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You may think of new windows as a project for winter time and a way to save on heating bills without having the discomfort of drafts and cold air coming inside your house. Many homeowners are just like you, winter is the time they realize the windows aren’t working properly. Unfortunately, you’re doing yourself a disservice not to consider new windows in the summertime. If you need new windows, they’re going to cost the same whether you buy them now or wait six months, but if you put off buying them you’ll simply pay higher bills and not have the value they provide for those six months thereby paying more in the big picture than if you simply go ahead and have them installed immediately.
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As if the heat of summer wasn’t hard enough on you, the thunder and hail storms which happen in the evening when the temperature drops can really do a number on your house. You and your family worked so hard, saved money, built credit, searched the market, and found the perfect home. You hired a contractor to customize the house to suit your specific needs. Then a storm hits and causes a bunch of damage. You want to sit down and cry, but relax, you don’t need to do that. Instead, make lemonade as you realize it’s the opportunity to make the upgrades you wanted and your house is going to be, better, in just a short bit of time.
Summer is an exciting time of year when you get to enjoy a vacation and daily local activities which keep you active while the weather is conducive to spending time outdoors. You also have lawn maintenance chores which can be fun rather than work if you enjoy the view of your house. For these and a number of other reasons, summer is the time to hire a contractor and have new doors installed on your home as a way to enjoy the weather and make the house more pleasant.
It’s tempting to have your provider do all the work—but a few time and money-saving options exist for the money-conscious homeowner. Window replacement, repair and removal is costly, but you needn’t let the service-person call all the shots. Sure, your providing company has your best interests in mind, but they’re not on your end of the bill. Check out these money-saving tips below, and maximize your window project’s worth: