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Earn Back Up to 90% of Cost
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Earn Back Up to 90% of Cost

New windows are the easiest way to increase the value of your home. According to HGTV, you can earn back 60%-90% of the cost of switching to energy-efficient windows if you ever decide to sell your home. This makes upgrades a no-brainer if your windows show any of these signs:

  • Rotting window frames, which can spread mold throughout your home
  • Compromised window panes
  • Inconsistent hot or cold interior temperatures
  • Patches on window panes, signifying seal leaks
  • Loud outside noises inside your home

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Get More than $14,000 Back

According to 2017 national data, a new roof can improve your home’s value by more than $14,000. The savings are exponentially bigger than that if your roof is outdated, since small roofing problems can quickly lead to big home repair projects. Consider getting replacement estimates if your roof shows any of these signs:

  • Shingles are cracked, curled or cupped
  • Bald spots where granules are missing
  • Your roof is over 15 years old
  • Dark streaks
  • Leaks, mold or moss growth

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Better Performance Equals Better Resale Value

New high-tech heaters incorporate sound absorbing materials to reduce noise, use 33% less fuel compared to older models, have longer warranties and superior air flow. All of these factors culminate in a higher resale value for your house when prospective buyers see a new unit. Even if you don’t ever plan on selling your home, a new heater could pay for itself through utility savings. Consider getting quotes if any of these are true:

  • Your unit is more than 10 years old
  • Gas & electric bills are rising
  • Inconsistent hot or cold interior temperatures
  • You’ve had repairs in the last 2 years
  • Your house feels dry or dusty

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Don’t Get Ripped Off

Keep in mind that a subpar window, roofing, or heater installation can negate any money you might save in your initial purchase or on your utility bills over time. To connect with a licensed, insured contractor with great references, click on the buttons above.