Frame thickness is a big issue for many. Too much plastic can really be tough on the curb appeal sometimes and we have solutions for that. No one wants a lot of plastic and we all love to see plenty of glass in a replacement window.
This is the Jeldwen Narrow framed vinyl replacement window but they have some really bad reviews and I stopped selling this product after just a few projects. That being said, NT Window has a great Slim line vinyl replacement window that we replaced it with that has a very similar appearance. You can find a lot of pictures in our Web Gallery.
This one was in Tan with grids but we can get them in White and without grids as well. In a bow window I prefer to keep the glass as large as possible.
I actually recorded this video several years ago in Rockwall. A friend was along for the ride and we thought it would be fun to make a video with his new camera so he could practice editing. I was not too stoked about the music in the first segment but over time this video was watched almost 50,000 times nationally.
When you do your research you'll find that installation is the key to a great window replacement job. Bad installers can make even wonderful windows pretty awful and by contrast, a great window installer can make even a mediocre window perform wonderfully. I look for a quality mid range type window that delivers the most bang for the buck. Much like a car, we seldom need the most expensive thing out there but we don't want to go too cheap and miss longevity either.
This one was in Heath. I like it out there. These went up and down when we started as single hungs but the casement offers a picture window appearance while still swinging open for ventilation.
These were from Alside. We actually offer ten different window manufacturers and they have on average three to five models each.
Plenty of choicesare out there from really cheap stuff to super expensive stuff. Windows can be as cheap as $450 each installed and also as expensive as $2000 each installed.. We try to get the right window for the home. Usually that runs in the $650 neighborhood for a great window with a lifetime warranty.
This one faced the pool and it being casements and not having a big center bar running horizontally was a big plus in the view being unobstructed. It also makes the opening look bigger and the pool seem closer. A great look and a favorite of home designers when updating a home.
We operate on a very low overhead to keep your costs down. This website is ranked very highly nationally and has more real world information than anything you'll find out there. It makes Google love us and it keeps advertising costs low. We pass that savings on to you with our pricing while still offering the highest ranking, best reviewed installations available in North Texas. It's all about the installation and we cut no corners to deliver the best installation available at an affordable price point.
We use factory trim and the amazing OSI spray foam insulation as well as 30 year sealants to the project. While not the cheapest, we believe it delivers real value for the long term for the homeowner and the home itself. This reflects well at resale.
These are our NT Window slim line vinyl replacement windows.
A bit of a specialty item and certainly not available from all vinyl window installation contractors, it's a special look for narrow and small windows that adds a lot of glass and minimizes frame size.
Tint and color of glass can be a big concern. We have one of our ten different manufacturers that addresses this well with several options of Low E Glass that are less colorful. This is a big one with many of the ladies as the green color of Cardinal 366 Low E can be offsetting to many homeowners. PPG glass is more of a blue grey color.
We use these in sidelites and smaller transome windows sometimes but our recommendations are always based on the individual home, it's value, the customer's anticipated time to live in the home and the neighborhood as a whole. We are not a one size fits all replacement window contractor.
We do in fact offer ten different window manufacturers with three to five window models from each. We sell wood, vinyl and aluminum replacement windows and offer exterior finishes in numerous colors on several of our vinyl window products.
This was an Alside prefabricated Bay WIndow. It has wood returns and provides a window seat for enhanced views and a more open feel than a typical inline replacement window.
We are proud to have the very best reputation for quality of install in North Texas. In fact, we were named a top 16 window replacement contractor of the 313 available in 2017 by Expertise.com.
Quality of workmanship and skill are by far the biggest and most important variables in vinyl windows.
We have more awards, more expertise, better reviews and a better reputation to protect than others and we take that very seriously. We never use subcontractors and only take on about a hundred projects a year just to maintain a solid quality control and deliver a substantially better end product to every replacement window installation we do.
The truth is we need your referrals and your endorsement when you talk to neighbors, family and co-workers about replacement windows.
No one cares more about your home than we do. It shows in the gallery. It shows in our reviews and it shows in our reputation as a whole. We care about your home. We care what the neighbors and your friends think and we do more than any other window and door contractor is willing to do because those are our priorites.
We want to help you be a good steward of your home. We're here to help and to do that.
More manufacturers, More styles of windows, More diverse glass packages all help us find the right window for your home.
Most of the homes we work on are the homeowners final destination, especially in Rockwall and Heath. You worked hard to get a great living environement and quite a few of you tell me that you'll stay until they carry you out feet first.
That's an important consideration. You want something nice, that performs well, that will still look good in 20 years.
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