But, a lot of homeowners complain about a loss of glass viewing area after they install new replacement windows. What is a loss of viewing area? And what can be done about it?
Usually when you install new replacement windows in your home, you don’t completely remove the entire old window. The process for replacing double hung windows (the most common window type), consists of removing the sashes as well as the screen track, while leaving the old window’s frame behind. The new replacement window is then installed inside the old frame.
This is the most common way replacement windows are installed, even though the practice can leave you with a noticeable loss of glass viewing area. However, you don’t have to deal with this problem, as there are ways to get around it, such as getting a replacement window that is designed to maximize glass area, or asking your window dealer to do a full frame replacement.
Full frame replacements replace the entire window, from the glass all the way down to the original opening. Though this method can be a bit more expensive, and certain personal factors can influence its efficacy, it causes the least amount of viewing area loss, and offers other benefits like:
Do you want to learn more about full window replacements, and Winnipeg, MB replacement windows? All you have to do is reach out to Pioneer Window & Door Mfg Ltd. You can get in touch with us by visiting 8 Fast Lane Headingley, MB, R4H 0C5, or calling (204) 889-8422. We are ready to give you the help you need.