Spring is arguably the best time to get new replacement windows. Why not summer? Well, there are several practical—and financial—reasons.
Here’s an overview:
Mild Weather Conditions
Spring is an ideal time to start home improvement projects because of its mild weather. Contractors are able to work more efficiently in mild weather. Not to mention weather-related delays are less of a concern in spring.
What about summer? Warm, sunny weather is great for home improvement projects, but high humidity and temperatures might eventually take their toll on your contractors’ efficiency.
Avoiding the Summer Rush
Summer also happens to be the most popular season for home improvement projects. However, it arguably makes more practical sense to schedule your window replacement in spring when it’s easier to schedule an appointment with a window contractor. Summer is when demand for contractor services peaks, so there’s no guarantee you’ll be able to schedule an appointment with your contractor.
Enjoying the Season
If you wait until summer to replace your windows, you won’t be able to fully enjoy the fresh spring breeze or the season’s mild weather conditions.
Choosing the Right Window for Your Home
Keep in mind that not all windows can provide the same amount of sunlight or ventilation. For instance, if you want to maximize natural indoor ventilation, casement windows (which can be fully opened) would be a great choice. And if you want to improve indoor natural lighting, we recommend installing bay windows, which can also add extra square footage. For more tips on choosing the right window for your home, consult a local window contractor.
Renewal by Andersen® of British Columbia offers a wide variety of premium windows. What sets us apart as a window company is our Signature Service. As part of our Signature Service, we customize each and every window according to our customers’ needs. To schedule a free inspection, call us at (604) 200-1025 or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Delta and Vancouver as well as the surrounding BC communities.