There are many different ways to add value to your house if you’re thinking about selling it. One of the easiest and most effective upgrades you can do is installing new home windows.
Finishing off the basement, replacing your old roof, renovating a bathroom, or remodeling your kitchen can significantly increase your property value. However, those projects require time, commitment, effort, and money.
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A new home windows installation is one of the easiest ways to see a spike in the value of your property. While there are other major factors that affect your property value, it doesn’t hurt to do the things you can to help increase it.
The Value of Adding New Home Windows
If you’ve come across this article, you’re probably researching how much property value can new home windows add to your property.
HomeAdvisor reported that the average cost of a single-window replacement service is anywhere between the $200 and $1,700 range. That price does not include custom widows.
According to Homelight.com’s Top Agent Insights Survey for the first quarter of 2020, the cost to replace all the windows in a single-family home is $12,000. This number is just an average. There are obviously plenty of other factors that will affect this figure.
If you decide to replace all the windows in your home with upgraded, energy-efficient ones, you can see up to $9,600 at resale for an 81% return on investment.
Spending more or less than $12,000 may be hard to swallow. However, you could get up to $10,000 back when you sell your home. And even if you’re not selling your home yet, you wouldn’t have to worry about old windows surprising you with costly repairs in the future.
Do You Need New Home Windows?
Homeowners don’t even think about the state of their windows until they need to have the house inspected prior to putting it in the market.
And when the inspection happens, most sellers find out that they need to do major repairs, and they’re faced with a costly expense.
Even if you’re not thinking about selling your home at the moment, it’s essential to stay on top of its maintenance – and that includes your windows.
While adding new home windows is not as dramatic as a bathroom remodel or finishing off a basement, you can start this project add value to your home.
Here are the benefits of adding new home windows to your home.
They Add Energy-Efficient Features to Your Home.
If you are starting to notice that you are paying more and more to run the heating and cooling system in your home, it’s most likely because you don’t have energy-efficient windows.
Many homeowners across the country face this problem. Fortunately, there are plenty of energy-efficient window options out there for you.
If you need more information about energy-efficient windows and how to choose the best ones for your home, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
They Can Improve Your Property’s Curb Appeal.
You may not realize it, but your windows are one of the things that can make or break the curb appeal of your home.
When prospective homebuyers pass by your home or pull up in front of it, and they see old and broken windows, their first impression is already tainted.
You can remedy this by replacing your old windows as soon as you can. It will definitely do your curb appeal a favor and make your house look more attractive to potential buyers.
And as you know, curb appeal is essential when determining your property value. A lovely exterior could generate higher offers for your home.