Your home windows will need to be maintained and replaced just like any significant home component. Be sure to monitor your windows and maintain them in the following manner.
Start by assessing their quality. On cold or rainy days see if the windows let in drafts of cold air or allow for small amounts of rain to seep in. If so then you may want to add a caulk layer to seal the spaces letting these outside forces to seep in. If this is not sufficient then you may want to have your windows replaced.
Next, you should see what windows are appropriate for your local climate and area. Places like Arizona have many microclimates and there is no one easy solution for all families. See what is preferable for your area and see if your windows are optimal. If they aren’t then you may want to replace them for the added efficiency in your home heating and cooling costs.
Finally, consider concentrating on more significant upgrades for windows with more exposure to sun or wind blasts depending on your home’s location. If you are susceptible to western storms you are better off having better windows installed on this side of your home by JBS Roofing Phoenix.