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How Much Does Window Replacement Cost in 2021?

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When it comes to window replacement costs, there are many factors to consider. Learn which are the most important and how you can save on costs with our window replacement guide. 

If you’ve ever searched the internet wondering, “How much does it cost to replace windows?” the answer may not have been as straightforward as you’d like it to be. When it comes to a window replacement estimate, there are many factors to consider. But don’t let that intimidate you.

We’ll help you break them all down to get a better understanding of your next home renovation project. From standard window costs to specialty window options, we’ll help you find what you need.

Table of Contents:

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Average Cost to Replace Windows

The typical costs to replace windows can vary between $200 and $1800 in the U.S. So it’s difficult to know if you’re getting a good deal on your window replacements. On the one hand, you want a quality window that will last and improve the energy efficiency of your house. But on the other hand, you need to have enough funds left over to afford your other expenses.

  • High Cost: $1,800
  • Average Cost: $650
  • Low Cost: $200

The large gap in the cost of window replacement is based on a few factors— the type of window, window frame material, window size, and energy efficiency. Knowing the overall cost of window replacement can help you stay within your budget and avoid surprise expenses down the road.

Replacement vs New Construction Window Costs

New construction window installation involves removing and replacing the nailing flange that borders the window on the wall’s interior. It is typically reserved for new homes or renovations that involve removing or altering an exterior wall.

New construction windows are typically 10 to 15 percent more expensive. Still, the true cost is the additional labor needed to install them, which can increase your project costs by nearly 100 percent. Replacement windows are often the best choice for home renovation. They are cheaper and cut down on window installation costs.

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Primary Factors Involved in Window Replacement Costs

Deciding to replace your windows is not easy and can send you down a rabbit hole of questions you didn’t know you needed answering. There are many factors at play when trying to calculate the costs. Each home has different variables that need to be addressed. It’s up to you to determine if your house needs a facelift or if the cold air coming in and faulty locks need to be addressed right away.

Such variability in cost means that you need to take the research process seriously. For example, suppose all your research has determined that you need to take the plunge and replace your windows. In that case, your next step should be consulting with a contractor about your needs and expectations.

To help facilitate that conversation and determine which windows are right for you, keep these questions in mind.

  • Can I expect energy cost savings with new windows?
  • Can I match the replacement windows with the overall home design?
  • What type of installation method do you use?
  • How long will the project take?
  • What type of warranty do you offer?
  • Are there any additional fees to be aware of?

Window Material

When you’re looking to get a window replacement estimate, it’s essential to know which window material you want to use for the frame. There are various materials to choose from, and colors and textures to match your existing home design. The most popular and affordable is vinyl, but some more expensive and higher maintenance options will last longer or look nicer such as the ornate wood frames.

  • Vinyl: $100-$900
  • Wood: $150-$1,300
  • Fiberglass: $110-$1050
  • Fibrex: $250-$1050
  • Composite: $300-$1,200
  • Aluminum: $75-$400

If you are replacing windows in an old house, you may be required to use wood, particularly if you live in a historic district or house. Whether your home is historical or modern, it’s critical to know your options regarding window materials.

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Vinyl

Vinyl window costs are typically the most affordable at roughly $100 to $900 per window based on the size and shape of the window. They are also extremely durable and energy-efficient, which makes them the most popular choice for window replacements.

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Wood

Wood frames offer a beautiful architectural finish to your home, which may or may not be required based on where you live. They are a bit more expensive at $150 to $1,300 per window but add more than that in value to your home.

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Fiberglass

Fiberglass is a slightly more durable material than vinyl and runs about 10 to 15 percent more expensive. It has similar insulation properties, which will lead to energy efficiency savings down the road.

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Fibrex

Fibrex frames are made exclusively by Anderson Windows using a thermoplastic polymer and wood fibers to create a composite wood. Fibrex is the most sought-after alternative to vinyl as it’s resistant to the cracking and warping that happens to vinyl over time.

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Composite

Composite frames are typically the most durable and come in around $300 to $1,200 per window. They are made from a mix of PVC and wood fibers that could outlast any home in which they’re installed.

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Aluminum

Although aluminum frames will not insulate as well as the other materials on this list, they make up for it in the initial cost. The average aluminum frames cost between $75 and $400 per window, with much larger windows coming in around the $1000 mark.

Window Type

The cost of windows is greatly affected by the type of window being replaced. Window prices vary by size and function – or lack thereof; different window types address varied intended usages. Therefore, determining the best fit for your intended use is another crucial step in your window replacement process.

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Bay and Bow

Bay and bow windows are similar in that they both extend from the house, creating a flat area or nook. Bay windows are typically a set of three with a flat middle pane and two adjacent windows, while bow windows have a minimum of five set in a curve along with the wall to create a seamless arched frame. Bay and bow windows both require skilled individuals to install them and typically range between $1,000 and $4,000. 

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Awning

Awning windows work great on rainy days as they open outward from the bottom, letting the rain run off the face and not into your home. Since the crank and lock are located at the bottom of the window, these windows are popular near countertops. Awning windows typically cost between $400 and $700.

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Casement

Casement windows swing out to the left or right side to open via a hand crank at the bottom. They offer an unobstructed view through a solid pane of glass and often work in pairs with one opening in each direction. Casement windows can cost between $100 and $1000 based on window size and frame type.

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Double-Hung

Double-hung windows open vertically with both sashes moving independently of one another. They provide superior air circulation to single-hung windows and easier cleaning as they can tilt inward for better access. Double-hung windows typically range between $150 and $650.

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Gliding/Sliding

Gliding, also called sliding windows, offer the most glass area and thinnest frame of any window design. They work like single or double-hung windows, but they move horizontally instead of vertically. Gliding windows can cost between $150 and $800, depending on size and material.

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Picture/Combination

Picture and combination windows are usually fixed in place and custom sized to fit your ideal placement. They typically fill in wall space between separate opening windows to bring more natural light inside. Picture windows cost from $300 to $1,200 based on your desired combination.

