Home Window Replacement
Emmons Installs Energy Efficient Windows
Most of the time, homeowners don’t think about replacing their windows unless there’s a major problem. However, did you know that you can greatly improve the energy efficiency of your home with new windows? Whether your windows are damaged, drafty or don’t function correctly, Emmons can install new ones. We are insured and licensed home window replacement contractors who serve the Jersey Shore, South Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania. When you choose us to replace your old and worn windows with energy efficient windows, you’ll enjoy more consistent indoor temperatures and energy cost savings. Our technicians are happy to provide more information when you contact us for an estimate.
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Replacing damaged, worn windows has many benefits. Energy efficient windows can help keep your home more comfortable. They prevent cooled and heated air from escaping your home, which reduces how much your HVAC system needs to run. As a result, you’ll spend less on utility bills. Home window replacement services can also enhance your home’s curb appeal, increasing its overall value. If you’re ready to upgrade, Emmons can install a full line of ProVia vinyl and Andersen wood windows. We’re an Andersen Certified Contractor, ABC Supply Preferred Contractor, Pella Certified Contractor and Starlight Skylights Certified Installer. Best of all, we make it easy to afford window replacement with our financing options.
Why Replace Your Home’s Windows?
There are several reasons why you may need home window replacement. If you feel a breeze around your windows even when they’re shut, that’s a sign that it’s time to replace your windows. This draft could indicate a faulty seal, poor installation, frame damage or something else. Replacing your current windows with energy efficient windows is the best solution. Another reason to replace your windows is the buildup of condensation between the glass layers. This problem indicates that the seal has failed.
If your window frames are chipped, soft or water damaged, it’s definitely time for a home window replacement. Usually, these issues mean that the windows will start to sag if they don’t already, and replacement is the only option. You could also need a window replacement if you have trouble opening, closing or locking your windows. If your existing windows let a lot of outdoor noise inside of your home, you can replace them with double- or triple-pane windows with Argon or Krypton gas insulation. No matter why you want to replace your home’s windows, Emmons can handle your project.
Common Reasons for a Home Window Replacement
- Window won’t open or close
- Draft around the edges
- Water leaking in
- Window won’t stay open
- Can hear noise outside
- Broken balance
- Foggy glass
- Cracked windowpane
- Broken window frame
Why Choose Emmons for Your Home Window Replacement?
You can rely on Emmons to replace your residential windows correctly the first time. All of our contractors are licensed and insured in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, so you know that you’re getting quality, professional workmanship when you choose us for your home window replacement project. With more than 30 years of experience, we can handle replacing and installing any number, shape, size or type of windows that you need, including energy efficient windows.
We focus on delivering exceptional customer service. If you need more information about windows to make an informed decision regarding which ones to install, our technicians are happy to provide it. We offer honest recommendations based on the style and size of your home. All of our estimates are transparent and don’t have hidden fees.
Replacement Window Types
Windows do more than protect your interior and let fresh air and light into your house. They also influence the aesthetics and affect whether your home appears traditional or modern. With a home window replacement, you can customize what your windows look like and how they function. At Emmons, we have a variety of styles and types to choose from so that you get the perfect fit for your needs and preferences. Here’s some basic information about the types of windows that we can install.
Single-hung or single-sash windows consist of two vertical sashes or panels. Typically, only the bottom sashes slide up and down. However, you can get single-hung windows with upper sashes that slide up and down instead.
Also called double-sash windows, these windows have two vertical sashes or panels that both slide up and down. During your home window replacement, you can choose to have the sashes tilt outward for easy cleaning and maintenance.
Creating a small nook inside of your home, bay windows stick out from the exterior of your house. Although they look like they curve out, they consist of three flat windows that sit in angled frames. They provide additional curb appeal for your home.
Compared to panel windows, casement windows have a less obstructed view of the outside. Typically, two solid glass panes are installed next to each other, and you can open them upward or to the side.
Sliding windows consist of two single window panels that sit next to each other and slightly overlap near the frame. Since they’re installed on a track, you slide one panel over the other to open it.
If you have no space on your walls to install windows, skylights are a great alternative that come in electric, fixed and manual varieties. During your home window replacement, we install them parallel with your roof’s slope.
Home Window Replacement Materials
Wood and vinyl are the main materials used in the construction of windows, and each type has strong points. Since Emmons is a Starlight Skylights Certified Installer, ABC Supply Preferred Contractor and Pella Certified Contractor, you can trust in our technicians to perform quality home window replacement services. We can install ProVia vinyl and Andersen wood windows as well.
Largely made of high-quality extruded polyvinyl chloride, vinyl windows never need to be sealed or painted. Contrary to popular belief, they’re available in a wide range of colors and finishes, including dark, rich shades that don’t fade. The fact that they’re cheaper than wood windows makes them a very attractive option for many home window replacement projects.
Often built with Douglas fir or pine on the inside, wood window exteriors are covered with fiberglass, extruded aluminum or PVC. They’re an attractive option because you can keep the natural wood color if you want. In addition, wood windows are energy efficient because they don’t transfer warm or cool temperatures from outdoors.
Emmons Home Window Replacement Process
Emmons wants you to understand the entire process for your home window replacement project before it begins. Whether you’re looking for the most aesthetically pleasing windows or the most energy efficient windows, our team can answer any questions that you have during the project with full transparency. Don’t hesitate to contact us today to discuss your specific questions or to schedule a free estimate. Here’s an overview of our window replacement process.
- Window Replacement Project Consultation
You can request a free in-person consultation so that Emmons can give you an accurate estimate of window replacement project costs. We'll then schedule a time to discuss the materials and types of energy efficient windows that you want.
- Window Sizing
With your home window replacement project underway, an Emmons expert will visit your house to measure the sizes of your windows. Then, we'll be able to order the correct sizes from the manufacturer. While the expert is there, feel free to ask any questions. You can also call us any time.
- Window Installation
When the Emmons team arrives with your new windows, the technicians will start removing the old frames, jamb liners and sashes. Next, they'll caulk and insulate the openings before installing the new windows that you ordered. Before completing your project, the team will do some shimming, caulking and sealing to secure your energy efficient windows in place.
- Window Replacement Project Review
After the labor part of your home window replacement is finished, one of our team members will connect with you again to make sure that you're satisfied with the work that our experts did. This final touch is part of our commitment to providing superior customer service when installing energy efficient windows.