I just want to thank John Juzyniec from 604-FIX-LEAK and Linda from Aviva Insurance for ensuring that our basement is liveable before Christmas Eve.
There are many fun home improvement projects that you can do yourself and feel proud of the results. But there are some projects which present too many risks to do on your own. Unless you’re experienced at roofing, you’re not going to go up on your roof and fix the shingles. And unless you know how to seal leaking windows, you’ll probably miss something that a pro won’t.
A Proper Seal
Air leaks cost you money through increased heating and cooling costs. You want your home to be energy efficient, so you think you’ll seal any leaks yourself. The problem is that both air and water leaks around a window aren’t always simple to detect and fix. Creating a complete seal is best done by professionals.
Time and Money
A lot of people undertake DIY projects because they want to save some cash. Hiring a professional to fix a leaky window will pay for itself many times over. If you don’t do a complete job, you’ll have wasted a lot of time and you’ll still have a leak. You risk further damage and bigger repair jobs in the future.
A professional will come into your home and fix any leaky windows completely, saving you money in the long run by making your home secure and efficient. They will have tools and equipment that make the job easier, more accurate, and faster than if you do it yourself. Finding the source of the leak and replacing and repairing the window seems like it may be simple, but if done improperly the real source will be left unfixed and further damage could occur.
Hiring a professional will cost more up front, but the long term benefits and savings from a job well done are worth the price. You’ll be able to rest assured that your window leak is truly fixed.
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