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Durability and ease of maintenance are the 2 benefits of our vinyl replacement windows we provide our Philadelphia, PA customers. We custom measure Double hung, slider, picture or casement windows precisely to insure that your new vinyl replacement windows will have no leaks and will protect you from cold drafts of the Philadelphia, PA winter and the heat of the Philadelphia, PA summer.
How to Measure for Replacement Windows in Philadelphia, PA
Sometimes windows need to be replaced. There are several possible reasons windows need to be replaced, sometimes they break, and sometimes they just deteriorate with age. For whatever reason, it’s important that you get the right measurements so you can get the right windows.
All you have to pay for is the cost of the windows. It is important to know how to measure for the replacement windows, to avoid buying the wrong sized windows. If you buy windows that are too big you will end having to buy new windows, but if you buy windows that are too small you will either have to resize the sill or add padding. There is a good chance you have the old double hung wood windows. It’s important to be accurate to 1/16 of an inch. Getting the measurements is very simple, and should be recorded as width X height.
To find the windows width you measure from the top right to the top left corners of the windows. Make sure you are measuring the windows from inside the recession created by the wooden stopper. Then measure around the middle of the window, just above where the locking mechanism is, from left to right. Then open the window and measure the bottom of the window from left to right, staying inside the wooden stopper. All three window s measurements should be the same, but if they are not, take the smallest one. It’s important to subtract 1/4 of an inch from the windows measurement; after all it’s easier to add padding to the window then to make the window smaller.
Once you have measured the windows width you need the height. Some window sills have an outside downward slope to help with drainage. If this is the case, it is important to measure from the windows highest point on the sill. This time you measure from the top left corner of the window to the bottom left corner, then the top middle to the bottom middle of the window, and then the right top corner to the right bottom corner. It is important to include the 5/8 inch sill, and to deduct 3/16 of an inch from the whole window measurement.
The last window measurement you will need to make is for the thickness of the window. Most windows are either 3 1/4 inch or 3 1/2 inch thick. You can buy a new stopper for the inside the window frame and install that, but it is easier to make sure you get the right thickness
Make sure to double check your window measurements. There are several common mistakes, such as measuring from the outside of the 1/2 inch pocket that the window sets in. If you need to, open the window to take the measurements. Getting the wrong window measurements will cost you more money.
Another common mistake is not taking enough window measurements. It is important to measure the height and width of the windows in three different places each. Most of the time all three measurements for each window dimension will be the same.
We have many different home window options for you to choose from. These include, double hung windows, picture windows with double hung’s, 2 or 3-lite slider windows, grid & double grid windows, casement windows which are hinged left or right, two casement windows, triple casement with large picture window, awning windows, hopper windows, bow windows and bay windows, round top windows.
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