Sometimes your home needs a face-lift, or you may desire a new look to match a recent home remodel. If you own an older home, you might have noticed that your windows could use an upgrade for safety and aesthetic purposes. A brand new window will help keep out noise and draft during windy or cold weather.
Shopping for new replacement window means you have a lot of options your hands, as replacement windows aren’t a simple matter of grabbing the first set of window glass that pops up. Windows should match your home’s exterior look, the space allotted for your windows, and your budget. Choosing replacement windows involves understanding your climate, understanding your window options, and making sure you’re getting the best deal.
If you are replacing windows it’s best advised to choose windows that are Energy Star-qualified to save you energy costs, but it’s not recommended to change out your windows just for this purpose, as the cost of replacing perfectly good windows won’t be worth the savings. Ask your window provider to show you the top-rated windows for the style you desire. The most expensive windows are not always the best windows or the most durable. Vice versa, less expensive windows don’t necessarily mean they won’t work for your home. Don’t allow the sticker price to dictate which brand or style of window you ultimately choose.
As an experienced window provider, we can answer all of your questions about window brands, such as View Guard, AMSCO and Simonton. We can also provide you with helpful information about any additional services or add-ons you may be interested in, like jamb extensions, triple-insulated glass and prefinished interiors.
Choose from various styles of windows such as picture windows, single-hung windows, and single-slider windows. Picture windows are stationary and good for large sizes, while single-hung windows feature an inward-leaning bottom sash that makes for easy clean-up. Single slider windows slide to open, and double sliders have two sashes that open, making them the perfect option for rooms with one window and homeowners looking for optimal air circulation.
Having a solid idea of what you need in a window or an example will help streamline the process of replacing your window. But even if you’re unsure, our team can help you determine what style fits your needs so you can be confident in your project. To learn more about these styles of windows, read our pages on picture, single-hung and single-slider windows to understand the pros and cons of these popular replacement windows. Call us at (714) 406-5110 or fill out the contact form and one of our representatives will get back to you as soon as possible.