Boosting Kerb Appeal With New Windows
Whether you have just bought a new home, are looking to refresh your existing home or are planning on selling up – boosting kerb appeal may be at the top of your to-do list.
There are many great ways to boost kerb appeal, from adding new doors to refreshing cladding. However, one of the greatest ways to boost the kerb appeal of your home is to upgrade your windows.
3 WAYS THAT UPGRADING WINDOWS BOOSTS KERB APPEAL
A whole new look
Broken windows and aging frames can make a home’s exterior look shabby. Replacing old windows can instantly transform the exterior of the property, forming a fresh look and enhancing existing features like brickwork.
With a vast range of materials, style options and colour choices available; homeowners can create a unique exterior appearance that matches their taste and home aesthetic.
New windows don’t just improve energy efficiency and security, they can also breathe life and personality into a property.
From creating a modern, distinctive look with coloured frames to restoring traditional character with georgian bars. It’s even possible to transform and compliment the original architecture by installing a feature window, such as a fixed floor-to-ceiling window or a period-style bay.
KERB APPEAL AS A RETURN ON INVESTMENT
When considering boosting your home’s kerb appeal, it is also worth thinking about what home improvements will give you value for money – and replacing old windows has one of the largest returns on investment. Not only do new windows mean reduced energy bills and a cosier home; installing a new glazing system can increase the value of your home and improve saleability.
SOME WAYS THAT YOU CAN IMPROVE KERB APPEAL WITH REPLACEMENT WINDOWS
Change the colour
Try coloured frames, a woodgrain finish or replace weather-beaten frames for fresh white ones.
Change the style
Choose a style that suits your needs, taste and home aesthetic. For example, casement windows with slim sightlines can create a fresh, bright and timeless finish or vertical sliding sash windows with astragal bars can add vintage charm.
Add a window
Introducing a new window can be equally beneficial to the exterior design as it is to the interior. Adding a bay window, for example, will transform the architecture and kerb appeal of your home whilst giving you more multi-directional natural light in the interior.
KERB APPEAL BEFORE AND AFTER
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Looking to add kerb appeal to your home but don’t know where to start? Try one of our free design consultations. Our consultants are experts at revamping home exteriors and enhancing existing features. We can even show you how your home could look with various styles before you make a decision. You can reserve your appointment here.
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