Thursday, October 2, 2014

How to Prepare Your Windows for Fall

It’s officially fall, and we’re bracing for a cold several months in New England. Now’s the time to get your home ready for the year’s frost! We’ve rounded up the best tips from across the web on how to prepare your windows for fall:

    The experts at recommend checking the weather stripping around all of your windows for leaks. Replacing worn out weather stripping will help prevent heat loss. If you can’t tell just by looking at your windows, feel for drafts.

    You should also replace the window screens in your home with storm windows in preparation for severe fall and winter weather.

    Notice signs of rot or decay in your window frames? See cracks or chips in your glass? Damaged windows should be replaced in order to maintain the structural integrity of your home. Superior Windowland can help – learn about our window installation, sales and replacement services here.

    If your home tends to look dreary during the dark winter months, you might want to rethink your windows. According to Better Homes and Gardens, “Some great opportunities for adding windows could include a new door with an inset window, or replace a standard slider with tall French sliding doors.” suggests hanging heavy drapery over any windows that are super drafty. This should help block some of the air from entering your home.

    For more ideas on how to prepare your windows for fall, call Superior Windowland at (203) 948-7770! Don’t forget to like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us to your circles on Google+ for more tips.


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