Replacement Windows

SASH FEATURES LOW-E GLASS THAT EXCEEDS NEW ENERGY CODES*

Our Energy Star certified windows are custom-made from virgin vinyl resin combined with the best stabilizers and impact modifiers for consistent color and strength. our insulated glass uses the latest technology to ensure the best possible insulation performance and seal strength. We features multiple manufactures styles, decorative options, and performance packages for a tailor made product to accent your home perfectly.

Standard Vinyl window

(direct sash replacement)

  • 1–3/8" thick sash with welded four corner construction for added durability
  • Finger lifts on top and bottom sash with white sash locks
  • Tilting top and bottom sash
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty on glass
  • Glass lite options include: Standard clear,grille between glass,clear with wood grille and Simulated Divided Lite (SDL)
  • Low-E and tempered options are available
  • Superior insulation and air infiltration ratings
  • Interal lock for better performance

Standard Wood window

(direct sash replacement)

  • Sash is 1–3/8" thick preservative treated Wood pre-primed exterior and clear natural wood inside
  • Finger lifts on top and bottom sash with white sash locks
  • "Boot glazed" sash protects against seal failure and stress cracks
  • Tilting top and bottom sash
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty on glass
  • Glass lite options include: Standard clear, grille between glass,clear with wood grille and Simulated Divided Lite (SDL)

Windows account for about 22 percent of the heating and cooling losses in the average home. At a minimum, buy windows with the Energy Star label as shown to be assured of decent energy savings. They'll reduce cool drafts and condensation in cold weather and keep rooms from overheating in hot weather.

Low-E & Other Window Definitions Explained

Spectrally selective glass, also called Low-E (lower emittance) glass, has a microscopic coating applied to the glazing that allows selected portions of the solar spectrum to pass through it, while restricting others. The lower emittance of solar heat in and outside the home will keep certain homes warmer in the winter, and others cooler in the summer depending on the climate, and will continually save money year after year over traditional glass. Our Spectrally Selective glass appears virtually clear, allowing the daylight to brightly illuminate the home, making the most use of the sun’s light to reduce indoor lighting cost.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)

The SHGC is the fraction of incident solar radiation admitted through a window, both admitted through a window, both directly transmitted, and absorbed and subsequently released inward. SHGC is expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The lower a window's solar heat gain coefficient, the less solar heat it transmits.

U-Factor

The rate of heat loss is indicated in terms of the U-factor (U-value) of a window assembly. The insulating value is indicated by the R-value which is the inverse of the U-value. The lower the U-value, the greater a window's resistance to heat flow and the better its insulating value

Southern Climate

A low U-factor is useful during cold days when heating is needed. A low U-factor is also helpful during hot days when it is important to keep the heat out, but it is less important than SHGC in warm climates. Select windows with a U-factor lower than 0.75 and preferably lower than 0.60.





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