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Replacement windows are a crucial part of a remodeling job and for plenty of good reasons. The important thing is knowing the name to rely on for this type of work. Here at Honest Abe’s we take this line of work seriously and it shows in the results we get for all we do.
What many people do not realize is that windows play a major role in the overall look of your home it is about more than just a piece of glass. In fact, your windows impact both the interior design aesthetics and the exterior curb appeal. Therefore, it is essential to choose wisely so you end up with results that you will love for years to come.
Every window installation begins with a free consultation. We come to your home and perform all the necessary measurements. At the same time, we also check for evidence of water damage etc.
For each installation, we perform the following tasks:
Prepare the work area
Remove and dispose of the old window
Inspect the area for any rot or damage
Prepare and clean the opening
Install and insulate/seal the new window
Apply the necessary trim
Clean up the area.
Upon completion, a thorough cleanup and walk-through are conducted.
So what exactly are some of the benefits you can expect from updating and upgrading your windows?
Improved UV Protection – New windows with high quality glass include better protection against harmful UV rays. This is especially important because the rays of the sun can end up causing fading and damage to flooring and furniture. Preserve the interior of your home with enhanced windows in your home.
Energy Efficiency – This is the most important reasons because it helps reduce your monthly utility bills. Not only will you save money, but improved efficiency also means that your home is more environmentally friendly. The savings alone make this a financially wise investment.
Stunning and Durable – Years ago a lot of homeowners had to choose between windows they liked for aesthetic purposes or windows that were durable. Today Honest Abe’s can offer you a window with both of those.
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