11 Mar How Windows Can Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal
As a homeowner, curb appeal is a big deal. This is your home and you want it to look its best at all times. While there are many different projects that can increase curb appeal, replacing old and broken windows is always a good place to start. In addition to redefining the look and feel of your home, they can also improve energy efficiency and save you some bucks on your monthly bills. Here’s how windows can improve curb appeal:
Replacement windows add character to the style and personality of your home’s exterior. With so many options at your disposal, you can easily coordinate with your preferred aesthetic while complementing your neighbors. For instance, a well-placed sliding window means wider glass panels that can be a focal point in the overall exterior appeal of your home.
Seasonally appropriate window boxes can be the defining point of a home’s exterior, adding the perfect amount of style and function. Strategic placement of your window box also means more color and interest for guests or future homebuyers.
Echo Architectural Style
Windows can seamlessly complement the architectural style of a home, giving it an even better aesthetic appeal. For example, homes built in the contemporary style tend to look better when paired with floor to ceiling picture windows. The more true you stay to your home’s architectural style, the more your window investment will pay off in terms of curb appeal.
Play with Colors
The frames and trims of windows come in different colors that you can choose. Play with these colors to achieve a more pleasing curb appeal. You can go for complementary colors to go with your siding or go for elegant contrasts.
At Renewal by Andersen of Central Florida, we carry a wide range of window styles to suit just about every architectural style and preference. Want a casement window or a specialty window? Give us a call at (407) 641-5753 to get started with a FREE estimate. We serve residents in Orlando and the surrounding Florida communities.