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Foggy Windows - Repair or Replace?

As soon as fall breaks toward winter and outside temperatures drop, some windows in your home may appear a bit cloudy. Depending on where the fog is occurring, the problem may be as simple as excess moisture developing due to the difference in indoor and outdoor temperature or it might be more serious because the window seal is failing.

Condensation on the Glass Surface

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Learn Which is the Better Option for You: Full Replacement Window vs. Partial Replacement Windows

Is a full replacement window better than a partial window replacement? This post is intended to shed some light on this great question. If you are planning to add some new windows to your home, and are still undecided about which option to choose, read on and learn more.
 
Full Window Replacement
 
A full window replacement also known as a full window installation, which involves removing the whole existing window, including the frame and replacing it with new components. In other words, full replacements involve doing away with the entire window, frame, molding, and so forth.
 
Benefits of Full Replacement Windows
 
It appears that full replacement window has more advantages than partial replacement windows in many ways. Many homeowners are often advised to opt for full frame replacement windows when:

The old frame is deteriorated or damaged beyond repair.They want to capitalize on energy efficiency by installing efficient replacement windows. 

There are a number of reasons to go for full-frame replacement windows. To begin with, this technique replaces the outdated window frame with something that can add curb appeal to your home. With full-frame replacement windows, all the mold and rotting problems will be taken care of. This can help to maintain the structural integrity of your home. Also, new window-frames are well insulated between the rough opening and the frames. For this reason, full replacement windows will save more energy; thus, reducing the burden of costly heating and cooling bills.
 
Cons  

More time and labor intensive to installDepending on the window’s size, there might be a need to replace window treatments inside the home

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Types of Replacement Windows—Partial vs. Full Replacement

If your windows are damaged, peeling or just plain old, replacing them can help you give your home a new look and feel. Replacement windows are available in different styles and materials including aluminum, wood, vinyl, and wood. There are actually two main types of replacement windows available: partial window replacement and full replacement.
 
Full Window Replacement
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Full Replacement Windows vs. Partial Replacement: What You Need to Know


Are you concerned about your worn-out or damaged window(s)? Worry no more! You can either opt for a full replacement window or partial replacement. This article is meant to inform you about virtually everything you wanted to know concerning replacement windows. You will learn how to select the right replacement window solution for your residential or commercial building. Keep reading to learn more.

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