Windows are a smart investment.

There is a misconception in the market place that windows are cheap. They are viewed as a commodity rather than an investment into the value of your home.

Think about it…

A lot of homeowners spend thousands of dollars on one bathroom remodel.

Nor do people think it's strange to spend upwards of $30,000 on a car, though, once driven off the lot, quickly depreciates in value.

So why are windows any different?

Yes, there are windows out in the marketplace that are cheap. But that doesn't mean they're good. Likewise, if you want good windows, they are probably not going to be cheap.

How are windows an investment:

An investment builds value.

If you think about it, each window in your home is the only thing standing between you and the elements...heat, cold, rain, bugs, UV rays, etc. Without that window, there is nothing stopping these things from freely going in and out of your house.

And that includes energy and money savings!

How are windows an investment
Wood windows require a lot of maintenance. With the Infinity window, you no longer need to worry about wood rot or continuous painting.

In addition to saving on heating and cooling costs, a good window can save on maintenance expenses in the future. (How much does it cost to paint a window, let alone an entire house full of windows?) In order to upkeep wood windows and keep them from deteriorating and rotting, painting is needed.

A good window can save on maintenance expenses
Wood windows bring rot - with Infinity windows, you can have the wood window look without the rot.

But with Infinity from Marvin fiberglass replacement windows, they have a commercial grade finish which means you are save on painting costs since that is not needed. Likewise, you get the peace of mind that you are doing your project right the first time - so no more replacing 'replacement' windows.

Listen to a testimony from one of our customers on how they saved money with Infinity replacement windows.

While saving on painting, maintenance, heating and cooling costs, you are also adding to your home by putting in a product that looks good. No plastic windows with bulky frames. No plastic parts and pieces that come apart over the years. And because the frame material and the glass are made out of the same original elements - silica sand - you don't have to worry about seal failure when your windows expand and contract throughout the seasons.

Infinity from Marvin fiberglass windows.
Infinity from Marvin fiberglass windows.

Check out this link to see the cost of wood and vinyl window replacements and what the return is.

Ways to make the investment affordable:

So once you understand how windows are an investment that add value, how do you handle actually paying for them? You may have $40,000 saved up to renovate your home, but if that's all of your savings, you may be hesitant to spend it all in one place.

These are the best windows for you and your home, so we try to make them as affordable as possible.

This is where you may want to look into payment options.

We usually have two payment options each month - a no interest, no payment option over a shorter period (typically 12-24 months) or low interest that is typically spread out over a longer time period for lower payments.

In addition to financing, we do not have a minimum quantity. That means that you can replace as few or as many windows at a time. And once you start your project, we lock you into that price so you can move forward in phases - at a pace that is comfortable for you and your budget!

As this article states, people will spend a lot of money on things like kitchen remodels. So why not invest in your windows, and start saving today! For more information on replacing your windows and starting your renovation project, contact us today!