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Specialty

Specialty windows are designed to fit the architecture of your house in instances where traditional window styles won’t work. They can be grand arches, perfect circles, long horizontal frames, or any custom size and shape you can imagine. Specialty windows can cost anywhere from $300 to $2000 based on the design. Generally, the more unique the window, the more expensive it will be.

Window Size

There are hundreds of size options available direct from any window retailer, but there are hidden costs associated with each. For example, while labor is often calculated for typical window sizes, that may not always be the case.

In addition, installing larger windows always takes extra time – but it may also take a second installer which will quickly double your labor costs. Smaller windows tend to be less costly to install unless they’re in a hard-to-reach place.

Let’s break down the different window sizes available and the costs associated with each.

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Standard Size Window

The standard window varies in size by a few feet in either direction but is the most common to be found in homes, apartments, and commercial buildings. Since they are so popular, the cost of replacing them is nearly as low as the small windows, between $150 and $500.

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Small Window

Small windows are commonly found in bathrooms, entryways, and basements. Since they are less common, basement window replacements cost roughly the same as a standard window, between $150 and $400.

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Large Window

Large windows are typically found in commercial buildings or high-end homes and housing units. The cost to replace them is greater not just for materials but also for labor because it takes two people to set it up properly. Large window replacements can cost anywhere from $200 to $1000.

Glass Type

The type of glass used in a replacement window installation can help to boost your home’s energy efficiency and lower your monthly bills. Modern window glass is far more advanced than it was just a few decades ago and can quickly add up to a savings of several hundred dollars each year.

  • High-Performance Low-E4 Glass: The Low-E4 Glass is 45% more energy efficient in the winter and 56% more efficient in the summer. It also blocks 84% of UV rays that can damage your drapes, furniture, and artwork.
  • High-Performance Low-E4 SmartSun Glass: The Low-E4 SmartSun Glass is also 45% more energy efficient in the winter but 70% more efficient in the summer. It goes on to block 95% of harmful UV rays to protect your eyes as well as your home’s interior.
  • High-Performance Low-E4 Sun Glass: The Low-E4 Sun Glass is the best glass to beat solar heat. A tint coating keeps your home much cooler in warmer weather and reduces the amount of visible light and sunshine streaming in from outside.

If your double pane has held up well for years but recently started to crack or fog up between the panes, you may wonder how much it is to replace only the cracked windows. The cost to replace a single pane of glass in a double-pane window will make the new, energy-efficient glass seem like a much wiser decision.

Additional Costs and Considerations

Aside from the obvious choices of window type, trim, glass, and color (like bold, black windows or more subtle, white windows), there are several additional factors you need to consider before replacing your windows.

The DIY route can be hazardous, so be sure to calculate labor into your budget. You’ll also want to consider additional insulation depending on your location. With any home renovation project, there will be some cleanup afterward. Here you can either rent a dumpster and do it yourself or hire a contractor who will manage all that for you.

We will break each aspect down for you so you can be prepared for these potential costs.

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Labor and Installation

Labor is a significant factor in any job you want to be done around the house, but the cost of getting it done right is far cheaper than the cost of doing it wrong yourself.

Depending on the contractor you use, labor can range between $30 and $60 per hour. If you are replacing multiple windows in your home at once, you’ll likely save on labor costs. If your windows need to be custom-made or fitted into a historic building, the cost of specialist labor can be much higher.

Labor will also be more expensive if you’re doing a full-frame window replacement instead of a simple new window installation because of the need for additional carpentry skills and time.

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Insulation

Insulation and waterproofing may be necessary depending on where you live and whether you live there year-round. This typically includes filling the gaps around the window frame to prevent air or water from getting in. Depending on how many windows you’re replacing and the type of insulation you need, costs can vary between $500 and $4,000. 

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Location

The location of your home can impact more than the type of glass and insulation you need. Local building codes may require you to use a certain frame or exterior trim for new residential window replacements.

Double pane windows are suitable for most climates, but triple pane windows will be the most energy-efficient and insulated, particularly if you live in an extreme climate. Ask your trusted window replacement specialist for recommendations based on your geographical location.

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Cleanup

The costs of cleaning up and disposing of waste are often calculated into the contractor’s labor estimate. If you are only doing a few windows, you may be able to clean up on your own at no extra cost.

However, if you’re aiming to replace most of the windows in your home, you may need to rent a dumpster for waste disposal. Contractors often have special rates for dumpster rentals, so it could be less costly to leave the cleanup to the professionals.

Brand Choice

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As you’ve come to see, shopping for windows requires you to make many choices. If you want to avoid repeating this process in just a few years, choosing a reputable brand with great warranty service is important.

The best replacement window brands will cost a bit more than lower quality brands but are worth it just for many reasons, including energy savings and longevity. Anderson Windows has been our brand of choice for many years because it consistently provides the best house windows on the market at the best prices.

 

 

Ways to Save on Window Replacement 

Window replacement can be a costly renovation project upfront, but it will save you money in the long run. Don’t give in to the temptation to cut costs by buying cheaper windows. In the end, you’ll have to spend more money and suffer unnecessary headaches.

We’ve put together a list of ways you can save money while maintaining the quality of the window replacements.

Look for Contractor-Grade or Builder-Grade Windows

Many people don’t realize that there are several different grades of windows. Architectural-grade windows will be the most expensive, but if you inquire with your contractor about using contractor-grade or builder-grade windows, you could save some money. The windows are still high quality and will last for years to come.

Stick to the Standards

The most common windows will almost always be the least expensive because they’re easier to produce and readily available. Oddly shaped windows in unusual sizes will be more difficult to find and, therefore, more expensive.

The most common window types are:

Keep It Simple

Window replacement companies will offer you add-ons to drive up the price of your project. If you’re looking to save money, then you may have to skip the accessories like between-glass shades, ventilated grills, and expensive trim and hardware.

Negotiate Price

Replacement window companies expect you to negotiate the price of your project. In fact, their initial estimate is based upon that assumption. If you are willing to discuss your budget and negotiate with them, they will likely be ready to compromise.

Get More Than One Quote

Getting multiple quotes gives you leverage to negotiate the best price possible. It is recommended to get at least 3 to 5 quotes before deciding but always try for more if there are other options in your area.

