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Choosing Replacement Windows

Choosing replacement windows that fit your home and lifestyle is one of the most important steps in the replacement process. These three articles should go a long ways to helping you decide which windows are the best fit for you.

Replacement Styles & Options

There are many replacement window styles to choose from - common examples include fixed frames, double hungs, single hungs, tilt turns, casements, awnings and horizontal sliders. Less common styles include chord, lancet, egress, clerestory, dormers and hoppers. So which is the right style for your home? That all depends on what you are trying to accomplish - we'll try to help you narrow down your choices so that you can make the best selection for your home.

Explore replacement window styles.

Replacement Frames & Materials

There are four main materials used for replacement windows; vinyl, fiberglass, wood clad and aluminum. Discover each of these options, the relative pros and cons associated with these replacement window frames.

See different replacement window frames.

Window Ratings

Performance ratings for replacement windows are important indicators of how well they will insulate your home and, to a certain extent, how well they will hold up over time. We will first go through the main ratings for replacement windows and explain their importance.

Discover the main ratings for replacement windows.