Window Installation Residential

Replacement windows, or retrofit windows, are a great way to improve energy efficiency in your home without the cost of a new construction window installation.  A replacement window will allow for the installation of a double pane or triple pane window without the labor cost and stucco damage.  It often can be done without a building permit, depending on your cities building codes.  A replacement window installation will reduce drafts, help maintain a comfortable temperature in your home, reduce outside noise, and help eliminate condensation on your windows.

New Construction window installation is an option to consider if you have existing frame damage, window leakage, if you to plan re-configure the window design or when planning a remodel.  Choosing new construction opens up the plan to be as creative as you like; your Ames Glass Window and Doors representative will be there to help you determine the best size and style for your window installation.

Click below to see examples of style and operating systems.

Horizontal Slider

Single Hung

Awning windows are hinged on top and open outward, enabling ventilation without letting in rain or falling leaves. Screens are on the inside of the window, where they're more protected from the elements. Awning windows are often used for basements because they can be placed high on the wall and easily operate with a turn of the handle. They are a great choice to pair with non-operable windows, such as above or below a picture window, since awning windows are generally smaller in size than double hungs, casements or sliders. Explore Milgard awning windows by product line or frame material below.

Awning Window

Arch and Radius Window

Picture Window

Bay and Bow Windows

Double Hung

Casement   Window