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3 Things You Need to Know Before Choosing a New Window Company

Windows and window installation have changed throughout the decades, becoming more hi-tech, energy-efficient, and cost-effective. Choosing the right windows for your home has become a much more important investment than it used to be.The wide variety of window options can make it a difficult decision. How do you know if you’re getting the best value for your money? How do you know which company to go with? How do you know if you’re spending money where you don’t actually need to? To help you out with making the right decision in new windows, we’ve compiled the three most important things to look out for when choosing a new window company.

Energy Efficiency

At first, many do not even consider energy efficiency when it comes to new windows; but today, energy-efficient windows can be a huge factor in saving you money in the long run. Some types of windows are rated highly in blocking solar heat, air leakage, and condensation. If you decide to invest in these features, you could almost cut your energy bill in half. Make sure to ask your window replacement experts about options regarding energy-efficient features. The best thing you can do when buying new windows is ask as many questions as possible.


When deciding on a company, make sure you take a look at its warranty terms. Some companies offer lifetime warranties on window replacements. Other companies offer 5-, 10-, and 20-year warranties. Look for a lifetime warranty, but if you can’t find one, anything above a 10-year warranty is still a great deal. 


Consider your spending plan before deciding on the right new windows. Some companies offer a variety of brands and materials at a range of price points that work with several budgets, while other companies provide more of a one-size-fits-all option. Higher quality windows typically come with a higher price tag, but will often outlast low quality, low cost windows. However, if you are just looking for a short-term solution, something more budget-friendly could do the trick.