Windows add character to homes and help shelter families from the elements while allowing the sun to shine through their clear glass panes. By establishing a home’s style windows enhance its principal architectural details. New window installation and window replacements will beautify your home and make it more energy efficient saving you money.
Frame Material (Fiber Gladd, Wood, Aluminum)
Dual Pane vs Triple Pane
If your utility bill keeps crawling up season after season that’s a tell-tale sign that your type of windows aren’t energy efficient. Replacing old existing windows with new windows can reduce your monthly bills and keep your home temperature steady.
Drafty and cold in the winter
Summer heat build up (greenhouse effect)
Damaged or rotten wood frames
Failed seals or leaking weather stripping
Broken glass or torn screens
Defective/damaged latches or locks
Signs of moisture or mold
Painted shut or difficult to open
Windows that have been painted with lead-based paint found in homes built before 1978
If the windows in your home are showing any of the above signs of severe wear and decay it’s time to choose new windows to replace your existing ones or that fit into your renovation plans.
Our experienced replacement crews make every effort to keep your home clean and protected during the installation process. We’ll lay down drop cloths to protect the areas around the removal of each window both inside and outside of your home.
As the crew progresses with the removal of the casings and windows, they’ll assess if there is any damage around the openings left by old defective windows. Repairing the damage is necessary before the new window is installed.
To complete the new window replacement, the exterior trim for the window will be mounted and sealed. The trim ensures a close-fitting seal to keep the weather and leaks out. Our window installers will vacuum the area around your windows and clean up your home thoroughly leaving it better than we arrived.