When it comes to upgrading your home’s exterior, there are endless options to choose from. You can overhaul your landscaping, install a new entry door, or transform your home with new siding. Determining if windows are the best exterior for your home depends on your goals for upgrading your home in the first place.
If you’re looking for your new upgrade to accomplish the following for your home’s exterior and energy bills, windows are the right upgrade for your Manchester home:
If you’re spending an arm and a leg every month on utility bills, there are several ways that you can decrease the cost and keep more money in your wallet. However, window replacement is one of the top recommendations for keeping your energy bills low.
New window installation can help lower your utility bills by up to $465 per year. This is especially the case when you choose energy efficient glass packages such as UniShield® from Universal Windows Direct.
UniShield® is the go-to option for saving more energy in the home. This glass package incorporates energy saving features such as argon and krypton gas, low-e glazing, and dual or triple pane technology. Best of all, these packages are available in four tiers so you can choose the best option to fit within your budget.
If you’re looking for an exterior upgrade that will offer the best bang for the buck, you’re in luck. Vinyl windows can offer a ROI of roughly 70%, which is one of the highest returns next to roofing, vinyl siding, and entry door installation.
What homeowner doesn’t want to make their home look more beautiful? There are many home window styles that you can choose from to boost your curb appeal, including geometric, specialty shaped, slider, casement, double hung, bay and bow, garden, and more.
UWD offers nearly a dozen styles to choose from, along with extra options for decorative purposes—including decorative glass and grids.
When you’re ready to transform your home from the inside out, contact UWD for premium home improvement products that are proven to lower your energy bills.