St. Louis Window Replacement: Is it Time to Replace Your Builder Grade Windows
Builder-grade windows, such as aluminum windows, have many issues ranging from fogging, leaking and sagging glass. Some builder grade windows may have broken components including springs & lock mechanisms, and some that don’t even open properly.
New Windows And New Found Love For This Home
Did you know that builder grade windows show wear and tear after 5 years?
Builder grade windows, like aluminum windows, are inexpensive and made from low grade materials as opposed to a higher quality or custom grade that are more durable to last. They are a popular choice because they save builders money, but the quality and durability is short term.
Signs of Wear and Tear
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Replace With High-Quality Windows
Replace your builder grade windows with high-quality, premium windows with Exteriors by Mosby. Mosby’s team of home consultants, architects and craftspeople think as carefully about the look of your home as well as its safety and function. Unlike other window companies who try to push a single window line, Mosby recommends a window matching the architecture of the home with the style and taste of the homeowner.
All of the windows were the original aluminum frames from 1960. Except for the 3 year old kitchen replacement window, all windows were removed and new vinyl windows were installed, with tan frames on the exterior, white frames for interior.
Install New Windows with Exteriors by Mosby
With installing new windows, Exteriors by Mosby consultants will guide you through a process, including the evaluation of existing windows, expert recommendations for style and function, professional installation as well as peace of mind with a 10-year workmanship warranty.