Even closed windows let some air in, but if there’s a noticeable draft coming from a window, then that’s a bad sign. Windows often develop drafts over time because of various factors. For example, wooden windows can become warped the longer they are exposed to moisture. This warping can end up causing gaps in the frame that will let in the air. It may seem like a slight inconvenience but a draft can seriously disrupt the temperature inside your home, which compels your HVAC system to start working harder. This situation often leads to an uncomfortable house and higher energy bills.
Though it is possible to apply weather stripping as a stopgap measure against drafts, a full window replacement is possibly your best choice. Not to worry though; reliable Surrey glass repair services like M&M Glass can do window replacements too.