If you are attempting a whole home renovation, there is a certain order that works well for home improvement projects. You are usually supposed to tackle all plumbing, HVAC, and electrical jobs, followed by flooring, cabinets, and appliances. However, not everyone follows the recommended steps, and some people simply can’t do it because of budget concerns. It often happens that after having done other things, homeowners leave the window replacement undone and eventually decide to wait for another time. Suppose this scenario looks similar, then read on. We’ll share a few tips that will help you still get your window replacement done:
Choose Window Replacement Company Carefully
If you’ve already renovated the kitchen, painted the other rooms, and installed new lighting fixtures, the last thing you want is for careless installers to undo the things you’ve done. When you interview various window replacement companies, ask about their installation crews, how long they’ve been on the job, and what their processes are. Installers should be able to get the job done with as little mess as possible and without disturbing other parts of your home. There could be some demolition dust and other things to clean up, but your renovations should be safe with the right replacement window installers.
Look at All the Benefits Your Get with Replacement Windows
While you may not find the ideal time for window replacement, think about all of the benefits you’ll get from the project. Since the windows will let in more natural light, you’ll be able to enjoy the beauty of your newly renovated house more. With more light, you will be able to see and appreciate the hard work you’ve done to the inside of the home much better. The rooms will look larger and more welcoming. You’ll be able to easily ventilate the spaces on a nice day, and you’ll have more energy efficiency as well. In the end, there is no bad timing for a window replacement project. You’ll see benefits immediately, and you’ll be glad you replaced your windows.
Enjoy The Savings with Replacement Windows
Once you have new replacement windows put in, you’ll start to see savings on your energy bills. If you have waited for window replacement until you had the budget to afford it, those savings alone can make it worth it. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, energy-efficient windows offer significant savings, keeping an additional $126-465 per year in your pocket, depending on your region, when replacing single pane windows. They also increase the value of your house, and with that, the replacement windows offer a significant return on investment. You can recoup around 70 to 80 percent of your initial replacement window costs on your home’s market value.
When you’re ready for window replacement, the professionals at California Energy Contractors are here to help. Give us a call at (855) 779-1413 to get the information you need to get started on the process. We want to walk you through everything step by step so you can make the best decisions possible for your home. We’re here to make sure you’re completely happy with the outcome of your window replacement project.