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Quality windows can last for decades, but sooner or later, they may need to be replaced. Whether they are damaged, worn out from years of use or not performing as well as you would like, installing new windows may be a worthwhile investment.

Reasons to Replace Windows
A minor problem such as damaged weather stripping can be an easy DIY fix, but windows with a warped or broken frame or sash, those that are difficult to open or close, or ones that allow cold air into your home, will only become more problematic with time. They should be replaced.

If a severe storm recently struck your area, check the windows for damage. Strong winds can turn sticks, rocks, lawn furniture and other everyday items into projectiles. A window that has been damaged by a flying object should be replaced as soon as possible.

Drafty windows are obviously a serious problem in the winter and can lead to high heating bills, but they can also contribute to high utility bills in the summer. Spaces around your windows can allow hot outside air to enter the house and cooled air to escape, which means that your air conditioner may struggle to maintain a comfortable temperature, and you may face astronomical summer electric bills. New, energy-efficient windows can help you maintain a stable indoor temperature regardless of the season. They will quickly pay for themselves by significantly lowering your monthly utility bills.

The windows are one of the first things that people notice about your house. A beautifully manicured lawn and a fresh coat of paint can only do so much if the windows are old and damaged. If the windows are detracting from the appearance of an otherwise attractive home, it could be time to replace them.

If you plan to sell your home and the windows are old, don’t work well, have drafts or just don’t look good, replacing them before you put your house on the market is an excellent idea. Homebuyers don’t want to worry about making major repairs soon after moving in. Many people would immediately pass on a house that would need to have the windows replaced within a few years. A house with new, energy-efficient windows would attract the attention of prospective buyers. New windows could even be the deciding factor if buyers were considering two comparable, similarly priced houses. You could set an asking price that would allow you to recoup most of the money you spent on the windows.

Smart Investment
Replacing your home’s windows can be expensive, but it’s likely worth it in the long run. Windows that are damaged and drafty can detract from the appearance of your home and cost you extra money each month. New windows could lower your utility bills, increase your home’s value, and help you sell it quickly in the future. If your home’s windows need to be replaced, consider various styles and materials, and speak with representatives from several companies so you can make an informed decision.