Attractive Wood Replacement Windows
Install Natural Wood Windows in Your Home
Wood is one of the original materials used to create windows dating back to the 13th century B.C. Wood windows are still used today because they offer a classic, handcrafted look and incredible durability. If you are looking to install new windows in your home, wood replacement windows are a great choice. They offer unmatched customizability in size, shape, color and energy efficiency. The natural beauty of wood paired with a stain or paint that compliments your home is sure to increase your curb appeal.
No matter the current style or type of windows you have in your home, installing new wood replacement windows is a welcomed upgrade. While they do require a little more maintenance than other window types, they will fit your home well and will withstand the test of time.
If you’re looking to replace your windows in South Jersey or the Greater Philadelphia area, Emmons Roofing & Siding is the trusted choice for homeowners. We are licensed and insured in both NJ and PA and install a full line of Andersen wood replacement windows. We are proud to provide material and workmanship warranties for your window replacement project.
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Energy Efficient and Durable Wood Windows
If you have old, drafty windows it may be time to install new ones. Wood replacement windows offer more than a nice aesthetic. They are a great insulator because wood is not a good conductor of heat. Wooden windows also are built to last and can withstand the elements when well maintained. Over time your new wooden windows won’t expand or contract with extreme changes in temperature, thus keeping their seal intact longer than other window materials. Technological advancements in windowpanes for added energy-efficiency are also available on wood frame windows.
Why Choose Emmons for Your Wood Replacement Windows?
We provide wood replacement window installation services that are backed by full material and workmanship warranties. With more than 30 years of experience installing replacement windows in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, we can handle replacing any number, shape, size, or type of windows that you need. Our licensed and insured window installers can outfit your home with new, energy-efficient wood windows that are built to last. When you choose Emmons, you will receive excellent customer service with a transparent project estimate that doesn’t have any hidden fees. Contact us for a free window replacement estimate.
The Perfect Fit and Function
Whether you live in a cape cod, split-level, colonial, or a more modern design, wood windows can complement any home. From sliding panes to static picture windows, there are many styles of wood replacement windows you can choose from which are sure to provide you with the amount of light, ventilation, and accessibility you desire. As an Andersen Certified Contractor you know you’re in capable hands.
Single-hung or single-sash wood windows are a standard residential window option consisting of two vertical sashes (panels). Homeowners can typically choose whether they would like the top or bottom sash to slide open vertically for ventilation.
Windows with two vertical sashes (panels) that slide up and down independently are called “double-hung.” They are a versatile window that even can tilt inward or outward for easy cleaning, decorating, and maintenance.
Bumping out from the exterior of your house creating a small nook inside of the room, bay windows are a great way to create a panoramic view that allows extra light into your home. They typically consist of two single- or double-hung windows and a picture window.
Traditionally constructed with a hinge on the side or top, wood casement windows use a crank or lever to open them upward or to the side. They are great for hard-to-reach areas like above sinks or bathtubs and provide a great unobstructed view.
Wood Windows That Match Any Home
No matter what type of home you have or your style preference, wooden windows are perfect for you. Wood replacement windows can be stained or painted any color to match your siding or add a pop of color to your home. They also come in several unique styles and wood options.
Known to be one of the most affordable woods, pine is also quite durable and ideal for wood windows. It is a softwood that lends well to carving and staining.
A popular choice for style and color, cedar is one of the most weather-resistant softwoods. That is why it is used in many exterior building products.
With a reddish-brown tine and straight, pronounced grain, Douglas Fir is a popular choice for windows because it is a harder type of softwood that is very durable.
Rich in color, this straight grain hardwood takes to staining very well. It is a highly-renowned exotic wood known for its quality, making it a most costly option.
Known for its pronounced grain pattern, this hardwood is a very popular choice for building materials because its easy to work with, strong, and durable.
While known for its natural, darker tone, cherry stains easily to match any home. It offers a smooth textured finish with a close grain that will stand the test of time.
Why Install Wood Replacement Windows in Your Home?
If you have leaking, stuck, drafty, or old windows, they can be costing you money or even causing damage to your home. Wood replacement windows can not only remedy the issues you’re experiencing but they can also add a nice aesthetic and character to your home. When it comes to attractive and durable window construction, it’s hard to beat the strength and customizable qualities of wooden windows.
Custom Wood Replacement Window Solutions
New windows will help improve your home’s energy-efficiency while providing additional curb appeal. When it comes to wood replacement windows, the experts at Emmons will help you maximize the return on your investment. A completely customizable solution, wooden windows will fit any part of your home regardless of size and location. If you want to add beauty and functionality to your home, contact the wood window replacement experts at Emmons for a free consultation today.