When considering home improvement, custom windows offer a level of personalization and quality unmatched by standard options.
Far from just being aesthetically pleasing, custom windows can be tailored to your home’s specific energy efficiency needs; if you reside in a hot climate, you might consider windows with a low U-factor for superior insulation, reducing energy consumption and thereby cutting down on energy bills. You can also incorporate advanced window hardware for enhanced security, giving you peace of mind.
But even the highest-quality custom windows require regular care. You’ve invested significant time and money into your unique windows, so you’ll want to keep them functioning and looking their best.
Follow these essential custom window maintenance tips to keep your windows in top condition:
1.Regular Window Inspections
Routine inspections are a vital part of custom window maintenance, enabling you to identify early signs of wear and tear. Look out for cracks, leaks, or loose window hardware, and address these issues promptly to prevent further damage.
2. Frequent Window Cleaning
Keeping your windows clean not only improves the aesthetic appeal of your home but also enhances the functionality of your windows.
Use a mild soap and water solution for cleaning, or consider professional window cleaning services for the best results.
3. Care for Window Hardware
Window hardware, such as locks and handles, should be lubricated regularly as part of your custom window maintenance to keep your windows functioning smoothly and prevent corrosion.
By following these tips, you can ensure your custom windows remain in top condition, offering the best views, security, and energy efficiency for years to come.
C&L Ward: Your Trusted Partner For Window Repair and Maintenance
As the most trusted window installer in Michigan and a leader in home improvements since 1972, C&L Ward’s expert team is here to assist with all your custom window needs. Our reputation is built on a commitment to quality, and we pride ourselves on the ‘C&L Ward Difference’.