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Problems with replacement windows

September 5, 2014

Replacing your windows is absolutely a sound investment into your home. Whether you are considering on moving to add value to the purchase or planning on staying for the unforeseeable future, your return on investment can be 72.5% (According to Hanley Wood Cost v.s. Value 2014 report – upscale replacement project in Portland, Maine). However, your return on your investment can change for the worse if you use an inferior product or the windows aren’t installed properly.

Double-hung window rubber spaces failed

For example, we just returned from an in-home consultation in Portland, Maine this week. Our Window Specialist took a photo of the existing vinyl windows that need to be replaced. These vinyl replacement windows are not that old, but the rubber spacers have failed! If the homeowner decided to move, obviously the buyers would ask for these windows to be replaced. In addition, vinyl replacement windows won’t give you as much return on your investment for the fact that they will not stand the test of time.

Take Renewal by Andersen for a test drive. You’ll see why the composite window material is only one factor to help gain as much as you can on your investment!

Call 207-985-8465 or fill out the form on this page to schedule a free, in-home window consultation. We will provide you with a project quote to get your windows replaced at no obligation.

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