If you are considering taking a major home improvement project, remember that you want to think about more than just one project. You want to think about how it is going to fit in with other aspects of your home. For example, you wouldn’t want to install solar panels to reduce your energy needs without also adding insulation to make your home more efficient.
Read on to learn about some of the projects that we recommend you do not take on if you have older windows. If you would like a quote for new window installation, contact Progressive Insulation & Windows at (800) 500-6200 for a free estimate.
New Siding May Require New Windows
If you paint the siding on your home or replace it altogether, it can have a huge impact on what your home looks like. It can give your home a fresh, beautiful look – but if you have older, saggy windows, they will become much more obvious. They may look okay now when they are compared to older siding, but how will they look when right up against clean, beautiful siding?
A New Deck Addition May Require New Windows
Adding a deck to your home is a great way to not only give your family some outdoor living space to enjoy, but it can also help improve the curb appeal of your home. As is true of the siding, if you have older windows, a beautiful new deck is not only going to make your windows look even older, but those windows may prevent your deck from looking its best too. You will also find that new windows help you ventilate your deck and the area around it.
Do Not Renovate a Room without Considering the Windows
If you are planning a major renovation in a room in your home, you may get caught up thinking about the flooring, the color of the paint on the walls, and the furniture you will use. We urge you not to forget that your windows will be part of the décor too. You might even find that adding a new type or size of window can help the room look brighter, lighter, and more beautiful.
New Windows and New Entry Doors Go Together
You should think of your front entry door as the focal point of your home. How beautiful it is – or isn’t – could make or break how much you like your home. If you have installed a new door, it should either be the same color as your windows or they should complement each other.
If you are curious to know how much it would cost to add new windows to your home improvement project, contact Progressive Insulation & Windows at (800) 500-6200 to request a free estimate.