Is Winter a Good Time of Year to Replace Your Windows?

With the colder weather approaching, your heating bills may have started to increase, or maybe you have noticed some drafty windows. It is probably a good time for you to consider getting your windows replaced.

So, the question is, is winter a good time to get your home’s window replaced? There are pros and cons to replacing windows during the winter season as well as summer however, you may be surprised that window installation can happen during the winter season.

A big misconception about winter window installation is that it may not be as effective as changing your windows during the warmer months. Homeowners may fear that sealants won’t settle properly or insulating foam may not expand correctly in colder temperatures. With our 25+ years of experience, New Windows for America has adapted to our Colorado weather conditions, using materials that don’t lose their adhesive or expanding properties when the temperature drops significantly.

Relying on a professional window installation company like New Windows for America will help to ensure a quality installation, even during the colder months! One great benefit of installing replacement windows in winter is that you will experience an immediate improvement in insulation and a drop in your energy bills.

Winter Window Replacement

There are several advantages of installing new windows during the winter season. Although installation could present some challenges, the benefit of enjoying an energy efficiency boost, and lower energy bills, will ensure keeping your home comfortable all winter long. Heat gain and loss account for 25-30% of residential heating and cooling energy use. Replacing worn-out windows can offer significant benefits to your family’s health and comfort and reduce high energy bills.

The cold weather also helps to identify which windows need to be replaced. You will have no problem noticing which rooms are colder and finding where the drafty windows are.

Window Installation Easy as 1-2-3, even in the Winter

Our team has 25+ years of experience working to keep complications to a minimum, as well as ensuring that your project will go as smoothly as possible. You may be a little concerned about the cold air entering your house from the outside during the installation. You should feel at ease in knowing that our Team at New Windows for America has the experience to get the job done with minimal discomfort, and as quickly and efficiently as possible.

  1. Window Replacement – One at a Time – To minimize the amount of outdoor cold air inside, we will replace the windows one at a time. Our installers guarantee quick service and can replace up to 8 windows in one day and will work efficiently to minimize the amount of time your home is exposed to cold air.
  2. Sealing off the installation area – We will keep your home as comfortable as possible during the installation by taking the necessary steps like sealing off the room, and blocking and limiting the cold air only to one room at a time. Closing interior doors will also help prevent cold air from flowing into your home.
  3. Keeping your home clean – Our installers will limit our mess to a minimum, cleaning up our area before we leave. Our team will wear shoe covers, and lay down blankets to keep your home protected from minimal dirt and debris.

Replacing your windows during the winter, you will find you can start enjoying a much healthier, more comfortable, properly functioning home, and extreme winter heating losses.

Ready to Get Started on Your Window Replacement Project?

No matter what season you choose to get your windows replaced, our team of experienced window installation professionals will ensure your project goes smoothly. Our team has 25+ years of experience installing windows in our Colorado weather. When you choose replacement windows from New Windows for America, you can feel comfortable knowing you’re getting the best, and most energy-efficient replacement windows that will benefit your home, especially during the cold winter season.

Contact our New Windows for America Team today and get a free estimate.