Windows are your view to the outside world. However, over time they can break down and cause you to lose money. Replacing your existing windows with ones that contain Low-E glass can save you money in heating & cooling costs: according to Energy.gov, the average homeowner can save anywhere between 5% – 30% on energy efficiency upgrades such as windows. You may also be eligible for a tax credit totaling up to $1500! Combined, this may make your window replacement cost an investment rather than just another repair.
Not completely sure if it’s time to replace your windows? Besides the obvious cracks, there are other, more subtle signs that indicate it’s time to replace windows. Read this post about the top warning signs that it is time for new windows.
Which windows are best for my home?
Are you doing research on which windows are right for you? Although window replacements are often thought of as an aesthetic change, installing new windows can have a dramatic impact on the functionality of your home. There are many things to consider when taking on a home window repair.
At times, choosing between a wooden window frame and a vinyl window frame can be more than just judging which window frame compliments your home better. When choosing new windows, you should consider your location, typical climate, and potential natural disasters. Visit our Learning Center to learn more about which windows are best for your home.
Do you have questions about window replacements or window installations? Give us a call and we can answer any questions you may have!