See Your Home’s Value Clearly with New Windows from Dick’s Roof Repair
Chicago is known as the Windy City, but the Kenosha and Racine areas are no stranger to gales and gusts. When the wind blows around your home-whether it’s off Lake Michigan or closer to Lake Andrea-drafts can come in very easily if you have older, poorly maintained windows. Windows that lack proper insulation, were installed incorrectly or that simply don’t fit well, will end up making your home colder in the winter and too warm in the summer.
In addition, windows that are difficult to open or that won’t stay open are not only frustrating-they are not safe, either. These issues, if put off, can lead to larger ones down the road.
Not to worry, though! Dick’s Roof Repair technicians can come to your home to assess the condition of your windows and provide a free estimate. Our specialists work with top-quality window manufacturers, including Norandex Perfexion, which is an AAMA Gold Label Certified product. While replacing windows can be expensive, homeowners typically see a 70-80% return on their investment when they resell, according to industry studies.
At Dick’s Roof Repair Service, we can guide you through the selection process to provide you with the correct replacement windows that fit your needs and your budget. There are a variety of styles and additional features available. Once we find the best option, we will work with your schedule to get the windows installed as quickly and efficiently as possible.
New, energy-efficient windows also have a positive effect on your heating and cooling bills. We all know how unpredictable Wisconsin weather can be. New windows can help maintain a warm, cozy indoor temperature during the winter months. They are also easy to open during nice weather; both options can lead to savings on energy bills.
Dick’s has been proudly serving satisfied customers in southeastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois for more than 60 years. Contact us to schedule your free estimate and we’ll gladly take all the time you need to go over all your options.