While you put in a great deal of effort into finding the right style and color of windows for your home, you also need to invest some time in finding the right window installation company. Not doing so could result in your windows exhibiting some of the issues outlined below. 

1. Gaps in Between the Sill and Window Frame

While some settling of the windows is normal during the course of the house's aging, this is not something that should be happening with windows that you have just had installed -- barring extraordinary weather or topographical occurrences, of course. If you notice gaps in your recently installed windows, then there is definitely some type of problem that must be addressed as soon as possible. 

2. You Feel Air or Hear Whistling Through the Windows

Just because you do not see any gaps in the area around your windows does not mean that they are not there. It could be that the gaps are small and not as obvious to the naked eye. Instead, you might notice other issues that point to your windows having gaps as being the culprit behind their cause. For example, when you are standing beside your windows, do you feel air escaping from around any part of its construction? When the wind is picking up and gusting strongly, do you feel it coming through the windows or hear any whistling escaping from the windows? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, it is likely that your windows were installed incorrectly. 

3. Your Windows Display Signs of a Water Leak 

One of the clearest signs of having a water leak at your window is the presence of moisture on the interior of the window. There are other, more subtle, signs, though that could go unnoticed unless you are looking for them. If you notice that the paint on your window sill is peeling, this is a sign that it has been exposed to excess moisture. Peeling paint on the interior and rotting wood on the exterior are also signs of a water leak and must be addressed as soon as possible. 

Improperly installed windows are more common than you think. Whether it is the result of shoddy workmanship or substandard materials, some companies who install windows balk at having to return to a home to fix windows that a homeowner is unhappy with because it means they will have to stop work on another job. You can avoid all of these issues by contracting with Window World to have your windows installed. By upholding the highest standards in workmanship and customer service, Window World of Minnesota is the company that homeowners turn to for window installation in Minneapolis and the surrounding areas. 

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