Tips for Regular Window Maintenance

Updated: Mar 14

Damaged Parts:


Attend to any cracks, holes, and splinters in the window promptly. The longer you to take to address damaged areas, the more the window will deteriorate. Once you identify the rotted sections in wooden windows, use a screwdriver to clean out the bad wood and then fill the cracks and holes with epoxy putty. Use several layers for the best results. Once the putty dries, smooth the area with sandpaper and then apply primer and paint.

Like damaged frames, cracked or broken glass requires your immediate attention. Repair or replace your windowpane quickly to secure your home and prevents accidental cuts by the broken glass.

Regular window maintenance will keep your home looking good. Not only that, but it will help you save on energy costs!


For professional help, please contact Wood Windows and Doors:


info@woodwindowsndoors.com www.woodwindowsndoors.com 510 363-3242











18 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All