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Windows are an essential part of a home. Both functional and beautiful, they can be one of the first things someone notices about a home, and they are also a key part of keeping a home comfortable and efficient.
Do you have rotting wood windows? Rot in your window comes from moisture coming into contact repeatedly with the window over a prolonged period of time.
Rotted wood windows will feel quite different than they should: the wood will be soft and spongy. Window rot can be found in three different places:
A rotting window frame or window sash tends to be the most serious of these, but all warrant close attention.
With any type of rotting occurring with your window, there are two important things to consider:
Clearly, window rot is a serious problem that cannot be ignored.
If you have window frames (or sashes) that are rotting, you absolutely need full-frame window replacement. This is best for several reasons:
Our team can recognize the signs of rotting and will know whether you need to replace your windows. So, even if you are only identifying the rot on the sill or trim, the situation may be more serious. If you’re looking to get new wood windows, we recommend Marvin Wood Windows for their high quality. Learn more about our wood window options here.
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APCO is driven to bring you the best window products and the best window installation service possible. We offer the best window products and high-quality window installation services throughout the following cities and their surrounding areas: Bexley, Columbus, Dublin, Gahanna, Grove City, Lewis Center, Pickerington, Powell, Reynoldsburg, Upper Arlington, and Westerville.
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