Cost versus Quality

It is not always best to choose materials by cost alone. Cheap but inferior materials often cost more in the long run (roofing, windows, toilets, generators, and water pumps come to mind). A

mid-price item may split the difference between quality and price in a satisfactory way. Consider the relative importance of each item and its strength, durability, reputation, and warranty before you buy. Critical items like windows are worth a significant investment. Windows will help with heat retention for as long as your house stands, giving you a good return on your investment — heightened efficiency and lower operating costs. Consider, too, the costs and ease of replacement or upgrade for any item in your home. Professionals can guide you in your decisions, but your own satisfaction is what counts in the end.

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