Energy Efficient Window Installation

New Windows Can Help You Save

Typically, homeowners only opt to replace their windows when several are broken or otherwise not functioning properly. If you have old or damaged windows you could be spending a lot of extra money on your energy bill. Modern window technology has greatly improved, and you could have easy to use, energy efficient windows installed in your home at an affordable price. This investment in your home’s protection will allow you to enjoy more consistent indoor temperatures and savings on your energy bill. With several style, feature, and color combinations available, there’s sure to be a perfect replacement window for your home. You’re just a click or call away from a free consultation and quote on your energy efficient window installation service.

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Energy Efficient Window Installation Services

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New windows are an investment in your home. They provide protection from the elements, proper ventilation, pleasing aesthetics, and directly impact your home’s energy efficiency. If your windows are damaged or were poorly installed, you may be making your HVAC system work harder than it should to keep you comfortable. Properly installed energy efficient windows can help lower that burden while providing added curb appeal to your home as well. We even offer financing options to help make the cost of your new windows more affordable. When you choose energy efficient window installation by the home improvement pros at Emmons, you’re getting quality products, quality installation, and quality service.

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Why Choose Emmons for Energy Efficient Window Installation?

As a licensed and insured window installation contractor, you can rely on Emmons to install your new energy efficient windows right the first time. With more than 30 years of experience, we can handle replacing and installing any number, shape, size or type of energy efficient windows that you need.
Our focus is always on customer service, and we want to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your new windows. We’ll answer any questions you may have about the windows and the installation process and will provide you with a free, no-obligation quote.

Benefits of New Energy Efficient Windows

If you have an older home with single-pane windows, modern windows will be a huge upgrade. Even if you have a newer home with basic, builder-grade windows, you could benefit from the technological advancements in today’s windows. There are many features and options available that help with your window’s energy efficiency. You can opt for Argon gas between the panes, extra insulation in the frame, and even UV coating on the glass. Regardless of the age or style of your home, new energy efficient windows are always a worthwhile upgrade.

Energy Efficiency Factors

  • Glazing / Multiple Panes
  • Low-E Glass Coating
  • Gas Between Panes
  • Proper Installation
  • Frame Construction

Energy Efficient Window Materials

The materials that make up your windows are more than just for affordability and aesthetics. When you are interested in energy-efficient replacement window installation, there are many factors to consider.

The most commonly installed windows are wood and vinyl. As Andersen Certified Contractor, Starlight Skylights Certified Installer, ABC Supply Preferred Contractor, and Pella Certified Contractor, you can trust our energy-efficient window installation experts at Emmons to properly install your new windows. We also install energy-efficient Andersen wood and ProVia vinyl windows.

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ProVia Windows & Doors
Vinyl Energy Efficient Windows

Vinyl Windows

Known for versatility and durability, vinyl windows are usually made of high-quality extruded polyvinyl chloride that doesn’t need to be sealed or painted. They come in a wide range of colors and finishes, that won’t fade over time. They are a cheaper alternative to wood windows, and they are available in several “grades” and customizable options from the manufacturers we work with.

Wood Energy Efficient Windows

Wood Windows

The most traditional and energy efficient type of window is made of wood. The downside to wood windows is that they need to be maintained regularly and can be damaged by the elements if not properly cared for. They are usually built with Douglas fir or pine. They need to be stained or painted to be preserved and can provide lasting protection for your home.

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Types of Energy Efficient Windows We Install

Regardless of the style of your home, Emmons can install new energy efficient windows that will help keep you comfortable all year long. Most window styles are determined by their location in the house but you do have options when choosing between single-hung, double-hung, and casement windows. If it’s time to replace your windows or you simply want to upgrade, we’re here to help.

Single Hung Window

Single-Hung Windows

Known as the most standard type of window, single-hung windows come in a variety of materials and customizable insulative properties. They are incredibly affordable and are a great replacement option.

Double Hung Window Replacement

Double-Hung Windows

Providing the same look and feel of single-hung, double-hung windows actually open on the top and bottom. With the extra moving parts, it’s important to make sure they are closed tightly after opening.

Bay Window

Bay Windows

When windows protrude from your home they may be more exposed to the elements. We recommend that bay windows have a UV coating and insulated panes to prevent heat transfer.

Casement Window

Casement Windows

Used to create great sightlines, casement windows have less framing than standard windows that are side by side. It’s important to choose well-insulated replacement casement windows.

Sliding Window

Sliding Windows

When not functioning properly, sliding windows may not seal when closed. This seal is vital for keeping your internal temperature consistent. It’s important to keep the track clean and latch when not in use.

Skylight Window


A common location for heat loss, skylights can severely impact your energy bill if not installed properly. They receive the most sunlight and are more exposed to the elements than vertical windows.

Contact Our Energy Efficient Window Installation Pros

When it comes to protecting your home, no one does it better than Emmons. We’re best known for our expert roofing, siding, and window replacement services. We love the opportunity to help homeowners save on their energy bills by providing quality craftsmanship and excellent customer service. Our team will work with you to provide honest recommendations about which new energy efficient windows would be best for your home. Contact us today for a free quote.

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