Considering Adding Egress Windows to Your Home?
While nobody ever wants to think about a fire striking, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t prepare just in case. You have smoke detectors and alarms and chances are, if you have children, you’ve discussed an emergency escape plan.
But have you thought about your basement?
If you’re finishing a basement that is below ground and doesn’t have an escape, chances are you may require an egress window. These kinds of windows are essential for every home that has a basement. Egress windows are windows that are large enough (as defined by local ordinances) for a quick exit in the event of an emergency, such as a fire. Should the stairway be blocked by flames or smoke, an egress window could be a vital, life-saving feature.
Of course, they provide other benefits, too.
Incorporating an egress window:
- Adds natural light to your basement, which can brighten up an otherwise dark space.
- Adds value with usable space in case you ever want to sell your home and promote it to a potential buyer.
- It brings your basement up to code, transforming it into a safe, livable space.
By choosing to add an egress window, you are making a wise decision to protect your family—as well as the resale value of your home. Plus, you’ll make your space more usable and attractive. At the end of the day, there’s really no cons to installing egress windows in your home. Choose Adams Foundation Repair for your egress window installation project and you won’t be disappointed. We offer quality services at a reasonable price. Call today for more information or to receive your free quote!