Do Your Windows Need to Be Replaced?

Knowing when to replace your windows isn’t always easy, but there are a few signs to look for. Hot or cold air leaking through the windows is a clear giveaway, but condensation between the glass is a less obvious sign that could go overlooked. If there is visible rotting or damage to the frame, or if they just don’t work well anymore, it may be time to upgrade your windows.

Here are a few additional signs that your windows need to be replaced.

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Damaged

This could be the most obvious sign that your windows need to be replaced. If they are cracked, or the frame is broken or rotting, you should get them replaced immediately before the damage spreads.

Rotting frames leave room for mold to grow in your walls, and that can lead to more costly repairs and negative health consequences if not fixed as soon as possible.

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Difficult to Operate

Windows may become difficult to operate over time due to the house settling or a warped window frame. It may seem like an unimportant nuisance, but windows that don’t close properly may not lock properly, becoming a safety hazard. They may also leave small gaps for rainwater to leak in creating further damage.

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Increased Utility Bills

If you notice your windows are either cold to the touch in the winter or excessively drafty, your furnace will be working overtime to keep your house comfortable. Older windows lack the insulation and technology that allow newer windows to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Replacing your windows can significantly lower your energy bills all year long.

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Poor Noise Filtration

If you’ve ever been woken up by the garbage truck, you know the importance of proper noise filtration in a window. Unfortunately, older windows lack the ability that new double or triple pane windows have to keep your house quiet even in a busy city.

Get the Best Replacement Windows on the Market from Asher Lasting Exteriors

When you work with our team of window experts at Asher Lasting Exteriors, replacing windows is never a hassle. We work with you to make sure you get the right windows at the best possible price. Our goal is to keep our clients informed, satisfied, and relaxed throughout the entire process knowing they’re in good hands.

If you have questions or want to learn more about our replacement window services, contact us for more information and a free estimate today. We are proud to serve Eau Claire, WI, and surrounding areas. 

Window Replacement FAQs

Window replacement projects can be a daunting task. You want to know you got all your bases covered before making such a big financial decision. So we’ve taken the time to search out some of the most frequently asked questions about window replacements and answer them for you.

Any contractor should be able to answer these and any other questions you may have before you commit to anything.

Why should I hire a professional for my replacement windows?

There are many reasons to hire a professional for your window replacement. A professional will know how to check for structural damage, mold, and sizing issues. They will also be familiar with the building codes in your area and inform you on which windows you cannot use in your home.

There are many unforeseen dangers of DIY window replacement, from personal injury to incorrect installation and no quality guarantee.

Do I need to replace all the windows at once?

This question depends on your project budget and the condition of your windows. If you require any expensive specialty windows, you may want to do those later on. On the other hand, if all your windows are damaged or more than 20 years old, you may want to replace them all at once. In addition, many contractors offer a discount for larger projects as they can utilize their time more efficiently.

What are the most expensive replacement windows?

Bay windows are typically the most expensive windows at an average of $2,000. This is because Bay windows are large, and they create extra space for seating. As a general rule, the larger and less common windows will be more expensive. These include skylights, garden boxes, bows, egress, sliding, awnings, and glass blocks.

Do I need to look out for window replacement scams?

A few window replacement scams to avoid include the bait and switch, buy one get one, and now or never. As long as you take your time and get multiple quotes, these scams shouldn’t be a problem for you.

A good rule to follow for a large purchase is ‘never buy anything the first day you shop for it.’ If a salesman is pushing you to buy with exclusive offers that are limited time only, chances are you will find a better offer elsewhere with a more reputable brand to back it up.

If you live in an area near Eau Claire, Wisconsin, contact our trusted professionals today for your free estimate.

5 Common Gutter Issues and Their Solutions

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Cleaning your gutters isn’t a fun household task. Many put it off thinking, “What kind of damage can clogged gutters cause? Surely it can wait.” However, if left unchecked, gutter issues can cause significant structural damage to your home. Learn the most common gutter problems, how to fix them before it’s too late, and when it’s time to replace your gutters altogether.

The main purpose of rain gutters is to collect the runoff water from your roof and channel it away from the foundation. Gutters are constantly battling against the elements to keep that channel open and free of leaks or sags. Once they become clogged or damaged, it’s essential to get them fixed right away to avoid more expensive repairs and damage further down the road.

When replacing your gutters is the best call, Asher Exteriors can help. Call in our experts for new seamless rain gutters and gutter guards. We proudly serve homeowners in and around Menomonie and Eau Claire, WI.

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Gutter Problems: What They Are & How to Fix Them

There are five main types of gutter problems that homeowners are likely to encounter. Each has its own potential to cause foundational damage, and each can be easily fixed if caught in time. If you fail to notice these issues before they get out of hand, you’ll need to call a professional for either gutter repair or gutter repair or replacement.

The solutions to these common problems may be as simple as removing debris or patching a hole. They may also be as tedious as rehanging the gutters, but learning how to recognize your unique gutter issue is the first step to fixing it. It’s also critical to know when your gutters need professional attention. If you notice that they have begun to corrode or are completely detached from your home, it’s definitely time to call in the experts.

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1. Sagging Gutters 

When there is a dip in the line of your gutters, it invites water to stay there and prevents proper drainage into the ground. This causes excess stress on that section of gutter and may cause the hardware to fail, leading to further sagging or, even worse, a total collapse of the gutter section. As the water begins to leak from this low point, it can cause rotting of the wood in the eaves and eventual erosion of the foundation.

The best solution is to rehang this section of gutter with better hardware before it leads to further damage. If your gutters are sagging so severely that they’re detaching from each other and/or your home, it may be time to call in the experts to replace your system.

To recap, the negative consequences include:

  • Hardware failure
  • Incorrect drainage
  • Foundational rot and erosion

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Solution: Gutter Hanger Replacement

The remedy to fix sagging rain gutters is often quick and easy. All it takes is tightening the screws that are already there. If you add a few extra screws between those that already exist, you will strengthen the gutter system and prevent the need for future repairs. Replacing your gutter hangers can be a 10-minute task if you have the accessibility and the right tools.

