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Your weathered windows and dated doors could be costing you money Replacing windows and doors may seem like a costly endeavour, but not replacing them may actually prove to be more costly in the long run. On average, windows and doors should be replaced every 15 to 20 years; however, age is not the only indicator that it’s time to upgrade. Our Canadian elements, combined with wear and tear, can shorten that lifespan. Understanding when to upgrade Late spring, summer and early fall are ideal times to upgrade your windows and doors. This will help avoid the winter weather taking its toll on your windows and your energy bills. Not sure if it’s time? Start by assessing the look and feel of your windows and doors, their functionality and if they are meeting your home’s needs. A simple visual inspection of your windows and doors can spot damage, including cracks…