Installing new windows is one of the foremost ways that you can improve the beauty, security, and thermal performance of your home. At ContractingPRO, we can replace your old, drafty, and outdated windows with hardwearing and energy-efficient vinyl or wood-vinyl windows. Choose from a wide array of colors, finishes, and styles for replacement windows that suit your unique tastes and enhance the beauty of your home from the inside out.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward from the bottom, providing maximum ventilation while preventing rain and debris from coming into your home. They glide open and shut with one turn of an easy-to-reach handle. Since they are wider than they are long, they’re often placed above or below other windows to add more light and architectural interest.
Bay windows are typically comprised of a fixed window in the center flanked by two operable windows that project outward from an outside wall, forming a bay inside a room. Bow windows are four or more windows that are joined together to form a soft, graceful curve. Both of these windows provide expansive views of the outdoors, as well as abundant natural light.
Casement windows are hinged on one side and swing open outward. They provide unobstructed views of the outdoors, as well as full top to bottom ventilation and ample natural light. They are easy to open, which makes them a popular choice for hard to reach places, like above the kitchen sink. And, since both the interior and exterior sides of the glass can be reached from inside your home, they are also easy to clean.
If you want to make a statement with your home, then our custom windows are ideal. They are available in virtually any style, size, and shape, so you can create a truly one-of-a-kind addition. Whether you want something grand, with intricate grille designs and stained glass, or envision a simpler design with clean, angled lines, you can create the ideal custom windows to suit your home’s unique character.
Double-hung windows can be raised from the bottom or lowered from the top to provide two levels of ventilation. They are easy to maintain, as the sashes can be tilted inward in order to clean the interior and exterior glass surfaces. They are also a classic choice for any home, as they blend in seamlessly with both traditional and modern designs.
Garden windows are three-dimensional windows that protrude out beyond the outside wall of a structure, creating a little nook for objects to nest. Unlike bay windows, these windows are typically smaller in size and often placed above kitchen sinks. Their glass structure and design mirror the look of a greenhouse, and they capture the sun’s energy and create the perfect display space for flowers and potted plants.
Picture windows are large, fixed-pane windows that are coveted for the plentiful light and sizeable views that they provide. They have a simple design, essentially acting as a picture frame for the scenery outside the window, giving you a clear view of the outdoors without any obstructions. They are an incredibly versatile choice and can be used in combination with other windows for more architectural interest.
Slider windows are a sleek and modern choice for any home. They are horizontal, with sashes that slide left or right, rather than up and down like traditional windows. And, they are incredibly easy to operate, with well-maintained slider windows requiring little more than a finger to glide them open. These windows also provide plenty of ventilation, as well as expansive views of the outdoors.