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You have probably found yourself on more than one occasion admiring the home improvements you see your neighbors completing on their home. From paint to landscaping, room additions to roofing, all of these bring a refreshing look to a home. Window replacement is another common home improvement that truly adds fresh light to a home. If you are looking to update your windows, here are some benefits of installing vinyl windows.

With the increased popularity in vinyl windows, manufactures have perfected the design to ensure they open and close smoothly, they are free from large gaps in the windows, and provide excellent energy efficiency. With double and even triple panes available, they will keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter by up to 40% above single pane windows! With the addition of a reflective coating, the heat of summer will be reflected right back out, saving on your energy bill.

Vinyl windows are low maintenance compared to other window materials. They can easily be installed, cleaned, and replaced if a panel is ever damaged. They are not sensitive to household cleaning products unlike some other window frame materials, so you will not need specialized cleaning products. For second story homes, vinyl windows offer the huge convenience of folding in to be cleaned instead of having to hire a professional window cleaning service our getting up on a ladder yourself.

Though some homeowners prefer the classic look of wood framed windows, vinyl windows can be a wonderful style choice of any modern home. Manufactures offer many colors choices, from white to neutrals to even black, and can incorporate traditional grid accents. With so many color options available to choose from, you are sure to find the right choice for your home.

Contact us today at 1-800-673-3034 and allow us the opportunity to help you choose the perfect windows for your Howard County, MD home.