Strategic Planning Is a Great Way to Approach Replacement Windows for Your Home June 1, 2017 Are you looking to replace the windows in your home? If you are, strategic planning is a great idea. It means you’re going to take some time to carefully consider all your options. First, consider your budget. Your budget should be one of the first things you sit down and work out. If you are only planning on spending $2,000 to replace all the Windows in your home, you probably won’t have much choice other than choosing the cheapest possible ones you can find. Replacement windows are considered one of the best investments you can make because of their ROI (Return On Investment). You might want to consider increasing your budget, if you can handle it. Second, contemplate potential changes. If, for example, you have two double hung windows side-by-side in your master bedroom overlooking the backyard, you might consider replacing it with a gorgeous bay or bow window. Look through all your options, consider how each room might look with different style windows and even different size windows, and then you will be able to focus in on what you want for your windows in the future. Third, look at all available options. The only way to truly understand all the options available to you right now is to visit a showroom. Sit down with an experienced sales professional and go through the various manufacturers, styles, sizes, and other options. When you have information about these different options, it will be easier for you to determine what replacement windows will be ideal for your home. Lastly, discuss everything with your spouse or partner first. Before deciding, if you are married and have a spouse or you have somebody else with a vested interest in the improvement of this house, discuss all options with them, including your budget, before deciding. Then, when you do decide, it will be one with which you are completely satisfied and that’s a great feeling moving forward.