Southern Home Services Services: Windows
Replacing old windows in a home can add thousands of dollars or more to the value of the property. Though some think the only option available today is vinyl, new replacement windows also come in designs that use wood, aluminum or steel. Southern Home Services knows that these windows can help homeowners save on their energy bills, which is why its contractors work on homes in the area that need new windows every week.
Southern Home Services can install windows from top brands and manufacturers like Jeld Wen, Alside and Simonton. Simonton is a popular choice because the company has won multiple awards over the years for its stylish and dependable designs. Contractors also experience installing some of the more popular types and designs, including double hung, awning and casement windows. Homeowners can even opt for Energy Star rated windows to help them save even more on their heating and cooling bills.
Each job begins with a simple meeting between window installers and homeowners. Installers will visit the home and inspect the current windows to give homeowners an idea about why they lose heat every year. The installers will also notify homeowners of any issues they discover during the inspection, including cracked window panes and small gaps that exist between the windowsill and window itself. Using windows with thermal gas between the panes can provide an instant change in temperature inside the house and leave homeowners feeling much more satisfied.
Though some focus more on the windows in their bedrooms or living rooms, basement and attic windows can significantly impact the temperature in the home, too. These spaces often feature fixed windows or permanent windows that don't open, but those windows can still let in or allow warmer air to escape. Window installers working for Southern Home Services can easily replace the openings with new windows that offer more protection for the home.
Contractors working for the company handle a variety of different repair jobs, including replacing broken panes of glass and fixing damaged sashes. They can help homeowners decide whether repairing or replacing is a better option when it comes time to make updates to their home.