Required Tools:

  • Ladder
  • Screwdriver
  • Screws

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2. Leaking Gutters

When storm damage hits your home, you may be looking for broken glass or missing shingles, but taking the time to check your gutters for leaks should also be a top priority. If neglected, a leaking gutter can slowly erode the underlying support and foundation below the leak. It may be hard to spot on a clear sunny day. That’s why you should always check for damage directly after a storm to ensure the water is draining as it should.

When gutters begin to corrode and gaping holes and tears appear, the damage is too much to repair, and you’ll want to consult a professional about your replacement options.

Leaking gutters can cause various problems:

  • Foundation erosion
  • Gutter corrosion
  • Hardware failure

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Solution: Gutter Hole Repair

Once you have spotted the leak in your gutter, fixing it is a low-maintenance task. If the hole is small, a bit of plastic roofing cement can be applied using a putty knife. For larger holes, you may want to cut a strip of flashing to cover the hole and secure it with the same application of cement to fix your gutter leak.

Required Tools:

  • Ladder
  • Plastic roofing cement
  • Putty knife
  • Flashing scraps

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3. Improper Gutter Slope

One of the more challenging gutter issues to spot is an improper gutter slope. This can lead to standing water in your gutter, or worse, water pooling in your gutter at its lowest point. If you notice your gutter failing to drain without any visible leaks, slope could be the issue. It isn’t as easy of a fix as the others but will cause excess stress to your gutter system if not taken care of.

We don’t recommend attempting to fix improperly sloped gutters yourself. Mistakes in gutter slope can cause several problems. Too much or too little leaves your home susceptible to water damage, so it’s essential to call a reputable gutter company that has the right experience and tools.

When a gutter system’s slope is wrong, you may experience:

  • Hardware failure
  • Standing or pooling water
  • Gutter system stress and eventual irreparable damage

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Solution: Rehang Your Gutters

The proper slope for gutters is ½ inch over 10 feet, but if the gutter is more than 40 feet long, you may want to pitch it in the middle to two different drainage spouts. To fix a gutter slope, you will need to rehang the gutter by taking out the hardware and remeasuring the pitch. This can be done solo but would be much easier with a partner who knows a bit about how to fix a gutter slope and has the right tools.

Required Tools:

  • Level
  • Screw Driver
  • Tape measure
  • Ladder

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4. Clogged or Blocked Gutters

The most common issue for any homeowner is dirty gutters. Each fall and spring, you will need to climb around the whole perimeter of your roof to clean out the clogged gutters. Full gutters will lead to gutter drainage issues, ultimately causing the gutters to overflow, which results in foundational erosion due to continuous water damage. Luckily the most common problem also has the most straightforward solution.

Despite the simple solution, clogged gutters can cause serious problems:

  • Foundational erosion
  • Small animals are attracted to dirty gutters
  • Hardware failure

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Solution: Debris Removal

It’s a dirty job, but one that needs to be done before it can cause further damage. To fix gutters that overflow, you’ll need to get up on a ladder and remove the debris that has accumulated over the year. A great way to avoid this recurring issue is to install gutter guards. They come in various styles, all of which will help keep the majority of debris out of your gutters.

Required Tools:

  • Ladder
  • Gloves
  • Gutter guards (optional)

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5. Gutter Damage

Without the proper maintenance and attention to detail, gutter damage is almost impossible to avoid. Even if your home is located far from falling trees and hail zones, gutter erosion will happen if you fail to maintain your gutters correctly.

It’s important to keep in mind that this can be avoided for years with proper installation from trusted professionals like our team of experts at Asher. Still, it’s critical to recognize that your gutters will likely need to be repaired or replaced eventually.

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Solution: Resecure Gutters or Replace Them

Replacing your gutters can be an expensive task, and it can be hard to tell whether they need to be repaired or replaced. Consult with one of our professionals first to see if there is a way to reinforce or repair them. At Asher, we have an eye for gutter damage that may go unnoticed or simply unrecognized by the average person. If you’re looking for gutter overflow solutions and haven’t found your answer online, it may be time to call for a consultation.


When replacing your gutters is the best call, Asher Exteriors can help. Call in our experts for new seamless rain gutters and gutter guards. We proudly serve homeowners in and around Menomonie and Eau Claire, WI. 

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How to Prevent Future Gutter Problems

The majority of gutter issues can be prevented with regular and proper maintenance. If you’re a new homeowner or looking to extend the life of your gutters, add these maintenance tips to your spring cleaning list.

  • Clean your gutters: A quick lap around your house will ensure proper drainage all season long
  • Check for leaks: After a storm is the best time to spot any improper drainage throughout a gutter system
  • Look for sags: It is better to catch a slight sag early on than have to repair a collapsed gutter months down the line
  • Check the pitch: You may consider bringing a level with you while you clean the gutters to ensure they are properly sloped toward the drain
  • Look for damage: After each storm, check for major damage and make a call to repair it right away 

 

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Let Asher Lasting Exteriors Solve Your Gutter Issues

Familiarizing yourself with simple repairs for common gutter issues is a great way to avoid expensive, time-consuming home repair projects. Furthermore, learning what actually causes gutters problems and what their negative consequences are will help you understand why it’s vital to spend a little extra time on maintenance now, so you can save your time and money for activities you genuinely enjoy.

Here at Asher Lasting Exteriors, we aim to limit the need for future repairs by ensuring proper gutter installation from our trusted professionals. We supply our customers with the highest quality gutter products on the market. Contact our experts today to explore your options for new or replacement gutters. We proudly serve the Menomonie and Eau Claire, WI, areas. 

Is Renewal by Andersen® Worth It? Benefits and Reviews

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If you’re in the market for new or replacement windows, you may be wondering, “Are Andersen windows good?” Or, perhaps more specifically, “Is Renewal by Andersen worth it?” The short answer to both of these questions is yes. It’s not likely that you came to this page for a one-word answer, so let’s unpack what it is about Renewal by Andersen that is so exceptional.

