Could your curb appeal game be stronger? Rod McDee and the Rod Squad like to think of themselves as home improvement personal trainers (in addition to their actual jobs and their volunteer R&D work*), and their number one tip for instantly shaping up your home’s style and performance is… you guessed it: CGI® windows and doors.
Everyday function and style you’ll love
Along with 24/7 hurricane protection, improved sound abatement by up to 63%**, intruder deterrence, and energy efficiency, upgrading your home with impact products from CGI® also transforms the interior and exterior the minute they’re installed.
Builders, homeowners, and Rod Squaders alike rely on our windows and doors for their advanced functionality and wide range of aesthetic combinations. A mix of classic and architectural styles plus frame colors, grids, tints, and configuration options can be customized to perfectly suit your home and your personal style.
Buzz recently replaced old, out-of-date windows with CGI® products to modernize his curb appeal, and they were the first choice for Penny, who is currently building a brand new house.
A change that brings value
Even if you don’t plan on selling your home anytime soon, it’s important to know – and the Rod Squad will remind you every chance they get – that new impact windows and doors can increase your home’s value.
In the long-term, window replacement has the potential return of investment of up to 67%, depending on materials***. They’re also a popular wishlist item for many homebuyers, and could make a big difference for your property’s desirability from the first viewing to the appraisal process.
Ready to see how beautiful and high performing your home can truly be? Find a CGI dealer expert in your area today.
*Rod McDee and the Rod Squad are fictional characters and are not CGI employees. All actions are for entertainment purposes and do not represent actual certification tests and quality assurance.
**Sound reduction percentage is based upon the Sentinel Aluminum Picture Window’s (PW130) OITC rating compared to a single-pane window with an OITC rating of 19. Actual results may vary.