It depends on where the wood rot is. If it is just the brick mold, then it can be repaired for not a lot of money and will last for years to come. If it is a part of the frame or the sash, then I would recommend replacing the entire window. The reason is any repair work you do would be temporary and you would end up spending more money in the long run. Contact us today and we can help you with all your window needs.
– Jerry Fleenor, Window & Door Expert at Bordner
I Have Wood Rot on the Outside of My Windows. Do I Have to Replace Them, or Can They Be Repaired?
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