When is it Time to Get Replacement Windows?
Most of the time, it is easy to tell your home needs new windows. Condensation on the glass, windows that are difficult to open and close, and window frames that are starting to rot are just a few examples. But sometimes it is not so obvious. This is when you would need the help of a professional replacement window company.
Advantages of Replacement Windows
-Energy savings of 20% a month due to improvements in efficiency
-Improved appearance of your home. New designs and colors can completely update the look of your home.
-Federal Tax Credit. Many replacement windows qualify for a Federal Tax credit of up to $500 in 2016.
-Ease of cleaning. Older windows are not made to tilt inward, making cleaning difficult.
-Maintenance free. Vinyl windows require no painting so they are virtually maintenance free.
-Protection of interior. Many older windows do not have the technology to protect carpet and drapes from fading.
Maryland Area Replacement Window Companies
Living in Maryland requires window professionals who are familiar with the climate. They are better able to recommend the correct type of window to protect against the seasons. When considering new windows, always look to local experts. Maryland has a variety to choose from. Here are some that we’ve found:
Thompson Creek Window Company complaints – two locations in Maryland: Beltsville and Silver Spring. 35 years in the window business.
Kelemer Brothers Replacement Windows – located in Baltimore. The Kelemer brothers started the company in 1999.
American Home Contractors, Inc. – Laurel, MD. Over 50 years’ experience.
CBS Home Remodeling & Repairs, LLC – Ellicot City, MD. Company has been in busing for 13 years.
This is just a small sampling of qualified replacement window companies in Maryland. Always get several estimates and talk to different companies before making your decision. Maryland companies are familiar with the unique hardships produced by the Maryland weather so keep that in mind when evaluating companies. In this case, it truly does pay to ‘shop local‘.