If your home is like most other homes in Michigan, it’s been through which share of long harsh winter seasons, and short, but extremely hot summers. After many years of cycling through the use vastly different temperatures, your home will eventually start to show signs of wear and tear. One of the most common places that will begin to exhibit signs of aging are your homes windows.
Michigan has a variety of architectural styles when it comes to housing, but one thing that is pretty consistent across the board is that houses across the state are generally fairly old. Being that we are in a northern climate, brick is one of the most common building products used to finish homes, and that brick is more often than not accented by wood. Though it has lots of natural beauty, would does have limitations on longevity as a building product. Window frames made of wood will begin to separate from the structure as the temperatures rise and fall; wood will contract and expand, eventually leaving larger and larger gaps between the window frame and the rest of the structure. Windows of Michigan White Lake Township, MI a division of Hansons, has the solution to your old ill-fitting windows.
Windows of Michigan White Lake Township, MI can completely replace the old Windows that you have on your home; windows that have become separated from the home to some degree, and are now much less energy-efficient than they once were. Obviously, having gaps between your window frames and your home leaves you with exposure to heat seeping out during the winter months, and cool air-conditioned air escaping during the summer.
Often times we hesitate to make major changes in our lives or in our homes, but Hansons makes the job easier with their complete solutions. They will be more than happy to provide you with a free quote, and show you exactly how they will bring your house in line with the vision that you have in mind.