You may have a number of reasons for wanting to replace the existing windows in your West Bloomfield home. One of the more common reasons is when your view to the outside is obstructed by condensation between the panes of glass because of seal failure. It’s an irritating situation because regardless of how often you clean the windows, they don’t look clean.
Aesthetics, however, aren’t the only reason your older windows may need to be replaced. Comfort is a major consideration when it comes to replacing your windows. Cold drafts in the winter or hot air leaking into your home in the summer indicate air leakage. It could be that your windows are worn out—or that the quality of the existing windows wasn’t that high to begin with.
Quality replacement windows address both the aesthetic issues and the comfort/energy-efficiency issues—in addition to offering increased convenience and durability.
Windows have become an increasingly important design element for homes. Homeowners in the West Bloomfield area want to take advantage of more natural light and they also want to improve outdoor views—bringing more of the outside into their homes. The windows available today are designed to do just that and improve comfort (while reducing energy use).
So what does the process look like when you’re considering new windows for your West Bloomfield home? Because Marvin is the largest window manufacturer in the country, they offer window solutions that you often can’t find elsewhere. And if you to take a look inside our Bloomfield Hills showroom—or come by 2350 Franklin Road, in Bloomfield Hills, MI, you can see a wide range of options for your home. That gives you a better sense of what might work best for your home.
The quote process is pretty simple and painless. A trained window expert will review your needs at your home and provide you with a series of options that will work in the spaces you have. Whether you’re looking for an exact replacement of what you currently have in the house (with improved energy-efficiency and durability) or a whole new look and feel for your home, your window consultant can provide options and pricing. Again, coming into the Bloomfield Hills showroom gives you a better idea of how the windows actually look, feel, and work (it’s a “hands-on” showroom).
What about installation? How long will that take? Every home is a bit different, and occasionally you can run into minor obstacles. But to give you a ballpark figure, you can probably count on each window replacement taking between one to two hours. Multiply that by the number of windows you’re replacing and you’ll have at least a rough idea of how long the process will take.