Tired, worn-out windows can lessen the beauty and comfort of your home, especially when cold, wet weather brings in drafts and drives up utility bills.
Fortunately, today’s new vinyl window styles provide an excellent return on investment—especially when you turn to top-performing Pella replacement windows. Pella provides superior performance for Michigan homeowners, making them a highly preferred choice.
9 Reasons to Install Pella Home Windows
1. Styles to Match Any Home
Replacing your windows means you have the opportunity to update the style and color of your home, giving a boost to your curb appeal. Adding a splash of visual interest with Pella vinyl windows can increase the overall appeal of your house. Whether your home is in the style of Tudor, Victorian, Ranch and Cape Cod, Pella comes in many looks to fit your architecture to perfection.
2. Custom Looks and Colors
Look no further than Pella for vinyl windows made specifically for your house. Pella custom builds their home windows in every detail—including size, shape, finish, and other elements. With 47 attractive color combinations to choose from, as well as a variety of grille patterns, hardware details and more, you can achieve gorgeous style with ease.
3. Easy Maintenance
Pella windows feature advanced designs that make them easier to keep clean. Modern innovations like between-the-glass blinds, shades and grilles not only contribute to less time spent cleaning; they also minimize dust and allergens, so you enjoy a healthier home.
Pella’s vinyl frames are made of a wood fiber and polymer composite, providing strength and simple care. They are also highly resistant to cracking and warping, even during extreme Michigan temperatures.
4. Energy Efficiency
Without question, one of the most important reasons to replace your home’s windows is the amount of money saved by their energy-efficiency. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that homeowners can save $126-465 per year by replacing outdated single-pane windows.
Pella replacement windows are available with double- and triple-pane glass, insulating air fills, insulating frames, and other energy-saving features. Depending on the style of Pella home windows you select, you can boost your home’s energy efficiency by anywhere from 54% to 83%—reducing your heating and air-conditioning costs.
5. Reduced Noise
Enjoy a quiet, comfortable dwelling with noise-reducing glass home window options such as Pella’s laminated, triple-pane or sound control glass. No matter what noisy situation is happening outside—from loud neighbors to traffic and more—the sounds gets diminished so you can relax in peace.
6. Protection from Harmful Rays
Pella’s High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass protects your belongings from infrared and UV rays. Pella’s SunDefense™ insulating double-pane glass blocks 94% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Enjoy seeing your home’s walls, floors, and furnishings protected from fading.
7. Reducing Condensation
Home windows are often the first place where condensation is found when the outdoor air temperature falls—leading to less efficiency, poor ventilation, as well as potential growth of mold, mildew, and rot. Updating to modern Pella windows can prevent this issue.
Find out more about how new home windows can eliminate condensation and keep your home more comfortable.
Old, worn-out windows can produce safety concerns due to inferior locks, weak frames, and decades-old glass. If you are concerned about your home’s security, Pella replacement windows can be part of that solution. Newly installed up-to-date windows use superior locking technology and are made of inherently stronger material.
9. Increased Home Value
According to the National Association of Realtors, window replacements can return homeowners more than 78% of the project costs upon resale. Typically, a $10,000 price tag on your stylish new energy-saving windows can add as much as $8,500 to the asking price of a home. Therefore, it is not only a functional and pragmatic choice, but one that increases the value of a home too.
Vinyl vs. Fiberglass: Which to Choose?
Once you’re ready to get new windows, the question becomes: Which material should you choose? Both fiberglass and vinyl windows have their advantages. Pella fiberglass delivers unparalleled performance, elegance, and durability. Pella vinyl windows are cost-effective and provide attractive, low-maintenance reliability.
Our team can help walk you through all your options to find what’s best for your home.
Get Precision Results from a Pella Certified Installer
Enjoying beautiful new Pella windows starts with choosing the right window styles, colors, and materials for your home needs—but it all comes together when you choose a window contractor that provides skilled installations that give you peace of mind.
At John McCarter Construction, we have 25 years of experience ensuring Michigan homeowners enjoy topnotch window installations that provide lasting enjoyment. As a Pella Certified Installer, we do the job right from consultation to completion so you can relax and have confidence in your new windows for years to come. Contact us to get a free quote and make your new windows a reality.