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WINDOW & DOOR INSTALLATION

Windows let in the light….

When doing a renovation, even for a single room, changing the windows or adding one can bring all new dimensions to the space. We install both replacement windows and rough out spaces for new ones.

Doors are the poertal into your home...

Exterior doors can profoundly influence the character of your home, provide security, and protection from the elements. Interior doors seperate spaces inside the home, provide privacy, and set the tone of the room. We install all types and styles of doors and can assist you in choosing the one that is right for you.

Window Styles

Awning Windows

Awning windows are hinged at the top and swing outward from the bottom. They glide open and shut with the turn of one easy-to-reach handle.

Casement Windows

Casement windows are hinged at the sides and swing outward. They provide a clear view to the outdoors plus open and close easily with the turn of a handle.

Double-Hung Windows

Double-hung windows can be raised from the bottom or lowered from the top for two levels of ventilation. The sashes also lean in for convenient cleaning. 

Single Hung Windows

Single-hung windows are raised from the bottom for ventilation, while the top sash remains stationary.

Sliding Windows

Sliding Windowa slide open horizontally from one side, providing easy access to fresh air. 

Bay Windows

Typically a fixed window
in the center joined together with your choice of venting windows on each side.

Custom Windows

Any window that is typically not in a standard manufacturers catalog. Oftne ustom fit to meet a unique archetectual situation

Specialty Windows

Often comprised of different components of the already listed window styles. The example show is a french casement window,

Window Frame Material

Wood

Wood is prized for its natural beauty and warmth. A delicate frame material that is vulnerable to sun and rain, wood is nevertheless desired for its authenticity. Wood-grain texture and intricate details are only provided by solid wood and cannot be truly replicated with wood veneer. Sanding and painting is part of routine maintenance. Solid wood frames are best suited for areas with temperate climates.

Fiberglass

Fiberglass has steadily grown in popularity over the years as a low-maintenance alternative to traditional wood frames. Well-designed fiberglass windows and doors enhance curb appeal through its aesthetic flexibility to match the house’s architectural style. Every Milgard fiberglass frame is tested for color uniformity, gloss, film thickness and chemical resistance for quality and long-lasting performance.

Vinyl

Vinyl frames are especially energy efficient due to its ability to trap air. In addition to their insulating properties, vinyl frames are UV resistant, require little maintenance and are generally more affordable compared to its wood and fiberglass counterparts.

Aluminum

There is nothing quite like aluminum --- a recognized and established frame material that architects and builders have specified for years. The strength and distinct feel of aluminum has made it timeless. Aluminum frames are easy to maintain and are sometimes less expensive than other frame options.

Door Types

Patio Doors

Patio doors are designed to let in light and connect the interiro room to the outside patio area.

Front Entry

These are considered main entry doors and typically help define the exteriro charachter of the home. 

Storm Doors

Storm doors are installed in front of exterior door to protect it from bad weather and allow for ventilation.

Interior Doors

These are doors designed for the interior space of the home. They come in a myraid of shapes, styles, sizes, and materials, 

All Panel

A soliod door made up of a varying number of panels. All panel doors have no windows, 

Glass Panel

These doors have a window inserted usually near the top of the door to allow for light.

Dutch Door

These doors are divided allowing one half to be shut and the other open. 

French Doors

These types have glass panes throughout the length of the door. They are often used as patio doors.

Before you decide on a style of door familiarize yourself with their parts.

Windows and doors vary in style and may not have all the parts pictured. For instance, in contemporary styling you may not have sills or muntins. 

Once you have a general style picked out you can decide how the casing and head styles will look.

Once you have an idea of what you want we can assist you in finding a manufacturer that carries your style and type. We can also measure replacement windows accurately so that you can be sure you will get the correct size for your opening.