Andersen windows stand out for several reasons. The Benefits of Renewal by Andersen include but are not limited to:

  • They are crafted from their exclusive material called Fibrex, made from repurposed materials
  • Their design and installation are easy thanks to their stellar customer service
  • Their materials are environmentally friendly and energy-efficient
  • There are many Andersen Windows colors and styles available

Renewal by Andersen window cost does run higher than other windows. However, their outstanding quality is well worth the price tag. Contact us today to find out if Andersen Fibrex window frames are right for you. We proudly serve homeowners in and around Menomonie and Eau Claire, WI.

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Renewal by Andersen: What Makes this Brand Stand Out?

What is Renewal by Andersen in the first place? Renewal by Anderson is one of the best window technologies on the market. The company has been in business for over 100 years and in that time have developed strong, long-lasting, and eco-friendly windows.

With stress-free consultations and installation, you’ll enjoy a seamless experience working with the Andersen team. In the unlikely event that Andersen window repair is needed, you’ll be protected by their 20-year warranty.

Andersen Customer Service

When it comes to replacement window manufacturers, Andersen provides exceptional customer service from start to finish. After scheduling a free in-home consultation, a representative will come to your home to determine which windows will work best. After accepting the pricing and placing the order, your windows will be professionally installed.

Should any issues arrive post-installation, their warranty makes it easy to request service. Here’s what you can expect from their phenomenal customer care team:

  • Free consultation
  • Easy ordering
  • Professional installation
  • Warranty

Andersen Windows Warranty

Although rare, defects may appear over time which some consumers have written about in their Renewal by Andersen reviews. Andersen Windows’ limited warranty will put your mind at ease when the unexpected happens.

Their limited warranty covers:

  • Glass and the Fibrex material for 20 years
  • Hardware and exterior finish for ten years
  • Installation for two years (Asher carries a lifetime installation warranty to the original homeowner).

Your windows are automatically registered for the warranty immediately after they’re installed. From that point on, Andersen customer service has your back.

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3 Remarkable Benefits of Renewal by Andersen Windows

Andersen windows provide their customers with many benefits. A few key traits of Andersen windows include energy efficiency, high-performance glass to protect your home’s interior and numerous customization options from Andersen window sizes to the grille pattern.

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Improved Energy Efficiency Through Fibrex

Renewal by Andersen Windows are made of their exclusive material called Fibrex, which is an energy efficient material consisting of 40% wood fiber and 60% thermoplastic polymer.

Fibrex’s unmatched strength and durability allows for less frame and more glass, bringing in more natural light than other windows. The seals on the window frames are airtight, preventing heat, cold, and moisture from entering your home.

  • Airtight seals
  • Low thermal expansion
  • Reduces energy bills
  • More natural light

Don’t take our word for it. Renewal by Andersen reviews will illustrate this. Andersen Windows customers have attested to their durability in the cold months. They’ve verified the comfort and natural light that you’ll experience from your windows.

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Enhanced Comfort Levels Through Advanced Glass Technology

Renewal by Andersen uses high-performance glass, which will increase the comfort of your home and protect the interior from sun damage by blocking 84% of UV rays. It’s also important to note that Andersen Windows minimize heat transfer, which will lower your utility bill.

  • Minimizes heat transfer
  • Blocks UV rays
  • Reduce energy bills
  • Protects from sun damage

There are many highly rated Renewal by Andersen reviews that vouch for the quality of their windows. For example, even during unseasonably cold temperatures, Andersen Renewal Windows will keep your home warm and your heating bill down.

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Lovelier Home Through Extensive Customization

Andersen provides a full range of styles, sizes, and finishes to truly customize your windows. With a large selection of hardware as well as interior and exterior finishes, you can choose what matches the design of your home to give it a unique and attractive look. Some styles swing open, which makes cleaning Andersen windows a simple process.

  • Numerous interior and exterior colors
  • All window styles available
  • Custom window sizes
  • Many grille patterns

In Andersen Windows reviews, customers are delighted with the professional installation and the overall quality they can enjoy day in and day out.

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Andersen Renewal Windows FAQs

While choosing replacement windows, there are many questions you’ll want to consider. Here are a few of those questions:

What is the difference between Renewal by Andersen and other Andersen windows?

Renewal by Andersen is specifically replacement windows. It is a full-service replacement option, from consultation to Andersen window installation. The window material used is exclusively Andersen Fibrex. Other Andersen windows may be for new builds, DIY, or replacements and are available in either clad wood or Fibrex.

Where are Andersen windows made?

Andersen Corporation has its headquarters in Minnesota. They have manufacturing facilities located in the United States and Europe, including a large facility in Minnesota.

What do Andersen windows prices look like? 

Andersen windows prices will vary for a number of reasons. What is the size of the window you’re replacing and the style? Are you looking for a specific finish?

The answer to these questions can impact price. In general, Andersen replacement windows cost more than other manufacturers. However, with the quality and lifespan, you’ll get your money’s worth.

Does Andersen windows offer financing?

There are Andersen Windows financing options available. You can learn more about this from their knowledgeable customer care team or the representative during your free consultation.

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Get Your Renewal by Andersen Replacement Windows From Asher Lasting Exteriors

Renewal by Andersen is one of the top replacement window brands on the market. The strength and quality of materials used, along with Andersen’s seamless service, will leave you satisfied for decades to come. Replacement windows reviews for Andersen Windows will leave you feeling confident when making your selection.

At Asher Lasting Exteriors, we are proud to offer our customers Renewal by Andersen windows. Whether you’re looking for a sliding glass door for your patio or any type of window (including specialty windows), we have what you’re looking for. Contact our window experts today to get a free estimate. Keep up with our latest products and services by checking in with our latest news and updates.

4 Types of Patio Covers to Keep You Cool

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Enjoying your outdoor patio regardless of the weather is an enviable perk. With the many patio covering options, it can be hard to make a choice. This article will discuss the four most popular types of patio covers and what makes each stand out.

The most feasible way to enjoy the outdoors is to install an overhead patio cover. The shaded region will be protected against harmful UV rays and provide shelter from light rain. What’s more, it will lengthen the longevity of your patio furniture.

