There are times when it’s obvious your windows need replacing. If you’ve got broken, damaged or visibly aging windows, it’s clearly time for a window replacement. But what many homeowners don’t realize is that your windows can still appear to be fine but benefit from replacement. In fact, replacing your home’s windows can end up saving you significantly in the long run.


At Anderson Exteriors in Ramsey, our experienced window contractors understand better than anyone the value of window replacement. In this post, we’ll talk about how replacing your home’s windows can end up saving you money.


1.      Boost Your Curb Appeal

Replacing the windows on your home is one of the fastest and easiest ways to increase the appearance of your home. This, in turn, increases your home’s overall value.


This is particularly true for homes with broken window panes, which can negatively impact the appearance of a home from a buyer’s perspective. If you’re considering placing your home on the market in the future, replacing your windows is a must.


2.      Protect Your Property

Breaking and entering costs homeowners in terms of lost property and damaged windows. When criminals are looking for breaking and entering targets, they’re looking for homes that can be infiltrated without much effort.


If there are several homes on a block, a criminal will typically choose the one with the most easily broken windows. When your windows are aging and flimsy or have broken or rotting frames, they can be easily forced open. This makes them a prime target for burglars. Replacing older windows can also protect those inside your home.


3.      Keep Your Energy Costs Down

The windows of today boast far superior engineering to those installed decades ago. Today’s windows use features like gas-filled multiple panes of glass to provide high levels of insulation. They’re also much more tightly constructed, which restricts the flow of air and limits heat transfer. All of this adds up to savings on your monthly energy bills that can add up over time.


4.      Protect Your HVAC Equipment

In the extreme temperatures of winter and summer, your HVAC unit uses more energy to keep your home and family comfortable. This means your system has to work much harder, which can cause equipment to need replacing sooner.


Not only do new windows add up to lower energy costs, but they also help keep your home more comfortable. This means your unit won’t have to work as hard and can function longer without need parts to be replaced.


Call Our Ramsey Window Replacement Team

If you’re looking for ways to increase your home’s value and save on your energy costs, it’s time to consider window replacement. Our Ramsey window replacement team at Anderson Exteriors offers a wide range of windows with features like polymer structural foam and Low-E glass.


To check out our past projects, visit our online gallery. Then call our window replacement team at 763.323.0970 or contact us on the web to get a free quote for your home improvement project.