7 Benefits of Window Replacement

Have your windows passed their prime? Here are some reasons why you should replace them.

Did you know replacing your windows could yield one of the highest returns on your real estate investment? Window replacement provides greater comfort and enjoyment for homeowners, but can also lower energy costs, reduce outside noise, and provide easier home maintenance. Whether you live in high humidity or below-freezing temperatures, there are many types of windows to choose from, and Pella windows and doors offer the energy-efficient glass options for your specific needs.

If you’re considering replacing your windows or wondering why you should check out the following benefits of window replacement.

1. Lower Energy Costs

Replacing your windows may be one of the most cost-effective home improvements you can make. Well-insulated windows keep extreme outdoor conditions from affecting your indoor heating and cooling system. Pella’s InsulShield® Low-E Insulating Glass Collection offers the innovative and energy-saving choices designed for specific climates. Pella’s multi-paned glass with Advanced Low-E protection and insulating argon between the panes blocks 84% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays and helps reduce energy costs while increasing comfort.

Pella 250 Series Windows

Pella 250 Series Windows

2. UV Protection

Most people love having natural light in the home, but excessive ultraviolet rays can cause fading in your home’s interior. Protect your home’s walls, floors, and furnishings by choosing windows that have Low-E insulating double-pane or triple-pane glass with argon that provides added protection from UV-rays – like sunscreen for your house! Pella’s SunDefense™ insulating double-pane glass blocks 94% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays.

3. Easy Maintenance

Replacing your existing windows with new quality windows that feature advanced designs will increase sustainability. Look for easy-clean features, durability, and quality construction. Innovative designs like between-the-glass blinds, shades or grilles not only contribute to less time spent cleaning, they can also reduce the dust and allergens in your home.

Pella Designer Series Windows

Pella Designer Series Windows

4. A Safer Home

Quality windows and doors are available with glass options that can increase the safety and security of your home. Tempered glass is less likely to cause injury when accidentally broken, as it is designed to break into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards. Laminated glass has a polymer interlayer that holds the glass together if shattered – offering added protection from potential intruders.

5. Noise Reduction

Reduce outside noise by installing high-quality windows with noise-reducing glass options such as Pella’s Laminated, Triple-pane or Sound Control Glass.

Pella 350 Series Windows

Pella 350 Series Windows

6. Curb Appeal

While replacing your windows can reduce energy costs and increase security, the style, color, and material can also benefit your home. New and improved windows can boost your home’s curb appeal, adding visual interest and can help increase your home’s overall value.

7. Home Value

According to the National Association of Realtors, window replacement projects can return homeowners more than 78% of the project costs upon resale.

When buying new windows for your home, you will want to keep in mind aesthetics, function, and protection from hot and cold weather. ENERGY STAR® certified windows will help keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

To get started, check out Pella on Porch or contact your local showroom for a window replacement consultation at 888-506-5196.

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Mady Dahlstrom

Mady Dahlstrom

Senior Editor, Porch.com. With a passion for all things home, Mady writes about interior design and decorating, home remodeling and loves scouring Pinterest for the best DIY projects. In her free time, Mady enjoys flipping furniture and hunting for the latest home decor trends. You can find her work in ForbesLife, Martha Stewart, InStyle, U.S. News & World Report, SheKnows, Bustle, and more. Follow Mady on Twitter at @madydahlstrom and feel free to reach out to her at madisond@porch.com.

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