If you’re struggling to decide between the different types of patio covers, this article will help. Here we will detail patio cover options, their benefits, and design popularity. If you’ve ever wondered how to cover a patio, you’ll find the perfect solution here.

Explore our beautiful selection of patio covers and reach out to our home exterior professionals to learn more.

 

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Deck and Patio Covers: 4 Options to Shade Your Outdoor Space

There are two broad categories of outdoor structures regarded as deck and patio covers. These are ‘freestanding’ and ‘attached’ covers. If any part of the structure is connected to the house, it is considered ‘attached.’

The construction material is an important factor to keep in mind. For instance, wood patio covers are more durable than Aluminum patio covers. Keep in mind that most styles of patio roof options can be constructed from different types of materials. This article will discuss the following four choices:

  • Awnings
  • Pergolas
  • Solar Screens
  • Sails/Canopies 

 

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Awnings

Awnings’ primary standout feature is that they are angled downwards, guiding water and debris off their surface. They can be permanent fixtures or retractable. The coverage is solid and well suited to windy areas. These are versatile fixtures that will serve almost any attached patio cover ideas you may have envisioned.

This style is a classic and popular choice due to the vast number of designs available. The size of the awnings is often customizable. Some designs also make use of frames for reinforcement and automation. Of all the different types of patio awnings, the most convenient and long-lasting are retractable ones.

The element of retractability limits their exposure to the elements. You can choose between a motorized or manual variant. Sunesta is a leading brand offering an array of customizable retractable awnings. At Asher, we stock full-featured awnings and affordable entry-level Sunesta models. Along with superior quality and a reasonable price, you’ll get:

  • Maximum convenience as the awnings are controlled wirelessly via a remote or smartphone application
  • Generous product warranties on the frame, fabric, and motor
  • Over 130 fabric colors to choose from and more custom frame color options than any other awning company
  • Optional smart lights or a drop-down valance for added protection

Also noteworthy is that Sunsesta is the first (and only) retractable awning brand to receive Miami Dade Product Approval and the International Building Code Product Approval.

Beautiful red retractable awning seen from above

Types of Awnings for Decks:

  • Free Standing Awnings: These deck and patio covers are not mounted to a wall. They contain their own support structures and framework. They are best suited for covering large surfaces.
  • Vertical Awnings: You can see these as revolutionary window blinds. They can be fitted between two beams or over windows. They are beneficial when shade is required, no matter where the sun is positioned.
  • Portable Awnings: This design is less sturdy than its counterparts but will still provide shade and protection. Usually, a single household will make use of several portable awnings. These are often seen in hotels and restaurants.
  • Patio Awnings: These are fixed on at least one side of a wall. They project outwards and have a heavy-duty frame to support their weight and last for years. There are no support beams involved. This design is regarded as a straightforward patio cover option.

If you’re in the Eau Claire area and interested in awning installation, browse our beautiful collection. Additionally, visit our showroom today to view our sample displays.

 

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Pergolas

A pergola is a pillared garden structure. Its roofing can be composed of equally spaced rafters or be completely solid. Some people prefer the grid of rafters as it allows light exposure and better heat circulation. Pergolas can either be free-standing, attached, or hanging.

Free-standing pergolas are supported on all four sides using pillars, beams, or columns. The attached designs make use of a combination of wall mounting and beams. However, hanging versions have no additional support other than their wall mount.

Interestingly, the roof can be arched for extra aesthetic appeal. The design itself is usually very decorative. Typically, pergola owners grow vines that eventually encase the entire structure, creating an enchanting ambiance. Some pergola owners will weave fairy lights throughout the rafters for added elegance.

Pergolas can be made from metal, wood, plastic, stone, and glass. Let’s have a look at why these structures are so popular:

  • The design options are extensive; you’re sure to find something to fit your style
  • The stronger structures can support light fixtures or even fans; the arched structures are particularly strong
  • Pergolas are versatile and can cover varying surface areas
  • These structures are low maintenance; they don’t need frequent cleaning, painting, or resurfacing

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Types of Pergolas:

  • Wood Pergolas: This type of pergola is ideal if you prefer a natural or rustic look. This is the most classic design if you’re considering wood patio cover ideas.
  • Vinyl Pergolas: This material suits a minimalist decor scheme. Most of these designs will be white, which requires regular cleaning. Vinyl is often a more affordable option.
  • Fiberglass Pergolas: This material is exceptionally sturdy and low maintenance. Fiberglass can also be painted, so color options are endless. This is usually a pricier material.
  • Metal Pergolas: These designs are usually built using aluminum and/or steel. They are less sturdy and, if not securely fastened to the ground, will bend and buckle. If you select powder-coated versions, you’ll have a wider variety of colors to choose from.

 

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Solar Screens

Deck covering materials such as solar screens are fabric panels used to limit incoming sunlight. They can hang like curtains over an opening. They are also retractable. Although they hang vertically, they are still considered to be a type of patio cover because they provide such excellent shade.

Solar screens are great for rooms that have poor temperature regulation. Installing these fixtures may reduce electricity usage as they block the sun and absorb its heat. The screens can also be installed alongside other patio roof options such as awnings and pergolas.

The Sunesta solar screens come with the latest in sun protection technology. They exist in two variants detailed below. You can control the amount of light, heat gain, and desired privacy. There are also several beautiful neutral shades to choose from. See some additional benefits below:

  • There are several accessories, colors, and mounting options to choose from.
  • All of the retractable designs come with remote controls for your convenience.

Sun roll and sentry comparison

Types of Solar Screens:

  • Sentry: Options for the type of solar screen include captured edge technology. The vertical edges are fixed to prevent the material from flapping. Tears are also less likely to occur.
  • Sun-roll: This is best for allowing light around the edges and increased air circulation. This design is perfect for patios with an open, spacious layout.

If you’re in the Eau Claire area and interested in installing solar screens, visit our showroom today to view our sample displays.

 

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Shade Sails

Regarding deck covering options, shade sails or shade canopies are among the most portable. A shade sail is a piece of material tensioned between several anchor points. The material can be anchored directly to the ground, between beams, or on any sturdy surface.

