Good Windows, Good Resale Value: Investing in New Fairfax VA Windows

While you and a number of other Fairfax locals are getting your homes sale-ready, it helps to consider a number of home improvements that can drastically enhance the appearance, performance, and resale value of your property. Even without investing in something as radical as a whole new home addition, your changes can make a huge impact on your home’s asking price.Bay windows with wooded views enhance home's charm Image

A good example of an investment that makes a real difference—both inside and outside the home—is replacement windows in Fairfax VA. It brightens up your living spaces, showcases your surroundings, and even updates your home’s exteriors, which boosts your curb appeal. Bay windows, for instance, have time and again proven to be worth homeowners’ money. Check out the following excerpt from an article published recently on The Fairfax County Times:

Three bay windows face mature trees, enhancing the charm of this stone-and-stucco eclectic home. It shows what can be purchased for close to the $697,792 average sales price of a single-family home this March, as reported by Real Estate Business Intelligence.

Multipaned panels frame the front door, echoing the style of the windows found throughout most of the home.

At the top of the stairs, the master suite is home to a third bay window. The other three bedrooms share a bath and have a view of the mature trees.

If you’re in need of window replacements, Mid Atlantic Construction of VA and MD (MAC) is the contractor to call. MAC offers clients a full range of window styles, such as bay, casement, sash, sliding, transom, and stationary windows in UPVC, wood, and metal. They also provide topnotch Fairfax VA window repair services and are committed to delivering outstanding workmanship on every job. MAC would be more than happy to put their professional experience to good use on your next home improvement project.

(Article Excerpt and Image from Bay windows with wooded views enhance home’s charm, fairfaxtimes.com)