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2 Ways to Replace Windows in Florida

Notebook and pen against tools on deskHGTV, Pinterest, and Youtube have delighted DIY (do-it-yourself) enthusiasts and have seemingly made home remodels easy to tackle. 

While baking and home decorating may be a good DIY project, the burning question on Florida homeowner minds is whether it’s a good idea to DIY window replacement.

Windows are a hot topic for Floridians who are seeking better storm protection and increased energy efficiency in their home.

Replacing Windows in Florida

There are two ways you can replace windows in Florida: the DIY method or trusting the pros. 

Option #1 DIY (Do-It-Yourself)

Several window replacement tutorials and resources are available for DIY connoisseurs, including the DIY Network, This Old House, and The Spruce which provide steps to replace your windows. However, you should keep in mind that DIY projects can be tricky, especially if you’re a novice and especially when dealing with large installations like windows.  

If you’ve ever attempted a DIY project, then you are well aware of the DIY mishaps that happen along the way. Unless you are a building professional, you can probably imagine the many DIY fails that may happen if you attempt to DIY your window replacement. 

Option #2 Leave it to the Pros!

While it’s possible that you might be able to pull off  the DIY option, there is a myriad of details,, features, and specifics to keep in mind. Instead, you can skip the trial and error and go straight to the pros which is the #1 choice for window replacement in Florida. Window installers will make sure your windows are installed properly and to code!

Get Started on Your Window Replacement

There’s more to window replacement than just the installation. Each window manufacturer is different, and there are a variety of features available to suit your lifestyle! Click here to get started and find a window and door dealer closest to you, or click the button below to learn more about how the EPA evaluates aluminum and vinyl window performance.

Your Comprehensive Guide to Aluminum & Vinyl Window Performance and the EPA

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