If you own a home in Fremont, there are likely a lot of projects on your home improvement to-do list. It seems like homes are always in need of upgrades, repairs, or general maintenance. If having replacement windows installed is one of the items on your list, here’s why we think you should move it to the top of the list, making this project a priority for the new year.
Replacement Window and Door Blog
With the arrival of Winter in Pleasanton, you may be more aware than ever of how much your windows contribute to the chill that is in your home—especially at night or on windy days. All you have to do is stand next to one of your old windows, and you feel noticeably colder. You crank up your home’s heater, but all the while, you are thinking about how much your next energy bill will be.
Some of our customers seem to really enjoy the process of shopping for replacement windows. They geek out on the various energy-saving features and spend a lot of time looking at the design options, such as frame styles and grid patterns. They want to hear about all of the available upgrades, so they can select the ones that will give them the windows that meet all their needs and look exactly how they want them to.
Most of the homeowners we meet with in Pleasanton and the surrounding areas tell us they want quality windows and doors for their homes. Often, the windows and doors that are currently installed in their homes are made with a single pane of glass. The frames may be bent, and the screens have seen much better days. The windows and doors may not open and close easily anymore (or at all), and they do a poor job of keeping out unwanted heat, cold, and possibly even debris.
If you are fortunate enough to own a home in San Ramon, you have probably considered what types of upgrades would be best for maintaining and even further increasing the value of your home. Home improvement projects that improve the curb appeal of your home are always a good choice, as are upgrades that improve your home’s energy efficiency. So, what if there was a single project that could do both?