Most Efficient
Windows Installation
in Springfield, MA

Lower your energy bills and give your home instant curb appeal.

  • ENERGY STAR® windows
  • Windows brands for every tase and budget
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Home Value and Energy Efficiency

Do energy-efficient windows increase home values?
Yes! In addition to helping save on your energy bills, replacing and upgrading windows can have a direct impact on the value of your home. Window replacement may not be the most noticeable home improvement project, but its impact on your home’s equity is certain.
According to 2018 data from Remodeling Magazine, the national return-on-investment (ROI) average for wood window replacement is 69.5%, higher on average than popular midrange projects such as a major kitchen remodel (59%), bathroom addition (59.9%), or a backyard patio (47.6%)
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Benefits of Window Replacement

Help Lower Energy Bills

Poor performing windows to heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer. Replace your old windows with one of our many energy efficient, ENERGY STAR® certified options.

Energy Efficiency

Lessen your impact on the environment by replacing your old windows with one of our many energy-efficient, ENERGY STAR® certified options.

Curb Appeal

With a wide array of wood types and stains, colors, grille patterns and hardware finishes, replacement windows are a great way to update your home’s style.

Smart Home

Lessen your impact on the environment by replacing your old windows with one of our many energy-efficient, ENERGY STAR® certified options.

No More Scraping!

Gone are the days of scraping and painting your old windows.
New replacement windows
are available in several
different materials that are
virtually maintenance-free.

Improved Functionality

If your old windows are stuck or hard to open, it may be time to replace them. Or, perhaps you’d like to change the type of window for improved ventilation.

Explore a wide variety of home window styles and shapes and find the perfect complement to your home

Awning Windows

Awning windows are hinged on the top and open outward from the bottom, allowing for ventilation and protection from the rain. Often placed higher on wallsfor privacy or combined with other windows for a better view.

Gliding Windows

Gliding windows operate in a horizontal fashion to allow for full top to bottom ventilation. Because they don't open outward they are an excellent choice for
rooms that face walkways, porches or decks.

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows are created by combining three or more windows together so that they angle out beyond the house wall, allowing more light in and giving you extra space inside your room.

Picture Windows

Picture windows are stationary and do not open. This makes them more energy efficient and allows for larger sizes than a window that vents. Often used in combinations to maximize the view.

Casement Windows

Casement windows crank open outward to the left or right allowing for full top to bottom ventilation. Common above kitchen sinks, casement windows give you the flexibility to group them in stunning combinations.

Specialty Shape Windows

Specialty shape windows let you choose from a variety of uncommon shapes, including elegant arches, striking angles and compelling curves.

Single & Double-Hung Windows

Double-hung windows have two sash that move up and down allowing for maximum ventilation. Single-hung windows allow ventilation through the lower sash. Both offer easy cleaning from inside your home and remain flush with the wall, making them ideal for patios or walkways.

Pass-Through Windows

Pass-through windows are multi-functional and occupy less space than an open door while still
offering ample convenience, ventilation and natural light.

Not sure what type of roof you want?

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