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Why Should You Replace Your Windows?

Jan 14, 2016

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There’s nothing as lovely as natural light streaming through a window to perk up a room. But some windows are letting in (and letting out) more than daylight. Your windows could be wasting energy, as well as excess time for maintenance.

Take a look at—not through—your windows. It might be time to make a change.

Why should you replace your windows?

  1. Technology has evolved dramatically. Energy-efficient design has evolved over the past 15 years. Older windows aren’t constructed with a sufficient air seal. Today’s double-pane and triple-pane windows provide better energy efficiency
  2. Open and close with ease. The old window design requires you to push up the window, which is often a tough task. New vinyl windows are easy to open and close.
  3. Cleaning is simpler. Contemporary windows feature a tilt-in design, making the cleaning much simpler (which means those windows might be cleaned more often).
  4. Avoid scraping and painting. Wood windows eventually need touch-ups. Scraping away the peeling paint is a tedious chore for anyone. Vinyl windows require no painting.
  5. Prevent UV damage. Older windows don’t filter UV rays, which can cause fading in upholstery, drapes, carpet, and wall art. Today’s windows have low-emissivity coating, which prevents those rays from passing through and causing damage.
  6. Enhance security. New windows have more secure locks than their older counterparts.
  7. Increase resale value. You get a strong return on your investment with window replacement, which adds to your home’s resale value.

You have a wide variety of choices when you’re ready to replace your windows. Companies like Marvin, Simonton, and Sherwood engineer windows with smart design and attractive styling.

If you live in the Kansas City area, talk to our window professionals at Johnson County Siding & Windows, a member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).

GET A SENSIBLE PAYMENT PLAN THAT FITS YOUR BUDGET

If you know you want to get your home exterior project done, but are feeling stress about paying for it all at once, we can help.

Our financing partner, GreenSky, has sensible payment plans that work for homeowners who prefer to pay in installments. You can also ask your JoCo Siding & Window Co. sales representative about the details!

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Our Customers LOVE The Results

Johnson County Siding & Window Co.
"Working with Johnson County Siding & Windows was a pleasure. They delivered high quality work swiftly for a reasonable price and were respectful of my home. Highly recommend Johnson County Siding & Windows for window replacement!”

- David D.
06-25-2023
Johnson County Siding & Window Co.
"Everyone associated with the company was professional and respectful. Our windows look great, communication was very good, and the time line was manageable. Would recommend!”

- Sheri C.
06-19-2023
Johnson County Siding & Window Co.
"We are impressed with the quality of the work and we are very pleased with the value after comparing to other options. The crew that did the siding was absolutely awesome. And we are thrilled with the James Hardie Color Plus Siding for the low maintenance from here on out! Thank you to everyone at Johnson County Siding & Window from their sales person to their lead manager and to the crew!”

- Sharon M.
06-08-2023

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Serving the Kansas City Metro Area, Including Olathe, Overland Park, and Leawood See a Full List of the Cities We Serve
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