Replacing your windows can be a major home improvement investment. Certain styles like bay windows can even be more expensive than other more conventional replacement windows mainly because they involve modifying more of your home to make them fit. While the initial price tag may be overwhelming at first glance, it pays to consider that a window replacement ultimately saves you more money in the long run.
Here are some ways our Renewal by Andersen® of Seattle have seen replacement windows save homeowners money and add more value to their homes.
Windows and doors account for approximately 30% of a home’s annual energy losses. That’s a third of your energy costs gone to waste due to inefficient sliding, double-hung, or casement windows. You can cut these losses significantly by making sure that you replace your windows with more energy-efficient products. The earlier in the year you get this done, the more savings you can get. Once your old windows have reached the end of their life span, call your local window contractors and ask them about upgrades immediately.
Repairs and Maintenance
Older windows tend to need more frequent maintenance and repairs. Over time, the cost of these services can outweigh the cost of replacing your windows entirely. By getting new replacement windows, you’re not just saving money by being energy efficient, you’re also saving money from potentially expensive repairs.
A new window replacement can do wonders to boost the curb appeal of your home. If you’re looking to increase your home’s value without having to shell out for an expensive full exterior remodel, simply upgrading your doors and windows is a good way to get it done.
Learn more about how new replacement windows can save you money and benefit your home from our experts at Renewal by Andersen of Seattle. Give us a call at (206) 777-0954 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Seattle and other nearby areas.