Egress windows can add value and space in your home, while also creating a safer environment for you and your loved ones. They also add more ventilation and light in your basement. If you want to add an extra room in your home, or if you just want to be able to use your basement, an egress window can be a fantastic solution. Check out our blog post for more information on designing the perfect egress window
Egress windows are emergency exits. Having one in all habitable areas, especially bedrooms, can save lives. However, egress windows can also cause moisture problems if not installed properly, or if your window well is too shallow. That's why we make sure the drainage systems are working properly.
Egress windows add natural light and ventilation in your basement. This can take your dark, stale basement to a space that you actually want to use. Being able to use your basement give you and your family more space. A bigger space allows the entire family to feel more comfortable and happy.
There are so many options with egress windows! We can install a beautifully made window well with materials such as brick, stone, or wood. We can walk you through all the options you have to make your egress window as beautiful as your home.
Egress windows can bring the living spaces in your basements up to code, allowing you to include them in the calculations for square footage. Adding bedrooms or extra square feet to your home can dramatically increase the value of your home.
Types of Egress Windows
Casement egress windows are windows that swing open inwards, or outwards. These windows are typically smaller and a great option for a room with limited space.
Sliding Egress windows open from left to right and slide to open. Residential building codes require the to be larger. They're great windows for letting in natural light
Egress Window Investment Facts
Egress Window Costs
The cost of an egress window can vary depending on a number of factors including, the size of the window, brand of window, brand or style of window well and accessories, and more. For an average-sized 48"x48", or 30"x48" egress window a homeowner can expect to pay between $5,000 to $6,500.
Egress Window Value
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