While we wouldn’t go so far as to say that replacement windows will end up paying for themselves (after all, a single window can cost between $300 to $700 to replace), we are certain that you will indeed end up saving money by upgrading your outdated windows. This is because outdated windows account for up to 30 percent of heating and cooling energy loss according to a recent study. But aside from saving on your utility bills, here are more ways you can end up saving money by making the switch to high-performance, energy-efficient windows.
Lower Maintenance Costs
Generally speaking, older windows will need a lot more care than modern ones. In fact, most modern windows that are produced today are marketed as low maintenance. This means that you can actually save hundreds of dollars on repairs in the long run.
Even affordable replacement windows are much easier to maintain because they are made with modern materials and are engineered better, keeping breakdowns to a minimum. If something does go wrong, most new windows are backed by a lifetime warranty as well as a team of professionals that can service and repair your windows at little to no cost.
Return on Investment
A whole-home window replacement is one of the best exterior home improvement projects to undertake, not just because of the increased curb appeal, but also because it offers a great return on your investment. In fact, vinyl window replacement offers a 72 percent return on investment when it comes time to sell your home. Even if you aren’t really thinking about putting your house on the market anytime in the near future, it is never a bad idea to boost your home’s overall value.
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