New Windows will give your home a beautiful new look, reduce energy costs and increase comfort.
Are you tired of difficult to clean windows?
Benefits of New Windows
What is Argon Gas?
Types of Windows
Types of Glass

We offer a variety of window options including wood, clad wood, vinyl and aluminum. Let us help you decide which options are best for your home. Our trained crew will install your new windows exactly according to the manufacturer’s specifications. This is important because the best window installed poorly becomes an inferior product. Three-windows-together Two-Sliding-Windows

Are you tired of difficult to clean windows?

  • Are your windows hard to open?
  • Tired of the time, safety and expense of painting old windows?
  • Do you hate wasting money on heating from old windows?
  • Are you tired of cold drafts?
  • Do you feel like the look of your house could use an update?
  • Are you concerned your old windows will impact your resale value?
  • Are you thinking about the security of your home because of old locks?
  • Do your current windows allow outside noises inside your home?

A properly installed window will:

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  • Lower your energy costs- sometimes by up to 30% or more
  • Make your home more comfortable
  • Make it quicker and easier to keep your windows clean
  • Reduce Ultraviolet damage
  • Give you a quieter home
  • Allow you to save time and money on maintenance
  • Improve homeowner safety
  • Increase light and your view
  • Improve security with better locking systems
  • Enhance the beauty of your home
  • Increase the resale value of your home by 114%

What is Argon Gas?

Argon gas is a colorless and odorless gas used to fill the airspace between insulating Low E glass. The addition of argon greatly increases the insulating performance of the Low E glass. Argon Gas

Types of Windows

Awning Windows awning
Awning windows are designed to provide light and breeze. They’re great for bedrooms and other areas that need to maintain privacy but still let some light in. Awnings can be opened slightly to allow ventilation. They can be positioned in a variety of places: next to other windows, arranged in columns, or placed above large patio doors to create a wall of light and fresh air.

Casement Windows
casement-windowCasement windows open outward for light, fresh air and side breezes. They’re tightly sealed for energy efficiency and great for hard-to-reach places, such as over sinks and appliances in the kitchen. Casements crank open, as opposed to sliding up and down, making them easier to maneuver.

Double Hung Windows double-hung
Double hung windows are chosen for their unique style, ease of access and superior ventilation capabilities. The top of the window can be opened while the bottom remains closed – great for kids’ rooms. Double hung windows can go practically anywhere in your home. They’re perfect for kitchens, offices and bedrooms.

Picture Windows picture-windowPicture windows create unobstructed views of the outdoors. They’re best in areas where ventilation isn’t a big concern. Think about installing them high on the walls of dark rooms and hallways for infinitely better lighting. In combination with patio doors or open-and-close windows, picture windows bring the perfect balance of light and ventilation.

Bay Windows bay-window
Bay windows create an open, peaceful feel indoors. Their multiple views allow light to stream in from different angles, plus the sides of the window can be opened for air circulation. Bay windows dress up any home with uniqueness and style. Replacing a flat window with a bay can completely change the amount of light that room receives. They’re primarily used for kitchens, but can also add character to family rooms and master bedrooms.

Hopper Windows hopper-window
These popular windows are most often installed in basements. The hopper window is basically a casement window flipped on its side. The entire pane tilts inward to open, allowing for maximum ventilation.

Types of Glass Available

Single Pane, Double Pane and Triple Pane
Single-pane windows provide very little insulation, while double-pane improves energy efficiency. In colder climates, some double-pane windows are sold with an argon gas between the panes for better energy-saving performance. Our triple pane options will give you the most energy efficient performance!

Tinted heat-absorbing glass is designed to reduce radiant heat entering through the window.

Reflective glass has the same purpose as tinted glass, but it is coated with a reflective film.  

Tempered glass is very strong and is a common choice for patio doors and storm doors. If tempered glass breaks, it crumbles into tiny pellets rather than shattering into jagged shards.  

Another type of glass for windows is security glass, which is opaque and available in several textures.

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