Whole Home Window Replacement in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, NC, and the Surrounding Areas
To Replace them One at a Time, or All at Once? That is the Question!
You may think the windows in your Raleigh, Durham, Cary, NC, and the surrounding area home are just fine, but how old are they?
If your windows are more than 15 years old, they are likely ready for replacement due to age and not having as much insulating power as new, modern windows. This is also a great time to change up your windows with new features, such as having your double-hung windows have a tilt-in feature for easy cleaning from the indoors any time of the year.
Windows less than 15 years old may also need to be replaced if they do not provide sufficient energy efficiency, noise reduction, or impact resistance.
Not sure if you should replace all the windows in your whole home? Read on or contact our window replacement company today to learn more.
Why Replace All the Windows in Your Home?
When your home was first built, all of the windows in your home were installed at the same time. This means that all of your windows were made of the same methods and materials. When you are updating your windows you should plan to replace all of your windows in your home so they are the same in methods of construction and materials. The longer you leave old windows in your home, the more likely it is that you will experience damage to your home and you won’t have the energy efficiency that you could have.
This doesn’t mean that you have to do it all in the same weekend, but when you make the decision to replace your windows, you should plan to replace all of them.
This can happen in stages, such as doing the main level first, then coming back to finish the upper level later. You can even do it room by room as time and finances allow you to replace them. In some cases, while replacing windows other upgrades could also be happening and you want to finish those items, including the windows, before moving on to other rooms in the home.
Replacement Windows for the Whole Home
When you really enjoy your home and plan to stay in the home long-term, you’ll want to invest in it. That way, you can enjoy your home for decades more, or leave it in a better condition for future generations. Think of new windows for the whole home as a remodeling project, because it really is. You are updating an aspect of your home – the windows – to be more functional in a number of ways, including increased energy efficiency.
Homeowners in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, NC, and the surrounding areas can be confident when they work with HomeCraft Windows that they will receive the best windows and installation. Contact us today to learn more.