After a recent tropical storm pushed water into our windows from horizontal rain, our wife was sold on the window update idea
My wife and I make joint decisions on everything. Unless it’s a small purchase, I don’t spend hundreds of dollars without talking to our wife about it first. My sibling just obtained a motorcycle and it caused his wife to leave for a month because she had explicitly told him that they needed the money for a vehicle they could both use. After telling him that he made a mistake, our sibling sold his motorcycle and begged his wife to come back. It’s that sort of behavior that destroys a good relationship. When I wanted to get a new printer after the outdated 1 stopped working, I spoke to our wife about our budget and what device the two of us should get. It’s no peculiar with the window update that I’ve been researching lately. Our home has the outdated school crank windows that are notoriously troublesome. Aside from being prone to locking and getting stuck, they’re also poor at insulating the home from the elements outside. Cold indoor air will leak outside, while boiling outdoor air will leak inside. Since our electric bills have been so high, I told our wife that it would be in our best interest to update the windows. After a recent tropical storm pushed water into our windows from horizontal rain, our wife was sold on the window update idea. The is working too much just to maintain our rapidly decreasing temperatures inside with windows that are consistently leaking. Finding a reputable window contractor that doesn’t charge through the roof was a much harder process than decreasing our wife’s mind.