No matter where you live
in the U.S., you likely
experience some sort of extreme weather. From
snowstorms to hurricanes, we see many types of extreme
weather. And when it does strike, it’s encouraging
to curl up in your cozy home and wait out the weather knowing your windows and
doors are shielding your home from the elements.
Ensure your home is prepped with sufficient
planning and protection, offering special attention to your
windows and doors and their installation so your home is prepared
for inclimate weather.
Here are a couple easy tips:
- Ensure a quality installation – A quality installation gives you
the intended structural integrity and correct water
management during bad weather.
- Check in to hurricane impact windows and doors – Hurricane impact windows provide added
protection to your home from things that might
get tossed about in a storm.
a look at your seals – Every window
and door has them, but depending on the age and location of your home, it is in
good practice to double check the seals that
help direct water away from your home during a weather event.
- Clear the area
around your home – One of the best things you can do to protect
your home is making certain that the surrounding
area has no debris or low
hanging branches that could crash into your
windows and doors.
If you’re prepped
to upgrade or replace your windows or doors, drop by our
Boise showroom to learn more about the different styles and types of window replacement available, or some of
our impact protected offerings, as well as our quality
installation. Or if you’d rather give us a call at 208-373-0002 or schedule an in-home consultation using our online scheduler.