There are so many overlooked resale benefits to replacing your Philadelphia area home windows and doors it’s hard to fit it all in one place. We have designed this section of our website to try and help you break down three main categories of replacement benefits to you and your home. Below we have listed out the best home resale reasons to replace your windows and doors.

Increase Curb Appeal

Changing out your windows or doors can make an immediate and stunning impact on your home’s exterior. Our vast selection of windows and doors offer you options that compliment either a contemporary or traditional style home.

Resale Value

More home buyers are paying closer attention to the condition of the exterior envelope of a home. The energy efficiency of your home is becoming just as important as the layout of the kitchen or the comfort of the master bedroom, for example. With energy prices continuing to soar, home buyers are factoring in the quality of the windows and doors in their buying decisions. As competition rises for home seekers, improving your home’s exterior envelope by  upgrading to an Energy Star window can help separate your home from others on the market.

Good for the Environment

Whether you believe in the greenhouse effect or not, or believe that our environment is heading towards a disastrous outcome, replacing your inefficient windows and doors has a positive effect on our earth. When you can use less energy to heat and cool your home, it means you’re tapping less into our natural resources and reducing the processing of those resources that often cause harm to our environment. This is a great resale point to be able to say the house is more environmentally friendly.

Return on Investment (ROI)

What is the return on my investment for upgrading my windows and doors? This is a question that is frequently asked by our clients. Several sources indicate that the return on investment can range from 80% to 90% and many reports show that window replacement ranks in the top 5 for highest return on investment projects.

A verison of this article was originially published by LakeWashingtonWindows.com