Spring and summer are popular times for Oregon and Washington homeowners to prioritize and work on their home improvement projects. But autumn in the Pacific Northwest is a great time to continue wrapping up those home to-dos, too. Thinking about getting new windows installed in your home? Here’s why fall is a great time to do that.
#1: Beautiful weather.
Fall in this part of the country brings beautiful, crisp weather. That’s why it’s a great time to consider your window replacement during the autumn. The weather isn’t too hot and isn’t too cold, which makes it perfect for our installation team to work outside. It’s also not too inconvenient or uncomfortable for homeowners, who will have their windows open and exposed to the elements.
#2: You will stay ahead of cold winter weather.
Winter in our area is cold and wet. Having old windows that are cracked or simply lack the energy efficiency you need could create uncomfortable cold spots in your home. Getting ready for winter means replacing your windows with quality-made, energy efficient windows that will seal warm air in and keep cold air out. So, it’s best to get ready for cold weather during the fall.
#3: You’ll get to enjoy the view.
Autumn in the Northwest: there is nothing like it. There is a little bit of everything — sunny days and crisp evenings, falling leaves, and the changing colors on the trees and shrubbery. With new windows, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the outside view, knowing that you’re doing your part in helping the environment with Energy Star® rated windows in your home.
#3: You can save money.
Right now, we have some great promotions happening! Save up to $350 each installed window with a 5-window minimum. And, we are also offering zero down, zero interest, and zero payments until 2021.
Ready to start your window installation project? Contact our experienced team at Lifetime Windows and Doors to schedule an appointment.
Why Fall Is a Great Time to Replace Your Windows in Portland OR - Vancouver WA - Bend OR - Salem OR
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