When it comes to window replacement for your home, there are really three primary choices when it comes to types of windows. You can choose from wooden windows, aluminum windows, or vinyl insulated windows. Wooden windows and aluminum windows have some benefits, but overall the best choice for most homeowners is vinyl windows.
If you’re thinking about replacing the windows in your home you’ll get the best value from insulated vinyl windows. The cost of having insulated vinyl windows installed is an investment in your home that will get back in both the value of your home and the increased energy efficiency of your home. Better energy efficiency will save you money on both your heating and cooling bills.
If you’re on the fence about what type of windows you should have installed when you replace your home’s windows, think about these reasons why insulated vinyl windows are the best choice:
Wood windows may have an aesthetic appeal but they are not as durable as insulated vinyl windows. Wood windows need to be resealed and painted on a regular basis. Also, if the wood gets wet it can warp, chip, and crack.
Replacing windows is a time intensive and expensive process, so when you do replace the windows in your home you should replace them with windows that will last for at least 20 years. Vinyl insulated windows will last the longest and they don’t require constant maintenance and upkeep the way wooden windows do.
If you really love the look of wooden windows but want the benefits of vinyl windows you can choose vinyl windows that have a wood grain look finish. That way you can get the look you love with the added benefits of vinyl.
Vinyl insulated windows are much more energy efficient than wood or aluminum windows. Insulated vinyl windows will give you the kind of energy efficiency you need to prevent drafts and dramatically lower your energy bills. The extra insulation will keep your windows fitting snugly into the frames and seal off any small cracks or openings that would let air through.
Replacing your windows with more energy efficient windows might also qualify you for additional tax breaks and incentives. Be sure to ask your professional window installer about any possible rebates, credits, or other financial incentives.
If you have noticed that the summers are getting hotter and the winters are getting colder, you’ve probably realized that those extreme temperatures can take quite a toll on your home. The more extreme the temperatures are, the more pressure is put on the windows in your home.
Extreme cold temperatures can cause wood to crack and warp. If any water gets into wooden window frames or sills and freezes, it will expand and cause the wood to rot and crack. Extreme heat in the summer can also do significant damage to both aluminum and wooden windows.
Vinyl windows are unaffected by extreme temperature changes and will keep working efficiently. They will protect your home no matter what the temperature is or what the weather is doing outside.
Another reason why you should invest in vinyl insulated windows is that they’ll retain their value over time. When you replace the windows in your home you want to be sure that replacing them will add value to your home and that the windows will hold their value over time.
Because wooden windows break down over time they are not a great choice for homeowners that want to increase the value of their home. Sturdy and durable vinyl insulated windows will retain their value and keep working the way they’re supposed to for decades. So if you are looking at replacing your windows as a way to add more value to your home, installing insulated vinyl windows is a smart choice.
Vinyl insulated windows are the best choice when you want the windows that are installed in your home to last for decades. Vinyl insulated windows are practically maintenance free and will last for twenty years or more with normal use.
If you’re planning on selling your home in the near future, having newly replaced windows is something that buyers will love. The last thing buyers want to do is purchase a home where they are going to have to replace the windows right away.
If you can show that you have installed new vinyl windows in the home, it will greatly increase the number of buyers that are interested in the home. If you have an older home, replacing the windows with a vinyl style is one of the best improvements that you can make.
Vinyl insulated windows are an affordable choice and that’s important when you’re replacing all of the windows in your home. If you have a home that has a lot of windows and multiple stories, the cost of replacing windows can add up quickly.
Homeowners want a mix of affordability and durability and vinyl insulated windows are the best choice. They’re affordable on almost any budget and will help lower your monthly heating and cooling costs too.
Aluminum windows may have a cheaper upfront cost, but when you factor in the cost of maintenance and the energy savings that come with vinyl windows it’s worth it to pay a slightly higher upfront cost for vinyl windows.
When it comes to home improvement and maintenance, the value of the overall improvement matters just as much as the price does. When you choose vinyl windows that are energy efficient there are often deals and incentives that can make the price of the windows and installation lower.
When it’s finally time to replace vinyl insulated windows, the windows can be recycled so that they have a lower environmental impact rather than wooden or aluminum windows, which aren’t recyclable. Keeping your home energy efficient is also better for the environment because your home will use fewer resources to stay at a comfortable temperature all year long.
If you’re worried about the environmental impact that your home improvement choices make and you want to lower your home’s energy usage footprint installing vinyl windows is the choice.
When it’s time to replace the windows in your home you should look at all of the different factors that make up the value of windows. The price of the windows and installation is only part of the overall value of replacement windows.
Spending a little more money on vinyl insulated windows will get you the biggest return on your financial investment. You will increase the value of your home, protect your home, and lower your heating and cooling costs for the time that you live in the home. When you look at all of those things combined it’s easy to say that vinyl insulated windows are the best choice for your home.
If you’re looking for a window replacement, Feldco has great quality vinyl windows at a competitive price. Feldco offers many color and style options to match and complete your home. Speak to a product specialist and get a free quote today or call 866-4FELDCO. See why customers trust Feldco for their quality products and professional installation.