New windows can do a lot of things for your home or business. Simply installing new windows or doors can bring a whole new look to your home. Often, people don’t realize how much money new windows and doors can save you. By replacing your old doors and windows, you are actually able to save money on your home insurance. Insurance companies tend to look at three different components when offering discounts on homeowner’s insurance.
1. Window Security
Window Connection’s impact windows may qualify you for a discount on your homeowner’s insurance. Impact windows have a lot of benefits including preventing unwanted people from breaking into your home. The majority of insurance companies will give you a discount for taking extra security measures to keep your home and possessions safe.
An insurance company will grant you additional discounts if your windows have locks. Also, if the windows are shatter-proof, which Window Connection’s impact windows are.
Speak with one of Window Connection’s glass experts to discuss the various product options and the corresponding security benefits to find the windows and doors that are best suited for you.
2. Window Strength
We all know that South Florida is prone to getting hit with hurricanes. South Florida homes are prone to experiencing very strong winds and even hail. Discounts on your homeowner’s insurance are available to those who take the extra step to make their home more weather resistant. Impact windows provide your home with extra wind protection and insulation.
Installing new impact windows provide peace-of-mind, whether you are on vacation or at home, you will not have the worry or hassle of having to install hurricane shutters. Impact windows protect your home from up to 200 mph winds. They also protect your property as well as your family from flying debris during the storm.
3. Window Efficiency
Installing energy-efficient windows can grant you a discount on your homeowner’s insurance. Our experts can advise you on the best options for your home. You can also ask your insurance agent about the possible discounts you could qualify for with your policy.
Energy-efficient windows also save you money on your utility bills. To read more on how new windows can save you money on your utility bill: click here.