If the windows start to show signs of rotting, there is no need to go for a replacement. We will repair all damaged parts of the window, like sashes, sill and moldings to make it look and operate as good as a new one![+more]
Wooden windows are the best choice to make your house cozy and pleasing in a proper way. However, they contribute to an upturn of the exterior view of your apartments and even pretend themselves as warm in glacial weather, what the misses is a time-depth that they can offer. Actually, even high-quality wood isn’t able to save your material from water, which make your windows to rot. It also can lead to changing color and a downright unpleasant smell of mold. If you want to return them to its first-ever form, you can order window wood rot repair to put the damaged wood parts away. Anyway, wood frames don’t last until the twelfth of never. Repairing a rotten window frame will follow a few steps which include inspecting the frame to define rotten areas. Keep reading, if you want to learn much about all the ways ARGO window company offers to do it best.
Inspect Your Frame
As often as not people choose, they think, the right solution - to replace the window and that’s it. Even so, it is expressly understood that the most expensive wood can’t be a warranty forever. That’s why it would be better for you to think about another way amending the situation. Usually you should just repair some areas of a frame, but there are cases, when replacing is an one-and-only option.
Signs of Rotting the Wood
When the windows have peeling paint or a decay that are visible - you are in need of repairing, no doubt about it. However, there are less obvious signs that causes your window to rot. You need look closely at the window, is there a discoloration or touch it in a way of pressing fingers around the frame and find out some spongy areas. All of these could mean that your window is rotten. Moreover, windows that don’t close properly or have gaps could also be the cause of rot.
Spot the repair or replace needs
Few spots or peeling paint as well as small areas of decay will be easily removed and repaired with epoxy products, However, there are other cases, which cannot restore. If there is a mold in any part of a frame or even more than 10% is rotten, it means that the frame should be replaced. Replacing a frame is usually more expensive than repairing it, but if you don’t get rid of rot, it could spread to the rest of the frame.
Your Best Solution For Repairing Rotted Wood Windows
If you are sure you’re skilled in repairing windows and want to do that yourself - of course you can try. But remember, that tackling this arduous job, as well as determining the leakage areas that have caused the moisture to penetrate your home, are most readily and effectively accomplished by trained professionals. Argo glass & windows has been in the business of rotted window repair for a long time. We deal with rotting wood all the time and know how to resolve the problem decisively to create a long-lasting benefit to your windows.
Get The Top-Quality Service with the Longest Warranty on the Market!
At Argo Glass & Windows, we offer exquisite services with the help of our professional technicians who only use premium materials and equipment.
Experienced Technicians and Caring Customer Service.
Our technicians are skilled carpenters and glazers with years of experience. They perform the works with precision and attention to detail to guarantee a perfect result.
Save money by repairing your windows, not replacing them.
Our repair solutions will not only save your budget but also make your windows look and operate as good as new ones.
Partnering with Reliable Window Brands.
Unlike other window companies who only offer replacement options, we are specialized in repairing the majority of American leading brands, using original hardware and handling projects of any complexity.
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