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Window Replacement


When you begin to feel a draft from the windows in your home, you’ll know it’s time to finally replace them. The longer you keep leaky windows on your home, the more energy you waste and the more you’ll pay in electric.
If you’re interested in replacing them, consider installing double hung windows made of solid vinyl and custom made to fit your home. These dual tilt windows are easy-to-clean and maintenance free forever.

You can add bay or bow windows to your home for a unique look. A bay window is the combination of three or more windows projecting outward from the room. A bow window is a variation of a bay window, but is made up of four or more window units joined to form a curve. Inside, you get the advantage of light and radiant heat; outside you get the appearance of sparkling glass that gives your home a clean and modern look.

Slider windows are also available in two-panel or three-panel and always have double insulated thermal pane glass. The removable tracks allow for easy cleaning, and the solid brass rollers keep the units gliding as if on a bed of air.


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Basement windows are a great way to circulate the air in the bottom floor of your home. But now is the time to do it: Wait till winter, and that draft will come with higher heating bills. And won’t it be nice to watch the leaves change (and then, the snow fall) through a new set of windows?

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