Sooner State Home Improvement to be there to advise you on the most efficient windows for your budget. We stay on top of the industry’s latest technology, and we are professional installers. We will make sure your home has the best windows for the best price and that you are completely happy with your experience from beginning to end when you call us to replace those old windows in your Oklahoma City home.

Joe Jordon
Owner of Sooner State Home Improvements
Window Replacement Company

Remember, “Joe Knows!”