Select this option if you need multiple types or assistance in determining the best type for your project.

Allow natural light into top floor rooms such as attics that may not have walls for windows.

Like casement windows, they crank out, but the sash opens upward instead of sideways.

STORM WINDOWS Protect older windows against energy inefficiency and are an economical option.

These windows feature a sliding track allowing the sashes to move left and right.

SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS Only the bottom sash opens. The top half of the window is stationary.

Both sashes move up and down. Generally both sashes will pop in for easy cleaning.

BAY/BOW WINDOWS Generally protrude out from the exterior wall of a home, creating a wide view and wide window sill inside.

CASEMENT WINDOWS These windows crank out and allow maximum air flow in and out of a home.

BASEMENT EGRESS These maximize light in a basement and are also used for safety.

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Tri-south Replacement Windows

Tri-South replacement windows are an economical way to update your home's look while enhancing your heating and cooling system. If you are looking to raise your home's market value to sell, or even for your own peace of mind, Tri-South replacement windows can help you achieve that goal with many added benefits. New Columbus replacement windows can modernize your interiors, increase your insulation during the winter and even reflect heat in the summer. Advances in window technology over the last two decades have introduced a wide array of styles, shapes, materials and frames, making your window replacement project not just beneficial, but an enjoyable and creative experience as well. Shopping for Tri-South replacement windows online can help you find all your options in the Tri-South and greater Columbus area.

Your Window Replacement Cost

The cost of your new replacement windows can depend on many factors, including which materials you choose, from which Tri-South retailer or home improvement store you shop, whether you decide to install your own windows or to pay for professional installation, and many other factors. As you research your options, consider how many layers of window panes you will need to protect your home against the sometimes harsh OH weather, and whether you have the time to maintain certain frame materials, like wood. Options that might seem less expensive at the time of your project, such as opting for single or double panes when you might need triples, or choosing a frame material that you may not be able to maintain, can increase your costs in the long run.

Taking advantage of window technologies is one way you can save money long-term, even if it costs a little more up front. Filling your window panes with an inert gas, for example, can greatly increase your home's heating efficiency and insulation, lowering your heating bills and extending the life of your windows by mitigating the expansion and contraction that normally occurs when they are directly exposed to dramatically changing temperatures. Argon and krypton are examples of popular and effective inert gases, although carbon dioxide is a good alternative for your Tri-South home if you are on a budget.

A low-emissivity coating for your summer windows is another good long-term way to save money and keep your Tri-South replacement windows in good condition. Low-emissivity coatings are a transparent, microscopically thin layers of metallic oxide that can cool your OH home in the summer by reducing heat transfer. These coatings are a great way to reduce your air conditioning bill as well as your carbon footprint. To maximize your insulation in the winter, switch the low-emissivity panes in Tri-South replacement windows with your gas-filled panes. Buying two sets of panes might seem expensive in the short-term, but each set will remain in good condition for a longer period of time.

Choosing the Right Window Style

The style of your Tri-South replacement windows can also affect your overall cost, as well as your satisfaction in the overall outcome. Before you choose a Ohio replacement window style, think about what you hope to achieve with your replacement project. If you find that your current window style makes it difficult to clean your panes, you might consider choosing a double-hung or casement style. A double-hung window opens from both the top and bottom to allow for easy maintenance. A casement window hinges at one side and opens from the other. If you find that you would like to let in more natural light, you might choose a bay window. Your own aesthetic tastes will also dictate your choice. Researching options available to you in the Columbus area can help you determine which styles will best suit your Ohio home.

Installing Your Windows

How you install your Tri-South replacement windows is as important as what materials you choose. Improperly installing your frames can void any insulation benefits they might offer. Some Tri-South retailers might even void your warranty if you choose to do installation yourself. You can, however, save a significant amount of money on each window if you attempt the project, and some people are very successful. If you choose to do the replacement independently, research workshops or classes that might be available in the Tri-South area so you can gain confidence or even some practice experience. You might also consider polling any Tri-South neighbors who have installation experience.

If you choose professional installation, make sure your service includes removal of your old frames and a warranty for any problems that you might notice after your Tri-South replacement windows are installed. The peace of mind that comes with professional installation can often justify the added cost for many Ohio homeowners, but it often pays to research prior work done with references and examples. Researching retailers of Tri-South replacement windows online is a great way to find options close to you.

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