Installing new windows offers significant benefits and beauty!
Are your windows and patio doors weather-beaten, broken, fogged up or leaky? Or is it just time to upgrade your home’s exterior? Adding sparkle and functionality to your home, windows are a unique and important home component.
New windows not only increase the value of your home but save money by keeping the cold in during the summer and the cold out during the winter.
- Vinyl: Vinyl windows are available in a variety of styles and shapes. Vinyl windows are a cost-effective choice as they are energy efficient, low maintenance and hold up to the elements. Our preferred vendor is Lindsay Pinnacle Vinyl Windows, made right here in the great state of MN.
- Fiberglass: Fiberglass windows offer some of the best perks of wood and vinyl windows. Fiberglass windows are energy efficient, durable and available in many styles and shapes to suit your taste. Plus, fiberglass windows can be painted.
- Wood: Wood is naturally energy efficient and easy to work with. Wood may be stained to reveal its beauty or choose your own custom colors to paint it. However, wood requires more maintenance than vinyl and fiberglass as it tends to absorb moisture.
- Double-hung windows: This window type has two stacked window sashes that slide vertically up and down in the window frame — they don’t protrude in or out of the home’s exterior. Double-hung windows open wide from both the bottom or the top sash and both windows can be easily cleaned from the inside of your home.
- Casement windows: Hinged on the left or right side, casement windows open out to the home’s exterior at the turn of a crank. Casement windows can also be easily cleaned from the inside of the house due to the hinge/pivot point being 2” from the window frame.
- Slider windows: Slider windows are the most cost-effective windows to buy. This window type uses a track to allow one or both windows to slide past the other for a large opening.
- Picture windows: Big, bold and beautiful are fitting descriptions of picture windows. Picture windows are stationary windows designed to allow in a maximum amount of light with an unobstructed view.
- Bay and bow windows: Bay and bow windows protrude from the home’s exterior, which provides more living space. These window types are typically a combination of a picture window flanked by casement or double-hung windows. Bay windows use three window angles while bow windows use four or more window angles.