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Construction Building Materials Helps Clients Replace Their Windows


Bristol, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/16/2017 -- For over 50 years, Construction Building Materials has been replacing windows in Bucks County, PA, and the surrounding areas. Those that are looking for perfect windows for their next home improvement project don't have to look any further than this reliable company, which is ready to help anyone that is looking for window replacement services in Bensalem, PA.

The summer is starting to wind down, which means that windows have been getting a lot of use. It is time for homeowners to start thinking about if they need new windows or not, and there are five signs to consider when trying to decide. The first element to look for is damaged hinges. Hinges wear out due to constant use, and a broken down hinge can affect opening and closing a window.

Cracked windows are the major issue to look out for since even small hairline fractures can create problems. These are a warning sign that windows are getting older. The next thing to look out for is a rising energy bill. If a property owner's bill is going up, the odds are that the seals of the windows are starting to fail. When this happens, their HVAC system will have to work harder, which leads to more expensive bills.

Another sign of that an owner may need new windows is termite damage. This damage can eat away at wooden windows, regardless of their age. On top of calling pest control to handle the issue, new windows are also an option.

The last sign that a customer needs new windows is if they are noticing more noise from outside. Older windows allow more air to flow inside, and that brings more noise with it. This can become stressful for homeowners that live in busy neighborhoods.

Homeowners that need replacement windows in Princeton, NJ and the surrounding areas are encouraged to contact Custom Building Materials for more information.

About Construction Building Materials
In 1946, one of the oldest businesses in Bucks County, PA, was purchased by Peter Cattani, Nicholas Listorti, Gugliermo "Butch" Cattani, Angelo Quattrocchi and Joseph Quaranta. As a team, the group transformed what was once a coal yard into a building material supplier and fuel oil business. Construction Building Materials was later expanded to include a location in Oakford, PA. For many years, builders, remodelers, commercial businesses and government agencies have relied on the supplier to provide them with superb service and high-quality products. As an independent hardware retailer, they supply hand tools, housewares, paint, power tools, garden equipment, electrical hardware, heaters, air conditioners, sporting goods and more.