Installing new windows offers significant benefits and beauty!
Are your windows and patio doors showing signs of wear and tear, such as being weather-beaten, broken, fogged up? Windows are a crucial role in adding sparkle and functionality to your home.
Installing new windows not only enhances the value of your home but also saves money by improving energy efficiency. They help keep the cold air in during the summer and the cold air 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: Double-hung windows feature two stacked window sashes that slide vertically within the frame, offering easy operation without protruding into or out of the home’s exterior. Both sashes can be opened wide from either the top or bottom, and the windows are designed for easy cleaning from inside the home.
- Casement windows: Casement windows, hinged on one side, swing outward to the exterior of the home with the turn of a crank. Their hinge/pivot point located 2 inches from the window frame allows for easy cleaning from inside the house.
- 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: Picture windows are stationary, providing an unobstructed view and allowing maximum natural light into the home.
- Bay and bow windows: Bay and bow windows extend outward from the home, creating additional interior space. Bay windows typically consist of a central picture window flanked by casement or double-hung windows, while bow windows feature four or more window angles for a more rounded appearance.