When it comes to window replacement, there are several strategies you can employ. Some homeowners choose to replace windows in one room or floor of the house, while others choose to replace all the windows in the home at the same time. Which approach is better? Renewal by Andersen® of San Antonio, your local source of sliding and casement windows, sheds light on this question below.
Replacing One Window at a Time
For many homeowners, replacing one or just a few windows at a time is a better option simply because it’s not as costly. However, choosing this strategy is not without issues. Imagine this scenario: you have a total of five windows at home and decided to replace two right now, with the rest getting replaced at a later date. When that time comes, you might end up spending a lot more than what you initially paid for your first two windows.
There’s also the risk that not all replacement windows will perform as intended. Suppose Contractor A replaced the first two windows, but is not available for the next window replacement. This means you’ll have to start from scratch with vetting a new contractor, and you may not be able to source the same window products that you used the first time around.
Replacing All Windows at Once
Replacing all windows at once has its advantages. For one, you can rely on the same contractor for everything. This ensures quality installation that adheres to the same rigid standards. Plus, all the replacement units will be from one source.
While replacing all the windows at once will cost you more on the front-end, you may actually save when you look at the big picture. Many contractors offer a discount for replacing multiple windows at the same time.
Turn to Renewal by Andersen of San Antonio for your replacement casement or double hung window needs. We offer consistent, high-quality window installation. Expect our pros to handle your project with proficiency and professionalism.
Call us at (210) 988-6466 or fill out our contact form for a free in-home consultation. We serve San Antonio, Schertz and Bulverde, TX.