The Finishing Touch: Vinyl WIndows
Despite having spent five years and $30,000 in remodeling our house, there was still one thing that was keeping our house from looking in tip-top shape. After repainting and landscaping, we finally realized that it was the old windows that was keeping our house from looking its best. And windows don’t just affect the outside of the home, they can truly improve the interior of the home too. The only problem was, we didn’t have that much money left from previous renovations. But luckily, D&D Windows, located in Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom, Rocklin, and El Dorado Hills, was able to help us get new vinyl windows and also keep to our budget.
We decided that we would start with simply replacing the outward-facing windows, the ones you can see from the street. We did this because at the moment, we were more concerned with those windows that were most likely to be seen. Then we would replace the others as soon as we could afford to.
We also had several options to choose from when we picked out our windows. After considering the benefits of each type of window, we decided to install vinyl replacement windows because they look good, work well for what we need, and are also economical. Vinyl was the perfect choice for us!
Vinyl windows are a great alternative to wood because they don’t warp and won’t crack or chip, which was exactly what we were looking for, seeing as our last windows were made of wood and weren’t especially good looking or durable.
In addition to lasting longer than many other materials, once they were installed, it was amazing how much better our house looked. Even on the inside, it looked 100 times better because the windows had been done. If we had known better, we would have started straight away on replacing our old windows.
But not it doesn’t matter because we have a beautiful house, complete with out replacement vinyl windows. It has been a long road to a full remodel of our home, but I have to say that it was all worth it in the end. Maybe if we had gotten the windows replaced sooner, we would not have gone with D&D Windows or maybe we wouldn’t have chosen vinyl. It’s hard to say what might have happened, but we are happy to have our windows!