When a repair job just isn't enough
There comes a time when you want to do away with the old, and bring in the new. This is completely understandable! Changing parts of your home can make it feel like a whole new place, even if the changes are relatively small in the scheme of things. Window frame replacement is one of those small things. Changing the look, style and material of your window frames to something a little more modern (or at least just fresh and new) can update the facade without spending a huge amount of money.
A window frame replacement can range in complexity, from replacing an old one with a new one ‘like for like’, to completely changing the style and material. Aluminium windows are highly popular because of their sleek appearance, ease of cleaning, and their easy maintenance. Not having to worry about rot from moisture, and also the longevity of their powdercoated or painted finish far outlasts that of house paint on timber, is a huge selling point and for many is worth the extra expenditure.
But you don’t need to go to huge extremes either. If you just want to replace your window frame with a new timber one, and perhaps want to alter the number of glass panes on the window, we can do that too. It’s a common older style to have multiple small panes on the one window, and many people opt to switch to a single piece of glass instead.
These are all just ideas for consideration for your window frame replacement. If you’d like to discuss what we can do to replace your window frames, contact us today!
A replacement is great if money is no object. For every other time, consider exploring your repair options first. Many tradesmen will quote for replacement first, because the margins are best. It doesn't necessarily mean it's something that you need to do. If you're absolutely sure you're set on a window frame replacement, then we're happy to help.
Yes you can! If you’re getting your window frames completely replaced, it is a good time to maybe consider altering the size of it too if you’re not 100% happy with how much natural light you currently have!