Upgrading windows will enhance your home’s aesthetics and boost its energy efficiency. Newer windows also offer improved safety and security features. These improvements may help you qualify for tax credits.
McNeese Glass Company provides glass repair and installation services for residential and commercial clients in Huntsville. Its team can replace sash and door window panes, and install new storm doors and replacement windows.
Awning windows open like casement windows but swing outward from the bottom of the frame. They are ideal for smaller window openings and work well alongside picture or a fixed-wall window to maximize air ventilation.
They also make great alternatives for those wanting more modern design sensibilities within their home as they can be fitted into smaller spaces and offer a more solid panel-based aesthetic. However, they do not provide the same level of design flexibility that a casement window offers.
Awning windows are easy to maintain and clean. Simply vacuum or wipe down the frames, tracks, and pivot points with a cloth and cleaner. You can use a store-bought or homemade mixture of soap and water to clean the window glass panes as needed.
Sliding windows have sashes that slide horizontally to open and close, unlike double hung whose sashes open vertically. Our window replacement Madison AL experts install these windows to make rooms feel spacious and bright.
They are available in single or double-slider styles, as well as a variety of frame colors and options. They are easy to clean and feature low-E glass. The sashes also tilt inward for ventilation.
It has been providing commercial and residential glass services since 2019. Its team specializes in custom window repair, installation and other maintenance work. Its clients include government agencies and commercial buildings. Its services also include bullet-resistant, fire-rated and sound-proof glass. Its technicians are licensed and insured. The company provides free estimates. Its services are backed by a lifetime warranty.
Imagine your own personal greenhouse right inside your home! Garden windows are special windows that add depth to any room while bringing in natural light and giving you a place to grow herbs, plants or flowers. They also come with fully screened twin-sealing side vents that you can open to let in the fresh air.
Aside from being visually appealing, garden windows can increase your home’s value as well. They are great for displaying your favorite plants, succulents, bamboo, bonsai trees or other decorative items. Plus, they allow you to easily access your herbs for cooking or air purifying purposes. They are also a great choice for any area of your home where you want to maximize space and function.
Featuring a double action opening, tilt and turn windows can either open by pivoting on the bottom hinges (tilt position) or swing in like a door via side hinges (turn position). They allow for healthy weatherproof ventilation while still providing security and cleaning access.
Unlike sliding or hung windows, they have a multi-point locking system that makes them more resistant to being forced open, making them a safer option for homes with children or pets. Tilt and turn windows also have a tighter seal than other types of windows, helping to keep heat in while preventing cold drafts and reducing your energy bill.
Stylish and durable, aluminum tilt-and-turn windows are ideal for many properties. They look great in modern or contemporary-styled homes and are easy to clean and maintain.
Unlike sliding windows, casement windows are hinged on one side and open like a door using a mechanical crank. They’re great for ventilation and can allow in a nice breeze throughout the summer. They also provide a tight seal making them an energy efficient window option.
If you’re looking for a window that is more energy efficient than other options, consider our argon gas-filled windows. They are filled with argon gas between the glass to help insulate the home, which can save you money on your heating and cooling bills. The argon gas also helps in keeping cold air from entering and warm air from exiting.