What Value Do You Get From Replacement Windows?

December 25th, 2019 by

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Replacement windows can have a positive impact in many ways, adding value to your home through ambient ventilation, better insulation and improved aesthetics. In this post, Renewal by Andersen® of Portland explains the value you get from replacement windows and how they may even help your house sell faster.

An Updated Appearance

Installing new windows updates the appearance of your home and will improve it considerably cosmetically, especially if you’ve been living with old, worn-down windows. Depending on the style and color palette of your choosing, new windows can even improve the curb appeal of your property if they blend well with the rest of your exterior.

New Windows are Energy Efficient

Your new windows can boost the energy efficiency of your home quite a bit, but how well they do this depends on several factors, such as the R-value of the glass and the frame material. At Renewal by Andersen of Portland, all of our replacement windows are made from Fibrex®.

Fibrex is a composite material that boasts increased durability and resilience. It also blocks thermal transfer nearly 700 times better than aluminum. This helps reduce your heating and cooling bills and ensures that your home stays as energy efficient as possible, even during the most trying seasons.

A Turnkey Advantage

If you’re planning to sell your property in the near future, you know that most people prefer one that’s ready to move into and doesn’t require much work. Replacing old, worn-down windows is complex work, and is something that buyers won’t be keen on doing. By updating your windows, you give your house a turnkey advantage, making it more attractive to potential home buyers.

Renewal by Andersen of Portland will make sure your new replacement windows are properly installed so you can take advantage of all their benefits. Get in touch with us at (503) 465-8600 to learn more. We install replacement windows throughout Beaverton, Tigard, and West Linn, OR.