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Window Replacement

Upgrading your windows is one of the only home improvement projects that beautifies your home from both the inside and outside. Our team will help you choose the right replacement windows that will meet your usage needs and that will provide the perfect aesthetic appeal for your home.

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Types of Windows We Offer

We only promote the highest quality window brands, we work with Andersen, Milgard, Simonton, and Jeld Wen to name a few. By working with multiple manufacturers and suppliers, we are not constrained by limited product lines or distribution agreements of a single supplier. We offer replacement windows of all materials and functions, including vinyl, aluminum, wood, fiberglass and various clad products.

Awning Window Replacement

Awning Windows

Like casement windows, awning windows are hinged and open outward , the main difference is that these windows are hinged at the top. They are available in both crank and push out styles. Awning windows fit very well in tight spaces.

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Bay and Bow Window Replacement

Bow and Bay Windows

These window sets are curved and extend outward from your home. Bay windows are comprised of 3 window panels that curve at either a 30 or a 45 degree angle. A bow window unit can have 3 to 5 panels that curve at 10 degrees each.

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Casement Window Replacement

Casement Windows

​Casement windows are hinged on one side and typically have a crank mechanism used to open the window. Some casement window models use a “push out” system meaning once you unlock the window, you simply push it open.

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Double Hung Window Replacement

Double Hung Windows

​Double Hung windows offer ventilation from both the bottom, like a single hung window and the top! This allows you to open either sashes independently or together. The top sash slides downward and the bottom sash slides upward to open.

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Picture Window Replacement

Picture Windows

​Picture windows do not open, and are the best option when trying to “preserve the view”. With nothing but clean, clear glass you get an unobstructed view and the most efficient windows on the market. With HUGE sizes possible, the view’s the limit!

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Single Hung Window Replacement

Single Hung Windows

With one operating sash that slides up to open, single hung windows are popular because they are easy to operate, very energy efficient and are usually less expensive than other window designs. They fit well in smaller rooms and areas with little wall space.

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Window Replacement FAQs

What are the benefits of replacing my windows?2021-11-18T16:15:25+00:00

There are many benefits associated with replacing your older windows. Below we highlight some of the top benefits:

1. Aesthetic Appeal – Window replacement is one of the only home improvement projects that increases the beauty of your home both inside and out. So, enjoy increased curb appeal as well as a new aesthetic appeal of your home’s interior.

2. Easier/Less Maintenance – New technology incorporated in today’s replacement windows have reduced the amount of maintenance required as well as increased durability and lifespan. More options are also available that allow you to clean your windows exterior from the inside of your home, meaning you don’t need to get out the ladder to ensure your windows are crystal clear.

3. Increased Comfort – Replacement windows will eliminate any drafts and cold/warm spots in your home. This means there will be a uniform temperature throughout your home. As well, newer windows reduce the amount of exterior noise that is able to penetrate your home, meaning less distractions and disturbance. Both these benefits increase your comfort level within your home.

4. Reduced Energy Costs – High quality replacement windows will help increase your home’s energy efficiency by reducing heat gain/loss. This means that your heating and cooling systems will not need to work as hard to maintain your desired internal temperature in your home. It has been estimated that energy efficient replacement windows can help homeowners reduce their energy consumption by up to 25%.

5. Increased Home Value – Replacing the windows in your home has been shown to positively impact the value of your home. Because of all the benefits mentioned above, a home with new windows is more appealing to potential home buyers, and they are willing to pay a premium to take advantage of these benefits. If you are considering selling your home in the near future, know that replacing your windows will yield a great return on investment.

How do you know when windows need to be replaced?2021-11-18T16:16:24+00:00

The top indicator of when you should be replacing your windows is their age. On average windows come with a 20 – 25 year warranty, however there are some window manufacturers that provide warranties as low as 15 years. Age is not the only indicator that you may need to replace your windows. Here are a few of the more common signs that you should be looking into a window replacement for your home:

1. Damaged Windows – Damaged windows pose a safety risk, they are no longer energy efficient and can be an entry point for bugs and rodents. Some damage, like broken glass or cracked frames are easier to spot than other damage, like warped frames. Inspecting your windows annually will help you notice any potential issues and damages.

2. Difficulty Operating – Years of continual use can cause your window frames and tracks to wear out and create divots or grooves. Over time this wear can make regular operation of your window more difficult. Depending on the severity of the wear, your windows may even become stuck open or closed.

3. Condensation Build Up – When the seals of double or triple pane glass begin to fail, they not only lose their efficiency, but air is now able to flow in between the panes of glass, which leads to condensation or fog to form in between your glass. If your windows were gas filed, this gas has also been let out as the window is no longer air tight.

4. Increased Energy Bills – Energy efficient windows help reduce the energy consumption in your home as they reduce heat loss and gain. When windows begin to wear, drafts occur and the seals begin to fail. This means an increase in warm air escaping and entering your home throughout the year. This leads to your heating and cooling system needing to work harder to maintain your ideal internal home temperature, which in turn increases energy consumption. If you notice that your energy bills have increased unexpectedly lately, this can be because your older windows have lost their efficiency.

Can I install replacement windows myself?2021-11-18T16:18:24+00:00

A skilled DIYer with the right tools can install a replacement window, but just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. The process of replacing windows can be complicated, especially when unexpected issues arise, like when the window opening is no longer square. Professional window contractors are experienced and proficient with measuring for replacement windows, removing old windows and installing new replacement windows.

They have come across a variety of issues and know how to overcome them for the perfect window install. Window manufacturers do not provide a labour warranty, this is covered by the contractor. If the window is installed improperly, this can lead to a host of issues and may even void the manufacturer’s warranty as the window was not installed by a professional contractor.

How do I prepare my house for replacement windows?2021-11-18T16:20:57+00:00

Making sure your home is prepared and ready for the replacement window installation will help make the process easier and hassle-free for the contractors. Here are a few steps you should take to prepare your home:

1. Be Home – It is important that the homeowner or another adult is home during the installation period to grant the contractors access to the interior of the home. It is a good idea for this individual to be home for the entire installation process, in case there are any issues or questions that need your attention.

2. Clear Pathways – Clear the way for the contractors to be able to maneuver into the rooms they need access to while carrying tools and large, heavy replacement windows. Move any items that may be blocking hallways, or that can be damaged if bumped into, like vases and side tables. Don’t forget to clear the areas outside of your home that crew members will need to access to get to your windows. Planters, tables, chairs and garbage cans should be moved away from the exterior walls of your home to grant easier access.

3. Remove All Window Coverings – Taking down all window covering allows for easy access to the work area, as well as prevents any potential damage from occurring to them. It is also a good idea to take down any photos, mirrors or other items hanging on the walls near your windows.

4. Turn Off Your HVAC System – The process of replacing windows leads to heating and cooling loss within your home. Turning off your air conditioning and heating systems will save energy and the associated cost during the installation period. You can turn your system back on once the project is completed for the day.

Great overall service and quality windows, highly recommend. This is an owner/operator business, so you’re not dealing with a whole bunch of corporate nonsense.

Chris Miller
CTEWS redid the siding, replaced rotten plywood, rotten decking, all the trim, new windows & painted everything. All for a very fair price! Best of all though, was the service.
Debbie Watson

Great communication and his guys went above and beyond in purchasing new wood trim (which they painted) to frame around the window. They have my appreciation and strong recommendation.

Paul Hickernell

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