At Progressive Insulation & Windows we regularly work with clients who are not 100% sure that it is time to replace their windows. We understand this. After all, replacing your windows can be a big investment. It is an investment that often pays for itself in just a few years but it does require an investment none the less.
When we come out for a consultation, we always give our honest advice. If we believe that your windows are no longer working well for you then we will tell you that. If we believe that your windows have a few years yet, we will tell you that too. Contact us at (800) 500-6200 to set up an appointment but in the meantime, ask yourself the following questions and know that if you say “yes,” it may be time to replace your windows.
Do You Prioritize Being Comfortable?
Do You Want to Lower Your Utility Bills?
Do You Want to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal?
Do You Want to Keep Your Home Well Maintained?
Of course, everyone likes to be comfortable in their own home, which is why all homeowners with older windows should seriously consider replacing their windows. Your home should be a cozy spot where you feel safe and secure. On the other hand, if your windows are letting cold air in on cold days and hot air in on hot days, it will be hard to get your home at a comfortable temperature.
You may be surprised by just how much energy is wasted through inefficient windows. In fact, when we do our free energy audit, you will quickly discover just how much money is literally going out your windows. If you want to do your part to help reduce your carbon footprint, and you want lower utility bills in the process, then new windows are a great idea.
Go stand on your front sidewalk and look at your home. Do your windows help or hurt your home’s curb appeal? When a homeowner wants to improve the look of their home, they often think of things like painting their home, or getting new siding. They may focus on landscaping or hardscaping when simply replacing the windows could have provided exactly what they needed.
Have you ever driven by a home that’s in bad repair and thought, “How did they let it get that way?” The answer is that they let it get that way one problem at a time – it did not happen overnight. In order to ensure your home is always in good shape, you should take care of your home before major problems arise. Replacing your windows is a great example of doing this.