If you’re wondering how to cover a patio, these are the simplest option. They’re also relatively inexpensive. People love shade sails because they are UV-resistant, waterproof, and can cover a large surface area. One downside to this patio covering is that it tends to be more fragile and prone to ripping.

The patio cover designs can be elegant or playful, and the style variations depend on the color and fabric choice. They have a number of stand-out benefits, including:

  • Due to increased affordability, a network of shade sails can be used in a single household.
  • These patio cover materials usually come with D-ring attachments, making them portable.
  • The majority of designs are constructed from HDPE (high-density polyethylene fabric). This means it can withstand and block over 90% of harmful UV rays.

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Types of Shade Sails:

  • Fixed shade sail: This design incorporates strong material with several panels woven together. The edges are hemmed and reinforced with steel wire to maintain the shape. It is stretched taut between three or four points and fixed permanently or with D-ring clips.
  • Retractable shade sail: These designs are most advantageous when you’d like to adjust the amount of coverage you want. The sail’s longevity can be extended by limiting its weather exposure.
  • Attached shade sails: This is when one half of the sail is attached to a part of the house. It includes a permanent fixture enclosing one side of the sail. These options take more time to install.

 

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Different Types of Patio Covers: Which Is Right for You?

With patio covers, there are several factors to consider. If you need help choosing the best type of patio cover for you, use the list of considerations below as a guide.

  • How much money are you willing to spend? It’s always essential to work with a budget. Think of the patio cover as an investment that increases the value of your property.
  • What is the weather like in your region? If the climate is harsh, you’ll need a patio covering that is known for its durability, like a retractable awning. Additionally, high humidity can cause rust in metals or rotting in certain types of wood, so you’ll want to keep that in mind as well.
  • Which material appeals to you the most? What sort of sun protection and longevity are you looking for? How much maintenance are you willing to do? Some need to be cleaned with water weekly, while others may need new coats of paint every few years.
  • Time is a crucial factor. How many days of construction are you willing to put up with for a beautiful, long-lasting structure?
  • What is the square footage of the area you want covered? Do you want something adjustable like a solar screen or a retractable awning? If you desire control over light, heat, and circulation, either a solar screen or an awning will be for you.

Hopefully, you feel more equipped to decide what the best patio cover option is for you. If you still need the advice of a professional, please contact us or visit our showroom to view our sample displays.

 

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Common Patio Covering Materials

It’s hard to say for sure what the best patio cover materials are. Each has its own strengths. Let’s weigh the options.

  • Wood: There are a variety of wood types to choose from. Each wood has a distinct color, but wood needs resealing to prevent water-induced rotting or warping. Wood is ideal for constructing both patios and patio covers.
  • Aluminum: This material is low maintenance and very sturdy. Being lightweight, it can bend and even twist in turbulent weather conditions. Be aware that the metal is a heat conductor, so it can be hot to the touch.
  • Vinyl/Acrylic: The main perk of vinyl is that it’s both durable and low maintenance. It can last indefinitely with minimal visual flaws. The drawback is that it has limited variability in color. It’s primarily available in white, which needs to be power-washed at least once a year to maintain its color.
  • Fiberglass: If you want something that won’t rust (even in the harshest of environments), fiberglass is it. It is moisture-resistant and strong enough to build larger structures.

Attached patio or deck covers often need less support than those that are free-standing. Heftier material is better for structures that stand on their own.

 

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Beat the Heat This Summer With a Patio or Deck Cover From Asher Lasting Exteriors

From a chic pergola to a classic awning, there’s an option to fit your taste. If you’re feeling inspired and have some patio roof ideas swirling in your head, don’t delay the process any further. Call our team of professionals at Asher for anything from outdoor shade solutions to replacement doors and windows, gutter solutions, and more.

13 Exterior Window Trim Ideas to Beautify Your Home

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When planning a home, every detail counts. Exterior design is just as important as interior design. A home that is outfitted with the perfect exterior window trim makes all the difference. From PVC exterior window trim to stucco and vinyl window trims, the choice for window trim ideas is endless.

Exterior window trim is one aspect of design that often goes overlooked. It affects a home’s aesthetic continuity and character. To the delight of many homeowners, window trims serve both a functional and aesthetic purpose.

Choosing the correct type of trim is an important consideration when it comes to perfecting your dream home. In this guide, we will be looking at 13 distinctive window trim ideas and what to consider when choosing the right type of trim. For more inspiration on exterior home styles, explore our trends for exterior house colors and designs.

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Window Trim, Molding, Casing, Framing: What’s the difference? 

The following terms are used interchangeably by contractors and home professionals, but they have slight differences. We’ll have a closer look at these differences below.

  • Trim: The material used around windows and doors, or at floors and ceilings where they meet the wall.
  • Molding: More elaborate in style and detail, usually used as more of a decorative item, typically wider than trim.
  • Casing: The covering of the space between a window frame and the wall edge, typically thicker than trim.
  • Framing: The material used to frame the perimeter of doors or windows, typically a thinner style of trim.

Looking to update your home beyond the exterior window trim? Take a look at our guide to getting the most out of your home exterior by making five essential changes.

13 Examples of Stunning Exterior Window Trim Styles

There are many outside window trim ideas and options to get you excited and motivated to redesign your own home. From layered trims to farmhouse window trim, there are sure to be a few styles that spark your passion.

For more window design ideas, check out some of our other guides where we discuss modern window trends and the difference between bay and bow windows.

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Flat Trim

Flat trim is the most common type of trim found on new windows. This look is relatively contemporary, slim, and comes in everyday color schemes. This style of trim is for those who seek a clean finish to their home on a budget. Adding a decorative windowsill to this style is very popular. Overall, a great option to accentuate the lines of your house.

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Substantial Bold Trim

Bold trim exists to be seen. This powerful style comes in many colors and is usually used to create a contrast against a home’s siding. Substantial bold trim is a relatively inexpensive and simple option that gives depth and weight to the home’s exterior.

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Layered Trim

Layered trim is for those who want to show detail in their home. This is a very popular style that highlights the windows with a layered look, regardless of the other details on the exterior. Although it may be slightly more expensive than a simple trim, that layered look is worth it to many homeowners.

