Replace Your Windows This Fall

When something happens to your windows, like storm damage, you’ll inevitably need to replace them, despite your busy schedule, financial situation, or inclement weather. However, when planning ahead, there are certainly better times of the year to replace your home’s windows. One of those times? The mild months of autumn! With fall upon us, now is the time to call All States Home Improvement to schedule your new window installation.

Do you recall thinking your home was drafty last winter? Or maybe you remember your utility bills were high during the winter months, signaling an issue with heat escaping your home? Did you have every intention of replacing your windows before the cold weather hits again? Don’t wait until it gets cold to make the call. Instead, plan your window replacement for September or October, and reap the benefits of energy-efficient windows all winter long!

How to Tell if You Need New Windows

Not sure if you need new windows? Here’s a quick guide to help you determine whether you’re due for a replacement.

  • Your energy bills have steadily increased. Dig out your past electricity and gas bills, and compare them year over year. Do you notice an incremental increase each summer or winter? That’s a telltale sign your home is losing heating and cooling, likely through your windows.
  • You notice a draft when you walk by your windows. You might have felt warm air rushing through your window this summer on a windy Kansas day, or perhaps you recall cold gusts last winter on a snowy January night. Either way, drafty windows are a clear sign you’re due for an upgrade. 
  • There is condensation buildup between your window panes. This is a sign that the seal within your window has broken down, and it’s time to give us a call to schedule a consultation.
  • There are signs of damaged or rotten window panes. Take a look around the windows on your home’s exterior. If the area is soft or decaying, don’t wait to replace your windows, as this damage could lead to additional problems down the line.

For more detailed information about how to tell when you need new windows, check out these Six Reasons You Should Replace Your Windows

Save Money This Winter With New Windows

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 30% of your home’s heating and cooling is lost through your windows. If your windows are damaged, outdated, or inefficient, that percentage is likely even higher. In Kansas, extreme temperatures hit in the dead of winter, which puts your heating system in overdrive to make up for drafty windows. Save money this winter by upgrading your home’s windows to energy-efficient SoftLite Windows, installed by skilled technicians at All States Home Improvement. 

Not sure you can afford to replace your windows this fall? The cost of energy-efficient windows will ultimately pay for themselves in the form of reduced energy bills each month. What’s more, those new windows will increase the overall value of your home and result in a higher resale price point. However, if new windows weren’t in your budget this year, we offer financing options with payments as low as $98/month.

Choose All States Home Improvement for Your Window Installation

Our windows are backed by manufacturer warranties to protect your home from any unexpected defects or problems. Our factory-certified installation teams have undergone extensive training. So when you choose All States Home Improvement for your window installation, you can trust that you are partnering with experts who are committed to delivering reliable windows you’ll never have to worry about.  

Interested in upgrading your home’s windows? Give us a call at (316) 444-1220, fill out our convenient estimate form, or stop by our showroom to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.

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