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5 Reasons Why Replacing Windows is a Good Investment

More than likely, your home will be the single biggest investment of your life. Which means you should give it plenty of love and attention.

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One of the best ways you can do this is to install new, high-quality windows. Not only will this spruce up the overall aesthetic of your home, it will also pay strong dividends to the value of your home and energy savings.

Let’s take a closer look at what new windows can actually do for you and the five reasons why they are a good investment choice.

1. Energy Savings

It probably won’t surprise you that one of the biggest factors in your utility bill is maintaining the air quality of your home. 

In the winter, the gas bill skyrockets and in the summer months your electric bill goes through the roof. Either way, you can clearly see that it takes a whole lot of power and energy to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home.

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Every single crack and opening into your home acts like a siphon – sucking away your treated air and your hard earned money.

This is the primary reason why investing in new windows is such a great idea. Modern windows are built to maximize your energy conservation and ensure that the treated air in your home stays where it’s supposed to while blocking the outside air from entering.

If this catches your eye then you should definitely take a look at double-paned windows – they take these savings to the next level!

2. Increase Security When You Replace Your Windows

Your family’s safety should be your highest priority. You want to rest easy at night having full confidence that your loved ones are secure and protected from harm. New windows can go a long way towards giving you that peace of mind.

Would-be home invaders are savvy and know what to look for. When they are out on the prowl they are looking for signs of easy access to your home – old windows with cracked paint and worn structure are one of the most prominent of these signs.

And then there’s the risk of an emergency within your home. If your home ever catches fire, you want to ensure that all paths of escape are clear and open; your windows need to open and close properly.

So don’t risk it – invest in the security of new windows.

3. Invest in Your Home Value and Curb Appeal

Your house is a home, but it’s also a huge investment. In all likelihood, it’s the biggest investment you’ll ever undertake. And like any other investment, you want to tend it well and see that you get the best possible return off of it.

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Installing new, modern windows will help you accomplish this.

Potential buyers know what they’re looking for and they understand the benefits that new windows can bring to a home. More than that, their agents are going to understand their value and advise their clients of such.

So if you’re looking for an efficient, powerful way to boost up your home’s value, then get those windows replaced.

But, maybe you’re in your dream home – or you just don’t see yourself moving any time soon. New windows are still a great addition to your home for the sake of their beauty and aesthetic appeal.

Replacing your windows instantly gives the exterior of your house a great face lift. Gone is the chipped paint and dry-rotting wood and now you have elegant, sleek lines of new windows.

4. Noise Reduction

Gaps in the sealing of your home allow the entry of air. And air brings waves of unwanted sound. Old, ineffective windows are notorious for this – they make it feel like your entire neighborhood is sitting there in your living room enjoying your flat screen with you.

But you don’t have to continue enduring these intrusive noises – you can replace your windows.

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Along with providing you with energy savings, the superior insulating properties of modern windows serve as an excellent barrier for all those undesirable ambient sounds.

And if you live near high-output noise areas, such as airports or freeways or demolition derbies, there are ultra-insulated window options available so that you can ensure your home remains your place of serenity and peace.

5. Warranties

This may just be one of the most overlooked benefits of having your windows replaced – but it really is a complete game-changer.

Most contemporary replacement windows come with fairly extensive and prolonged warranties. The industry standard is that the wooden portions of your window are covered for up to ten years, and that the glass is covered up to twenty years. That’s a full decade at minimum.

That, my friends, is one less thing you have to worry about for years and years.

Oh, and did we mention vinyl? Vinyl windows usually come with a full-on lifetime warranty.

Reap the Benefits

In replacing your windows you don’t just get one benefit – you get at least five. And the energy savings really make this a compounding benefit. New windows will dramatically impact your monthly power bill which means that the return on your investment keeps rolling in month after month after month. 

That’s the immediate and ongoing payback, but you also have the back-end benefit of your home’s resale value being bolstered; more cash in your wallet while you’re living there and more zeros on the check whenever you go to sell.

When the time comes for replacing your windows, there’s no better option than Feldco for homeowners in the Midwest. With over 400,000 homeowners served over the last 4 decades, we strive to provide you with the absolute best products and customer service.

Invest in replacement windows today by starting with a free quote online from Feldco.

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