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The Story of Your Window

Has it been a while since the last time you purchased a window? The last time you replaced a window? Maybe you’ve never replaced a window and purchased a home with semi-decent windows. Whatever the history between you and your windows, your windows do have a history. Through bad weather, heavy winds and rains, your windows have probably been through it all. Maybe your windows look like new and maybe almost in brand-new shape, or maybe your windows are in some serious need of some TLC. Whatever the case, your windows may not be doing the job they initially did when you first purchased them.

For instance, if your windows have taken a beating over the years, you shouldn’t be surprised that they’re not performing any longer like brand new. Many things factor into how well a window works years down the line. Things such as maintenance, performance ratings, weather and where you live all play a part in how long your window will last and how well it performs in the meantime. Homeowners who live on the water compared to homeowners that are more inland find that their windows usually have less of a lifecycle. Why? Saltwater. Things we never even thought about can play a part in the way our windows hold up.

Windows are not just a one-size fits all in California. There are homes that sit on the water and homes that do not. There are geological factors and homes that are affected by wildfires, while some are simply not. There are homes that are affected by earthquakes or mudslides while others are not. Every home is different. And the way every window performs in a home is different as well. However, knowing the history of your window, how it has performed the last five or ten years, and knowing its original performance ratings can help you.

If your windows don’t have a great history or track record, and you find that your home has constant air leaks, then you know your windows are not working in your favor and you should invest in new windows. That’s where California Windows & Solar can help. We love helping Anaheim residents take their home to the next level and installing beautiful windows in their homes. And remember, the next time you or a friend go window shopping in Anaheim, think about what window you’re purchasing.

At California Window & Solar, we make sure to take care of our homeowners. We make sure that each and every one of our AAMA Installation Masters are certified, bringing you the best and precise installations any California window company can offer.

Don’t hesitate, contact California Window & Solar, today at (949) 284-7483. Or stop by our gorgeous showroom located at 2915 Red Hill Ave Ste B104 Costa Mesa, CA 92626. We’re open Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm, and Saturday, 9am to 3pm. At California Windows & Solar, we’re here to help Anaheim residents find the best windows possible.

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