If you own a home, you understand the importance of maintaining the beauty and functionality of one of your most valuable investments. Choosing well-fitted, energy-efficient windows will not only reduce your heating and cooling bills, they reflect your taste, style, and will greatly increase the value of your home. Whether you desire to replace all the windows in your home, or simply give a face-lift to one of your rooms, choosing top-quality replacement windows will provide the satisfaction of a job well done!
Slider, or sliding windows, are a popular choice for window replacement because you have many options when choosing your custom quality window. Some of the model options for slider windows include single slide windows, lift-out sliding windows, tilt in sliding windows, and double slide windows. Slider windows work very well for everything from large picture window openings to small horizontal openings. These windows are very convenient in that they can be lifted out of their sashes for easy indoor cleaning of both sides.
If you have been researching replacement windows for any amount of time, you know there are many material options to consider when choosing just the right window to preserve the individuality and appearance of your home.
Serving the greater Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN area, our company specializes in everything from the natural beauty of wood and wood clad, the durability and strength of fiberglass, to high-grade, easy to care for vinyl windows. We use only top-quality manufacturers such Marvin, Weather Shield and ProVia.
Wood windows and casements have a natural warmth and beauty that may be perfect for your architectural style, because it provides design flexibility. Some wood windows may require ongoing maintenance—such as painting and weatherproofing, but advanced technology provides aluminum-clad exteriors that protect your wood from moisture.
Vinyl windows are durable, waterproof, and versatile in style and price range. Maintenance is easy as they do not require painting, only cleaning as they are prone to harmless mildew. Vinyl is one of the most thermally efficient materials there are, and actually insulate your home from noise as well as weather. Vinyl is also easy on your budget, making it a popular choice.
Fiberglass is the strongest and most durable of window materials, and can withstand extreme climates. They require little maintenance. They may be more expensive upfront, but because of their efficiency, they can save you lots of money in the long run. Fiberglass can also be painted to look like wood, giving you the beauty of wood without the maintenance and upkeep.