Replacement Windows

Your windows are one of your home’s most important features. They have a big impact on your property’s curb appeal, and also affect the energy efficiency in your home. There are several reasons for this. The quality of your windows will help prevent energy from leaking in or out through drafts. The amount of natural light you have in your home affects how much artificial light you need. With new windows, you could reduce your energy need overall. With that in mind, if your existing windows begin to show wear and tear or are no longer working as they should, it might be time to consider having new windows installed.

Installing Replacement Windows

The following are some key points you’ll want to take into consideration when choosing new replacement windows for your home:

Armorvue Replacement Windows

Our windows are built using high-quality foam core insulating materials and Energy Star labeled glass to provide a high level of energy efficiency. We carry two main lines of windows: our Platinum Series windows and our Gold Series windows. We also offer a wide range of different types of windows that can be customized in a variety of ways to fit your needs and design style. Here at Armorvue we offer the following types of replacement windows:

Double Hung

Double-hung windows are a traditional style featuring two sashes. Our double-hung windows have operating sashes that allow you to open both the top and the bottom parts of the window independently. They also feature tilt-in sashes, which make the exterior surface of the window incredibly easy to clean.

Casement

Casement windows are attached to the side of the window frame and swing open. They can be installed as a single window or paired in twos. They’re easy to clean and typically bigger than double-hung windows. Casement windows are known for their ease in functionality and are a great choice for any home.

Awning

These windows are often installed higher up on walls to provide privacy or above other types of windows to help improve the view and airflow. Awning windows are similar to casement windows, only they are hinged at the top and open outward from the bottom instead of hinged on the side of the frame.

Slider

Slider windows are popular because they provide an unobstructed view of the outside and are easier to open than double-hung windows since they slide open and don’t have to be lifted open. Our slider windows are unique in that they have all the benefits of a typical slider window but feature swing-in sashes to make cleaning easier.

Bow

Bow windows are often used in living spaces, but can also be wrapped around the corner of a building. Bow windows bring in an abundance of natural light and offer a great panoramic view. The structure is curved as well, thereby creating a rounded appearance that can really update the entire look of your home and increase your curb appeal.

Bay

Bay windows are similar to bow windows but usually only consist of three windows — a static central window and two smaller windows on each side. Bay windows tend to reach out a little farther from the wall than a bow window as well.

Garden

Garden windows stick out from the exterior and provide shelf space within the window that you can use to display things like potted plants. Our garden windows are designed using trapezoidal operating casement windows and PVC-coated shelves making the possibility of what you can put in them endless.

Picture

Contrary to what you may think based on their size, picture windows actually can be very energy efficient. Picture windows are a great source of natural light inside, and they make a huge positive impact on a home’s curb appeal.

Shaped

Shaped windows are so versatile and can be customized to fit any room, any shape, and any design style.

Basement Hopper

Basement Hopper windows are a great choice for those dark corners of a basement, but they are also great for other rooms in the house that benefit from some natural light and ventilation like laundry rooms and bathrooms. Thanks to their small size, small operational footprint, and ease in function, they are a great addition to any home.

Glass Block

Glass block windows have come a long way since the days of glass block walls. These days they can be set in a window frame which gives them new life as a modern touch to any space in your home that requires a high level of privacy. With new advances in the design of these windows, we can even add a vent allowing for the privacy and ventilation you’re looking for.

To find out more about our wide selection of energy-efficient replacement windows, contact us today.