There’s certainly no shortage of valid reasons to consider replacing your home’s older windows, including everything from visible damage and poor function to aesthetic purposes and curb appeal.  Of course, a whole-house window replacement is not your run-of-the-mill home improvement and many simply don’t know where to start.  Regardless of your specific reasons for wanting-slash-needing new windows, it’s vital that you work with a company that’s local, reputable, well-established, and not utterly determined to push one brand or style on you.

At Wonder Windows in Rochester NY, we’ve been serving Western NY for the past 57 years and have over 500 five-star customer reviews online.  Learn more about what makes us a company you can trust when it comes to your residential remodeling project.

Signs That Your Windows Need to Be Replaced

The most common structural, aesthetic and functional signs of needing new windows can include a wide range of indicators that are often visible, and in many cases both frustrating and costly over the long run:

  • Visible rot or broken window seals
  • Noticeable draft or cold areas near windows
  • Damaged hardware or difficulty opening or closing
  • Heating and cooling bills that seem unusually high
  • Outdated design that doesn’t match the home’s exterior

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Discover How New Windows Can Improve Your Home

If this is sounding a bit too familiar, maybe it’s time to discover the many benefits that come with having new windows installed on your home.  Today’s options are as vast as they are impressive, including double and triple-pane glass for enhanced security, energy efficient windows for a more sustainable home, as well as countless colors, styles and hardware options to complement your installation perfectly.

For answers to any of your questions or to schedule a free in-home consultation with one of our associates, call Wonder Windows in Rochester at 585-654-7000, or in the Buffalo NY area at 716-873-1600.  You can also email the Wonder Windows staff through our contact page.