Many people believe that replacing windows in their properties just improves the appearance and brightens rooms. However, thanks to today’s revolutionary window technologies, there are several additional advantages you may not be aware of. Here are a few examples.
Older windows might put a strain on your air conditioners and heaters. Replacing your windows with energy-efficient alternatives like vinyl and fiberglass can help you save money on your power bills.
Home improvement projects are typically beneficial to the value of your home. While some initiatives may be pricey, replacing your windows has the potential to significantly improve the value of your property if it is on the market.
Windows may not open as expected or have a weakened frame. Changing your windows with more contemporary ones can give you peace of mind that your locks operate effectively.
Even if you live on a busy street, everyone may benefit from some peace and quiet at home. Triple-pane glass in your existing windows will reduce noise coming in from the outside.
Your windows should reflect your style as much as your decor does. Replacing old windows for ones with interesting designs, frames, or colors will set you apart from the rest, and maybe even increase your home’s value too.
Our experienced staff at Topline Home Improvement can help you find the right windows for your home! Don’t hesitate to contact us today and find out more about what we can offer you.
The home improvement scene is always changing to keep up with seasonal and modern trends. This past year, we’ve compiled a few trends to be on the lookout if you’re looking to update your home.
We’re seeing a surge in demand for darker siding colors, like moss-green or autumn reds. These colors are getting popularized from consumers watching home improvement shows on television. Up until recently, siding has only come in a few colors, not leaving much room for customization. Now, we have the technology to create lots of colors, and we’re seeing consumers opt for darker, richer colors. Darker colors also fade much slower than other siding colors.
Windows tend to be replaced or updated on an as-needed basis. Windows are replaced or customized usually when they aren’t insulating your home correctly. Classic white frames continue to be popular, but as with siding, we’re seeing higher demand for darker colored frames and grills. Hunter green and bronze are especially popular. Black frames are also a great choice for a modern-looking facade.
Another as-needed product, you usually see roof updates and replacements when they become energy inefficient or suffer heavy damage. Homeowners usually opt for gray, brown or tan colors for their roofs, however there’s been a new trend which includes combining shingles in different colors for a more cohesive design.
When you’re updating your home, call TopLine or visit our website to get started with our affordable, durable, and stylish roofing, window treatments, siding, and doors!