Energy Efficient Windows & Doors

New windows can breathe life into a home.

When done right, replacing old or inefficient windows and doors impacts your whole house.

Your Home Works Better

  • More energy-efficient
  • Windows open and shut with ease
  • Easier to clean and maintain
  • Better security for more peace of mind

Your Home Lives Better

  • More curb appeal
  • Better ventilation
  • Clearer views of outdoors
  • Less noise, more peace and quiet
  • More consistent, comfortable temperature

Your Home Lasts Longer

  • More durable from added weather protection
  • Increased property values
  • Better protection from UV damage

Picking styles and materials are key decisions.

This gives you a taste of what’s available. We can work with you to find the right combo.

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Double-hung Windows

Top and bottom sashes slide up and down within the frame, allowing bottom to be closed while top is open to keep kids and pets safe. Not best option in extreme climates.

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Slider Windows

Sashes slide horizontally on a track. Works well when space is limited and good for rooms facing walkways, porches, and patios. Provides plenty of light and ventilation.

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Casement Windows

Hinged like a door and crank-operated. Provides great ventilation, air flow, and clear views to the outdoors with less air leakage than hung or sliding.

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Hopper Windows

Hinged at bottom and can open inward or outward. Good above door or window, or in a basement for ventilation. Less air leakage than others since sash presses against frame.

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Awning Windows

Opens outward from a top hinge. Good space saver and among most energy-efficient because they seal well, but doesn’t allow for window AC.

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Entry Doors

Used for entrance ways, such as a front door, side door, garage entrance door, or rear entrance door. Can be single- or multi-panel and surface can be smooth or textured.

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Hinged Patio Doors

Swing in or out and are mostly used to access a patio, deck, or porch. Offer a tighter seal than sliding doors, keeping the weather out and your heated or cooled air in.

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Sliding Patio Doors

Door panels slide horizontally on a track to open and close. Because doors don’t need to swing, can be a space saver in homes where square footage is at a premium.