The windows in your home not only provide natural light and airflow, but they also protect your home and enhance its appearance, inside and out. However, like your roof, siding, and other parts of your home, you will need to replace your windows at some point.
There are many reasons why you might need or want to replace your windows. Whether you want to reduce your energy bills, make your home more comfortable, or even boost its curb appeal for a future sale, new windows can revitalize your home.
Advances in technology and the materials used to make windows have increased their effect on energy efficiency. New windows are tightly sealed and use special materials to block sunlight and drafts to ensure your home stays comfortable no matter the season. Modern, energy efficient windows keep your cool air in during the summer and your warm air in during the winter, helping to reduce your energy bills while also keeping your family comfortable inside.
Your windows need to be secure to reduce your risk of breaking and entering. For example, a burglar may look for older windows that are warped or in disrepair as an easy entry point. Similarly, cracks in the glass or corrosion on metal or wooden frames indicate that it would be simple to break the window and enter your home.
In addition to keeping strangers out, old windows can also pose a safety risk to your family. For example, if your windows no longer stay open on their own, you may need to prop them open precariously. If you have a child or pet that accidentally jostles your book or another object that’s holding your window open, it could slam shut on them causing a severe injury.
New windows have advanced locking mechanisms that provide security for your home and family. They stay open without props allowing fresh air to circulate through your home without creating a potential hazard.
Whether you’re undertaking a whole home renovation project or just want to freshen up the appearance of your home, new windows rejuvenate the appearance of your home. You can choose from a wide range of window varieties from sash windows to picture or bay windows. You can select window frame colors and shapes that complement the look of your home.
Over time, your windows succumb to wear and tear, which can damage their appearance and function. Some common problems with windows include:
If your windows have seen better days and your home and family are suffering from the side effects of drafty, leaky windows such as mold, rattling, and insect intrusions, contact the Trusted Vets to learn about your options to update and replace your windows.
If you’re thinking about selling your home soon or sometime in the future, new, energy efficient windows are a great way to increase the curb appeal of your home and entice potential buyers. Windows are critical to keeping your home comfortable and lowering your energy bills for both your family and future owners of your home.
If you’re thinking about replacing the windows in your home, contact the Trusted Vets. They offer a wide range of window styles and brands and provide reliable installation services. The team treats your home as if it were their own, making sure that your windows are installed correctly and look beautiful, as well as cleaning up after themselves. In fact, they tidy up so well that you would never know that they were in your home, except for your new windows, lowered energy bills, and increased security.
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