What's the Difference Between Replacement Windows and New Windows?
When it comes to replacement windows or new construction windows, both styles have their advantages. Although there are exceptions, new construction windows are commonly used in new homes and replacement windows in remodels. Quality varies significantly between both methods of windows and makes the most significant difference in window performance and comfort for your Downriver home.
Windows in new construction are frequently made of wood or vinyl. They can be installed during the building process and come in various styles, sizes, and colors to meet any need. Most home improvement stores have replacement windows available and come in a different option to choose from as well.
New Construction Windows
As the name implies, new construction windows are designed to be installed in homes when they are first built. The studs that make up a home are exposed during construction, allowing window contractors to add new construction windows directly to the house’s frame. Window installers will use a nail fin frame to install the windows. When it comes to new construction windows, window companies will have a lot more freedom to create custom windows of almost any size or shape. They don’t have to be worried about windows fitting in a specific spot.
When Should I Use These Types of Windows?
Do All Window Companies Offer Both New Construction and Replacement Windows?
For New Windows or Replacement Windows, Call Us Today!
We have both new construction and replacement windows at MCM Services Inc. Regardless of which option you select, our window installers will ensure that it is properly installed. To schedule a window consultation, call (734) 676-6343 today.