Would Your Home Benefit from a Window Update?

window updateHow long as it been since you replaced the windows in your home? It’s easy to get caught up focusing on more visibly noticeable projects like bathroom upgrades or kitchen renovations. Your windows, however, are an extremely important home remodeling element to consider. There are several significant benefits you can expect from a window update. Here are a few to help you determine if this kind of project is right for your home.

Lower Energy Bills

One of the primary benefits of a window update is a lower energy bill. Newer windows won’t have any gaps through which hot or cold air can enter your home. This reduces the strain on your heating and cooling systems.

No Drafts

Drafts result from small gaps between the window unit and the frame. If you’re plagued by drafts in your home, a window update should eliminate them completely.

Improved Soundproofing

Unless your home is situated in a rural area, you probably deal with loud sounds nearby. While a window update won’t be able to eliminate the sounds completely, it will make them less noticeable.

Simpler Cleaning

Newer windows are specifically designed to allow for easier cleaning. Have your contractor explain the cleaning process thoroughly after the installation is complete.

Ready to Schedule a Window Update With a Professional Contractor?

Is it time for a window update? If you think your home would benefit from a window replacement, don’t put off the project any longer. Contact a professional contractor at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Bellingham today for more details. We’ll be happy to walk you through the process. Visit our website to learn more about our company and the various services we offer. You can also call us at (360) 558–3171 to speak with a representative about scheduling an appointment. Don’t forget to ask about our free consultation offer when you call!

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