There are a number of layering styles within this design choice, so the ultimate outcome really just depends on the style of layering used. It is a fantastic option for any home and particularly complementary for homes with bay windows.

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Wood Trim Around Windows

Wooden trim produces a natural finish and looks great with white siding. This option requires maintenance as wood will tend to rot after being exposed to the elements. Measures can be taken to extend the life of wooden trim, such as priming and painting the wood.

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Colorful Exterior Window Trim

Colorful trims allow for a playful look. If being creative and whimsical are a part of your style, making your windows pop with color is a great way to express that part of yourself. This trim style uses different tonalities to give an artistic finish. This style may be slightly more expensive, depending on the color chosen. However, it is an exceptional way to give your home some vibrancy.

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Vinyl Window Trim

Vinyl trim is probably the most popular style. It has excellent heat and moisture resistance. This option is also generally quite sturdy. Unlike certain wood trims, you won’t have to worry about constantly replacing them. Vinyl looks amazing on modern homes and provides a clean finish. The only drawback: there are limited variations and colors available.

Another great option related to vinyl is PVC exterior window trim. Made from polyvinyl chloride in a honeycomb cellular structure, PVC is completely waterproof.

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Simple Window Trim

Simple trim is for those who want to add a subtle feature to the exterior of their home. This style tends to blend in with the home’s siding or is just a shade or two away. Some homeowners accompany simple trim with decorative shutters to give the windows a more finished look. Others with a more minimalistic style leave the simple trim as is.

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Modern Window Trim

Modern window trims fall in line with modern architecture: straight lines, edges, roofs, and big windows. Most homeowners love the modern look. This style typically matches the design of the house and is not contrasting or flashy. Using modern trim gives any home a contemporary feel. When it comes to choosing a color for modern trim, black window frames are a bold choice.

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Farmhouse Window Trim

The farmhouse window trim is known for being wide and precise. This style is very sturdy and has a clean finish – perfect for a home with wide dimensions and large windows. Although this is a traditional look, you can still personalize it to your modern style with some colorful shutters or window baskets.

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Composite Exterior Trim

Composite window trim is made from a mixture of fibers, resins, and wax. This option can be a good replacement for wooden trim. It cuts just the same and usually has a longer lifespan because it’s been painted and primed. This style of trim is eco-friendly because the fiber is made from recycled wood.

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Rustic Window Trim

Rustic window trim is another style that is a continuation of a home’s overall design. This trim suits rustic cottages and/or farmhouses where materials like wood are used, and the gain exposed. Because it gives off a natural feel, rustic window trim is perfect for homes that want to blend into the nature surrounding them.

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Foam Window Trim

Standard foam trim has a rectangular shape and gives a modern look to any home. More decorative foam styles have a distinct profile for architectural appearance. This option is good for those who want high durability and reliable exterior trim.

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Stucco Window Trim

Stucco trim is made from a styrofoam core covered with fiberglass mesh and coated with modified cement. This style has an expensive look but comes roughly a tenth of the price of ornate concrete trim. A fantastic option as the cement coating will keep out any moisture.

Exterior Window Trim Ideas: Popular Styles & Designs

Window trim is essential to the exterior of any home as it covers the edges of the window frame and siding. This helps to protect against harsh weather and seasonal extremes and ultimately extend the lifespan of your home.

Most people focus on interior window design for aesthetic purposes but overlook the importance of choosing the right functional exterior window design for their home. Regardless of the style and material chosen, the trim around the windows seamlessly defines and completes any exterior look.

What to Consider When Looking at Exterior Trim Options

There are three main factors bearing on the choice of exterior window casing. These include the exterior window trim style, color, and material. Getting these right will have a significant effect on the look of your home.

  • Exterior window trim style: The style of the exterior trim is imperative. This alone can determine the design of your home. Each style has recognizable features. Edges, angles, and shaping should all be taken into account. The most popular current trends are:
    • Vinyl trim
    • Stucco trim
    • Bold trim
    • Layered trim
    • Modern trim
  • Exterior window trim color: Some prefer monochrome exterior molding; others like to use color to complement their home. Whatever the approach, it is essential to keep the general tone in mind. Color tones can include:
    • Monochrome
    • Colorful (darker shades)
    • Colorful (lighter shades)
    • Wood (ebony, red oak, etc.)
  • Exterior window trim material: The material chosen for exterior molding usually coincides with the house’s overall style. Traditional examples are wood and vinyl trims, but more modern exterior window trim options are also available. Examples are:
    • Vinyl trim
    • Preservative-treated wood trim
    • Aluminum trim
    • Fiber Cement trim

Why Does Exterior Window Trim Matter?

Window trim is important for three reasons:

  • Feel
  • Aesthetics
  • Functionality

Whichever style is chosen, exterior window trim positively impacts the looks and longevity of any home. In addition, updating your window trim ensures your home is in tune with the latest design trends and styles.

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Curb Appeal

If you want your home to stand out and turn heads, choosing the right exterior window trim can help make this happen. To maximize your home’s curb appeal, look at window frame options and window molding ideas. Think about which styles would suit your preferences. A little creativity goes a long way when it comes to exterior design. With the help of this guide, you certainly won’t run out of ideas.

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Visual Contrast

Using different colors and angles will create contrast. This is easily added using exterior trim with different materials and colors. This combination will give your home a lovely dimension. Choosing the correct exterior trim calls for creativity. Test out multiple combinations before settling on one if you aren’t immediately sure. Black window frames are ideal for amplifying curbside contrast.

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Maintenance and Lifespan

Depending on what style you go with, window trim replacement may be required from time to time. This would mean trimming out a window, painting the exterior trim, or completely replacing exterior trim around windows. Most styles (besides wood trim) last for a long period of time.

Revamp Your Home’s Exterior With New Window Trim From Asher 

Exterior window trim makes a home more beautiful, and it also helps protect the structure from the elements. If you’re considering a window upgrade, call the experts at Asher Lasting Exteriors. From design to installation, we’ll be there for you with the highest quality materials and design advice to ensure your new windows and trim exceed your expectations.

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