One home improvement that can significantly increase your home’s curb appeal and value is window replacement. When you get new windows, you’ll notice an increase in your indoor comfort and also enjoy energy savings. Before starting your project, you need to decide how many windows you need to get.
Should you have all your windows replaced at once or can you do it in batches? Find out from trusted window and roofing contractors.
Replacing Some of Your Windows
There’s nothing wrong with prioritizing replacing windows with issues. Broken windows or those with failed seals could compromise your home’s safety and energy efficiency. They will cause your HVAC system to work harder to keep your interior comfortable. While replacing your windows in batches can be a great route, you still need to consider certain risks.
You may end up paying more for labor on smaller projects. Window prices usually remain the same for projects between five to 200 windows. It means you’ll end up spending more on replacing a few more windows later.
Replacing All of Your Windows
Like roof replacement, getting new windows can be messy and disruptive. Many contractors try to make the process as easy as possible, but sometimes a couple of visits is required to complete your project. When you replace all the windows in your home at the same time, your installer may only need to visit your home two to three times. However, when you choose to do it into batches, it could take four to six visits.
If you’re considering a partial window replacement project, consider the cost of replacing only some of your windows now and the others later. How will you feel about your windows not matching? It would also help to look into financing options, which could help you cover the cost of your project.
Whether you need a roof leak repair or new windows, you can count on John Henderson Construction. Call us at (401) 615-2224 in Rhode Island or (860) 415-4055 in Connecticut. You may also fill out our contact form to request a free estimate.