Increasing Your Home’s Value
Whether you just moved in, or you’re ready to move out, it’s always a good time to consider replacing your old or damaged windows and doors. Smart home improvements, like increasing energy efficiency, can pay off in a big way when it’s time to sell your home.
Window and door replacement adds to your home’s value typically in three ways: 1. Aesthetically, 2. Energy savings, 3. Reduced maintenance and repair costs — including window washing.
Upgrading or Replacing Doors
Upgrading your door with updated hinges, locks, and features (including pet doors and mailbox slots) increases your home’s aesthetic appeal and functionality, which always adds to resale value. Replacing your door completely, with a newer, energy efficient model, can also add to your home’s value.
Upgrades to Windows
Upgrades such as triple-paned glass and insulated windows (which can cost approx. 10% more than the cheapest options) will increase a home’s resale value by approximately 15% and typically pay for themselves in energy savings in approximately 7-9 years.
Recommended brands to consider when replacing your windows and doors, with specific interest in increasing your home’s resale value:
- Great Lakes
American Thermal Window Installs Marvin Double Hung Windows
Adding value to your home pays for itself in dividends. And installing double hung windows is a great way to increase the value. Speak to one of our team members about your project so we can help you decide the best option that’s just right for you.
Chicago’s Best Window and Door Company
American Thermal Window has over 35 years experience installing windows and doors throughout Chicagoland and is considered Chicago’s top rated window and door company. Everyone on the team is top notch and very experienced in selling and installing windows and doors. The showroom, located at the corner of Milwaukee and Central Ave in Chicago offers many displays showcasing the different window and door options available. Look at our soffit and fascia options as well.
Contact American Thermal Window
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