Window Replacement for Home in Wichita Falls, Texas

Answered by Brendan ~ March 10, 2011 ~ No Comments

On a chilly, windy day last January I ran my hand around the window frames of our typical two-story home. Eight out of fourteen double-pane windows felt drafty, mostly those with condensation between the panes. The 5'h x 8'w living room window was one of them. Overall cost-wise, including utilities, does it make sense to only do window replacement as needed, or should we replace all of them now?

Neal ~ Wichita Falls, Texas

Brendan Fowler

Your window replacement strategy will ultimately depend on the budget you have for this project. Typically there isn't going to be any further discount if you purchase more windows at once. Utility bills might improve some, but probably not enough to justify replacing more than the failed windows. Generally, if you have condensation between the panes of glass, the window has failed. The irony with window replacement and utility bills is that utility bills will often increase, because many people think they can keep their home warmer with the new windows and still save money. Increasing your homes air temp will always use more utilities. You will save money if you keep your home the same temp you did before the window swap out. The only solution here that makes sense is the one you can comfortably fit into your home improvement budget. Good Luck!

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