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The Beauty And Value Of Replacement Windows

Your home is your sanctuary. A place where you can relax and be yourself. You take great care to arrange the furniture just so, to decorate, and fill it with beauty. The exterior of your home should be no different. It should reflect the beauty and comfort within.
Replacement windows can improve the look and feel of your home, both inside and out. But they can also help put more money in your pocket.

Reduce Energy Costs

Windows are an important part of energy efficiency. In the summer, they help to keep the heat out and in the winter, they help to keep out the cold. However, drafty, inefficient windows can increase your energy costs by 10%-20%, according to Energy.gov. Replacing windows throughout your home will help you save on your heating and cooling costs.

Increase Comfort

The windows in your home can largely affect your comfort level. If it’s too hot in the summer, and your air conditioner is having to work overtime, it may be due to solar heat gain. Likewise, if your home is too cold in the winter. Solar heat gain heats your home through the radiation of the sun. Without the right windows, your home may be absorbing too much or too little.

Home Value

Replacement windows can also boost a home’s re-sale value. When considering replacement windows, consider style to increase curb appeal, in addition to functionality. Many buyers know the value of good windows and will appreciate energy-efficient, beautiful new glass.

New windows are a great investment and can really show off your home’s personality. If you have been considering replacing your windows, but you’re still unsure about the savings, let us visit you for a free inhome consultation and get you a free price that is good for a full 12 months!

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