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Homeowners in Georgetown want their home to be beautiful, comfortable and inviting. Apart from that, they want it to be energy efficient so that they can save money on energy bills.
The team at Luma understands this, which is why we work closely with our clients to help them find the best windows and doors that satisfy all of their needs. Every homeowner is different, and we offer a number of custom options for our vinyl windows and entry doors to meet the needs of all of our valued customers. Our team also takes the time to help our clients understand how they can save money with our fantastic products.
From our vinyl windows, which includes casement, awning, fixed, hung, bay, bow, custom-shaped, and sliding windows, to our entry doors, which includes steel, fiberglass, patio, storm, and garage, you'll find the perfect option for you.
Once we have helped you select the perfect windows and/or doors for your home, our installation crew will professionally install your new products in your home .
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Questions About Our Windows and Doors Services in Georgetown
Your home is your sanctuary and it should be well-maintained. If you want to maintain this sacred space, don’t wait until the last minute! Luma has already completed research so we can answer all of your questions instantly – just give us a call and one of our advisors will tell how much space they recommend for investment based on what type or model window/door system that would best suit each customer’s needs as soon as possible without wasting any time in between appointments.
Step 1: Plan the Job
Installing new windows is an important decision, so it’s best to do some research and prepare for what comes next. First off you need the right size of opening before choosing any kind because not all materials look good in every type or design! You also want plenty room inside your foundation where this will go once opened outwards (to outside). Make sure there are no issues concerning interference by making measurements now while deciding on these things beforehand can save time down the line.
Step 2: Preparing Walls
Luma’s experts know how to prevent leaks from occurring in windows. They will ensure a proper seal around your building materials so that new renderings don’t come into contact with moisture at the core of old plaster or mortar, which can lead them to leak later on down the road
Lumas’ technicians make sure there are no gaps between exterior surfaces and get-go by removing all sorts debris before laying fresh concrete; they’ll also scrape away any excess material above its grade level if need be.
Step 3: Window Frames
When installing a window or door frame, you should make sure the adjoining wall is clean and flat before starting. We will countersink any nails used for installation so they don’t penetrate too far into brickwork when fitting against it in order to avoid future damage later on if necessary items such as internal doors need removing at some point down the line.
Step 4: Window or Door Installation
Finally, our window and door installers will make sure that the installations are secured to your home’s frame at different points. When you have chosen a type of glazing for installation, it should be done so securely against walls or floors in order not just hang there carelessly during settling procedures–because if water seeps into them through any cracks caused by this lackadaisical attitude on behalf of installer(s), then things could start getting ugly really fast!
Yes! Our free consultation will provide you with an estimate to replace your windows or doors. The consultation includes measuring the openings and analyzing the construction of your existing products, which will allow us to provide you with a precise and detailed offer for replacing your windows and/or doors. This free consultation is complimentary and easy to schedule.
Many factors will determine how long your windows and doors installation process will take. These factors include: windows and doors brand, type of installation, how much work is required for the windows and doors installation process, the tools you have and time of year.
Vinyl is a great choice for homeowners because it is cost effective, flexible and durable. The majority of homeowners makes the mistake by choosing wood.
It is costly to replace broken windows and doors frames every year, while vinyl does not cost much to replace.
When deciding on a window or door frame, you need to look for frames that are made from vinyl. The reason behind this is because they don’t easily break and they last longer.
The best part about vinyl frames is that you can replace them once they start to show signs of wear and tear, unlike wood frames which require complete replacement. They do not rot as fast as wood.
In the long run, choosing a vinyl frame will be cheaper since it does not lose its quality as quickly as wood does when exposed to moisture or water damage. Many people use their windows and doors as walls instead of closing them off using glass panels. Vinyl frames do not have glass inserts which would only block the sun’s UV rays from entering your home, which means that your home will not get overheated.
There are many types of vinyl frames to choose from, but you need to ensure that you find one that is both attractive and strong enough for the function it is to fulfill. They come in different sizes depending on where they are mounted on the window or door.
The most common reasons for replacing front doors are rot around the hinges and locks; rusting on hinges; sagging; bowing; warping; and deterioration of the exterior finish. If you’re noticing any of these problems, it’s probably time to replace your entry doors:
- Deteriorating appearance
- Fading or decoloring surfaces
- Rusting, corroding hardware (hinges and latches)
- Scratches and dents that don’t go away
- Warped/bowed jambs and frames
- Broken screws in jambs or threshold
- Interior frames with large gaps between door and jamb due to bowing or warping from moisture damage
- Frames with holes from insects such as termites, beetles,
You know that you need to replace your windows when:
1) You have single pane units- if they are over 25 years old, chances are they aren’t providing you the kind of insulation you want from your home.
2) Drafts are noticeable around the window- biggest culprits are cracks at sills, handles, locks etc. These can cause significant drafts if they aren’t taken care of immediately.
3) Condensation on the inside of the glass- this means that there is moisture between the panes of glass which could lead to rot and mold.
4) Your frames are warped or splitting- this is a serious problem and can compromise the safety of your home and family if it isn’t addressed immediately. If you aren’t sure, contact a professional for advice on what needs repair before more damage is done.
5) You have wood windows with aluminum trim- old style window trims don’t provide the same insulation as modern day window dresses do.
7) Your windows will cost too much to maintain over time .
8) The sashes (the part that slides up and down) or jamb (the part that attaches them to the frame) feels loose when moving them up and down. This means that your windows will need to be replaced.
9) You cannot open and close your windows easily- if the mechanism is damaged or misshapen, it won’t provide for a smooth operation of your window. Replacing it will also help keep bugs and dirt from getting into the sash and jambs which can lead to further damage.
10) You are ready for an upgrade! If you feel that your current windows are outdated or they look bad in comparison with modern day construction, replacing them can give you a whole new look for no additional cost.