If you end up with a broken window, you want to get the window replaced as soon as you possibly can. However, if you aren't able to have the window immediately replaced, then you don't want to just leave it broken in the meantime. There are some things that you can do to temporarily fix the window. However, these fixes will not make the window safer or help maintain the temperature that you are trying to keep in the house.
One way to improve the appearance of your home and increase it's overall energy efficiency is to replace your old windows with newer options. To make sure that the project doesn't exceed your budget, it's important to understand exactly what components influence the cost of your replacement windows. Here are a few of the factors that affect your replacement costs.
1. The Condition of Your Windows' Existing Frames
If your current window frames are in good condition, it's possible to replace only the windows while leaving the frames in tact.