Window installation leads are typically the most expensive because they require a significant amount of labor and product. However, many homeowners believe that repair is more cost-effective than replacement in some instances. For example, window repairs can be done quickly whereas their replacements take weeks or months to complete. This has led to an increase in our windows installation leads which then causes people who contact us for this service also become interested in repairing other broken windows on their property as well.
Some might argue that it’s best just to replace them all at once but we don’t recommend choosing this option unless your home needs new exterior siding too since you would need access from outside the house to remove old materials before installing any new ones. If only one side of the house needs a new siding, then it’s better to replace just that side.
In most cases, homeowners will only need to replace a window if it is broken or the windows are old. If they’re experiencing other problems like condensation, then we recommend replacing all of them at once. The benefit of this option is that one won’t have to worry about buying more new ones just because one broke and there’s also the potential for increased energy savings with newer windows.