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Five Great Benefits Of Newly Installed Windows

When was the last time you thought about installing new windows for your home? Better yet, when was the last time paid close attention to them? Have you ever noticed them at all?


Do yourself a favor, take a walk through your house, stop by every window in every room, and inspect the windows.


Test The Window Frames Quality

How does your window frames feel? Soft to the touch? Softness is a sign of possible window rot and fungus caused by a water leak. Which we all know pose a significant health risk for you and your family. If the paint is peeling off or the wood is decaying, your windows are screaming for some TLC.


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Investigate The Condition Of Your Windows

Is there a window chip somewhere? Weather conditions usually cause window chips or tree branches, and sometimes even birds.


Sure, a window chip doesn't seem that bad at first glance, and you probably think 'it is not that big a deal.' However, think of your car's windscreen, and what happens if window chips are not attended to for too long? It cracks.


Unnecessary Drafts Or Hot Spots

Are you noticing a slight cold draft in one of the rooms, even when the window is closed, or maybe a hot spot here and there? This can be because the windows are not sealing as they should, or they were incorrectly installed, to begin with. A draft causes the room and house temperature to fluctuate frequently, which can be very uncomfortable for everyone inside.


Sure, replacing all of your home's windows at once can be a costly exercise. But it doesn't have to be! Whether you are on a tight budget or not, doing one window installation at a time is undoubtedly the best way to go! Rather start somewhere than wait for a disaster to strike.


Here are Five Great Benefits That Newly Installed Windows Can Do For Your Home.


1. Enhanced security and safety of your home

Older or worn-out windows can sometimes be a struggle to open or even close; this can be a massive problem in case of an emergency. For example, if a fire breaks out and you need to escape, or you close your window, but it is not sealed correctly, increasing the risk of someone entering your home uninvited. As a bonus, newer windows also have improved security options such as state-of-the-art security sensors and locking systems, making your home more safe and secure for you and your family.


2. Minimized dust and sinuses

Are you or a member of your family allergic to dust and are prone to having sinus problems just by breathing? Windows installed by an expert in the field will make sure that your new babies are sealed up nice and tight. Not only will the new windows lessen the possibility of sinuses and a cloggy nose, but dust will also not have an easy way of entering your home. That is, if they are closed.


3. External Noise Reduction

Can you hear cars and motorbikes coming from down the street or the dogs barking from across the neighborhood?

The outside world is already noisy enough; your house shouldn't be. Besides, the last thing you want is for your kids not to be able to take a nap or your family to struggle to get some rest at night. Your new windows will help mitigate that problem!


4. Increased curb appeal

By installing new windows, not only does the improvement do wonders for the interior of your home, allowing more natural light and elegance to enter. But this upgrade will unquestionably magnify the curb appeal of your house, ensuring that your home is more attractive to the outside eyes.


5. Increase The Value Of Your House

According to most real estate agents, new window installations are consistently listed as one of the top 10 home improvements. By only replacing your windows will undoubtedly increase your home resale value.


Studies also show that new windows can last from about 20 - 25 years! So, you don't have to worry about them for quite some time as soon as the new ones are installed.


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There you have it. Whether this house is your forever home or just a stepping stone, upgrading your windows will benefit you in various ways! A home is not just a building with walls and a roof; a home is where memories are built. It is your sanctuary, your kids' comfort zone, and your safe space. It is a place where you do not have to pretend and allows you to just be with your loved ones.