If you’re taking the time to replace your home’s roofing or siding, are you done with the renovations that you need to have happen now? This is often a very convenient time for homeowners to consider replacing their windows at the same time. Why? Roofing, even when accomplished by a careful crew, has some risks to your windows. Replacing siding makes window replacement easier. Here’s a look at why you should consider replacing your windows at the same time that you have other work done.

While You’re Roofing or Siding, Have You Considered Replacement Windows?

Window technology has continued to advance over the decades, getting better over the years. Originally, single-pane windows were used for centuries. A number of techniques were used to help create a better seal, then a second layer of glass was added in the form of a storm window. Within the past few decades, the two layers were brought together into a single window structure, with an air space between them. This space was later filled with various gasses that had specific thermal insulative properties. Most recently, the glass has had special films added to them, reflecting heat into or away from the building.

Replacing Your Windows at the Same Time as the Roof or Siding Can Save You Money

When you have contractors already working on your home, replacing your windows at the same time makes the entire process less costly. Because the contractors are already out at your home, they don’t need to charge you for a separate trip or project. If your siding is coming off to be replaced, it greatly reduces the amount of work required when the windows are replaced, because the process is very similar. If you’re having your roofing replaced, changing out your windows at the same time also helps ensure that you don’t need to worry as much about potential damage that can happen from even the most careful contractors. Improved windows mean you’ll have better sound and thermal insulation at home.

Replace Your Windows With AVA!

By replacing your windows at the same time as you replace your roofing or siding, you can save time and money while getting great results in the process. If you’re ready to make some changes to your home, our expert craftsmen are ready to help. Please reach out today with any questions you may have, to get further information on AVA Roofing & Siding services or to request a free estimate from our experienced team.

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7 Responses to “While You’re Roofing or Siding, Have You Considered Replacement Windows?”

  1. Thanks for pointing out that we can save money if we have the windows replaced at the same time when we get the roof or the siding done. I will keep that in mind once I have enough money for these projects. It made me realize that I might actually need to have a residential replacement window since the bills are going higher, so the windows might be not at their best that makes the AC unit work harder.

  2. It’s helpful to know how replacing our windows while working on our house’s roof or siding could help us save money in the long haul. My wife and I are planning to replace our siding since it’s falling off, so we think we’ll consider your tips and look for new windows next week. Thanks for the information on installing new windows during a renovation to keep our house insulated.

  3. My windows got a crack in them, and I’m not sure what to do about it. It makes sense that having the window properly replaced would be important. I’ll be sure to work with a professional to ensure that I handle things properly.

  4. Thank you for pointing out how you can save money by replacing your windows when you replace your cladding. I’ve been wondering if we should do something at the same time as replacing our cladding. I’ll share this with my husband and see if there are any windows that may need replacing.

  5. It got me when you said that there wouldn’t be potential damage to the property if we get replacement windows at the same time we get our roof replaced. I will share this information with my husband so that we can decide on what services to get for the property he inherited. We just need that done before we move there for our own protection, comfort, and safety since the house is old.

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