How to Replace Windows on a Brick Home
Are you fed up with the aluminum windows that came with your brick home when you bought it? Are they showing signs of corrosion and fading? Although aluminum-frame windows are not necessarily a terrible choice in warm environments where winters are mild, they can’t compare with the energy efficiency and aesthetic appeal of high-quality vinyl replacement windows. And the chances are that your aluminum windows didn’t come with dual-paned glass and other advanced thermal protection features, which means you may be missing out on an opportunity to reduce your cooling and heating costs. Even worse, for homeowners who live in hurricane-prone areas, an outdated window is unlikely to offer much protection against strong winds and airborne debris during a tropical storm.
Unfortunately, if you’re planning to replace the windows on your brick home yourself, this type of window replacement can be a tricky business. Over time, brick veneer siding around a window opening can become brittle, faded, and easily damaged. If it is damaged, you’ll likely find it difficult to color-match the original brick with new siding, which means you may be looking at a costly brick veneer siding replacement in addition to your window installation.
Turn to NewSouth Window Solutions
Why risk damaging your lovely brick home when you can turn to NewSouth Window Solutions for beautiful vinyl replacement windows that are professionally installed by factory-trained professionals? Our energy-efficient windows are ideal for homes throughout Florida as well as in coastal communities in Alabama and South Carolina. Plus, because we manufacture and install our own windows, we can offer our window replacement services at factory-direct prices. What’s more, our products and installation services are backed by a lifetime transferable warranty for your peace of mind.
Contact NewSouth Window Solutions today to learn more about our window replacement services and to find out if we have a showroom near your community.