Installing Replacement Windows
Measure, insulate, and caulk. Do it right, and cut your energy bill by 25%.
Replacing the windows in your house can be a daunting prospect, but if the new windows are installed properly, you could save a chunk of money on your heating and cooling bills. Builder and remodeling contractor Mike Guertin offers his advice on the best way to install new windows, emphasizing the importance of properly measuring the opening so that the new window will fit properly. He then outlines the procedure for removing the old window, insulating and caulking, and then installing the new window.