3 Ways to Spend Your Tax Return on Your Home
So you have this big check from Uncle Sam but the question is, what to do with it! Sure, you could use it to pay bills, splurge on that new TV you’ve had your eye on or you could invest it into your home.
Updating the exterior of your home has been proven to not only increase equity but tremendously improve overall curb appeal. Aside from giving the home a nice facelift, things like replacing those old windows will also help to lower your energy bills in 2020 but decreasing the chances of heat/air sneaking out.
Before you cash that check and hit the mall, here are some other options for you to consider:
The Window Source of West Texas provides a variety of functional and decorative window options. Our expert team of friendly and trustworthy installers will join you at your home for a free no-obligation estimate where they will walk you through our custom-made and decorative window styles, our installation process, and chat with you about financing options if needed. To help make the decision easier for you this tax season, we are offering the first 10 people in the month of February a $100 gift card towards your entire replacement window project. Plus, we’re going to throw in a free storm door to say thanks for choosing The Window Source of West Texas.
Aside from new windows, nothing will increase your homes curb appeal like new siding. We offer some great vinyl siding options and accessories. Our industry-leading 1½” thick insulation (nominal) siding wraps your home in a blanket of insulation to help reduce utility costs year round and provide a warm and inviting living space
While you’re at it, let’s throw on a couple new doors to complete your home update! We offer both double and triple pane doors with triple insulated glass panels saving you even more on energy costs. And with our LowE/Argon glass upgrade your new door carries the Energy Star certification assuring you of energy savings and comfort.
Like we said, there is no better choice for your hard earned tax return money than giving your home a complete update while increasing curb appeal and saving you energy costs.