Window Replacement Experts
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Energy Efficient Window Renewal
If you put all the windows in your home next to each other, they would make up at least a quarter of all the exterior walls.
Outdated and drafty windows can be a drain for your utility bills and your comfort. At Remodel Go, we offer ENERGY STAR rated vinyl window replacements that are completely maintenance-free and a certified installation process that reflects savings on your heating and cooling bills.
Our choices of window styles and options will help you renew your home’s esthetic edge.
Quality Work, Quality Products
A Variety Of Window Styles
Double Hung Windows
Timeless classic with plenty of ventilation. Double hung windows have two operable tilt-to-clean sashes. Open them from the top, bottom, or both.
Easiest operation and convenience. Slider windows easily glide from one side or the other. Open them from left to right, right to left, or both.
Also known as crank windows. Casement windows are full top to bottom ventilation that helps harness the lightest breeze for fresh air circulation. Open to the left or right.
Enjoy the beautiful views outside your home. Picture windows have the least obstructed view and add curb appeal. Pictures windows do not open.
Instant addition of curb appeal and a focal point to a home. Bay windows protrude outside beyond the walls and make any room feel bigger and lighter.
Bow windows are similar to bay windows except they offer a curved appearance instead of squared. Bow windows are excellent for large openings.
Hinged at the top, awning windows crank open from the bottom to create an awning effect that keeps rain out.
Custom made to any shape and form to fit your home. Architectural windows like picture windows are not operational.
Also known as European-style windows that feature dual-action hardware, allowing them to slightly tilt or fully open inward.
Customized For Your Home
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Standard Window Features
100% Virgin Vinyl
Our windows are built with first-generation vinyl and include no added materials. Virgin vinyl is proven to be more robust, more pliable, and thus more durable - especially in the Midwest climate where temperatures go from one extreme to another.
Double or Triple-Pane
Our replacement windows have two or three glass layers joined together to create a sealed chamber that acts as a thermal buffer. This reduces direct heat transfer through the glass as well as helps prevent ice build-up. Triple-pane glass units are only available in certain styles and sizes of windows.
Fusion Welded Construction
Our windows include fusion-welded construction for remarkable structural integrity that significantly exceeds ordinary mechanical window design's strength. Fusion welding makes our window frames and sashes stronger and creates an impermeable seal.
Dual Layered Low-E
Our energy-efficient vinyl windows come standard with two layers of Low-E glazing. Low-E is a micro-thin silver-based coating baked onto the glass surface that helps minimize UV and infrared light from penetrating the glass. Keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter will directly correlate with energy bills.
Our multi-chambered vinyl frame offers superior strength along with optimal thermal performance. The multiple numbers of internal walls within each profile also enhance acoustic performance. You will immediately notice the added tranquility in any room.
Argon Glass Filling
Our thermal glass units ensure the climate in your home is stable, regardless of the seasons. Argon is a non-toxic, odorless gas that is heavier than air and helps reduce the convection between the panes of glass. It also offsets water vapor to prevent condensation inside the insulated glass unit.
Our double-hung and slider windows have meeting rail profiles with an integrated interlocking system where the sash frames engage along their interface and pull tightly together. This unique feature reduces air infiltration and increases security.
Our windows are certified by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association. To be approved, all windows require to pass three tests: Air Leakage, Water Leakage, and Structural Strength. This certification, along with an AAMA certified installation process, gives our customers peace of mind.
Why Replace Your Windows? Window FAQs
The most obvious way to know that it is time to replace your windows is when it's difficult to see out of them. There is condensation between the two panes of glass, or the window looks foggy. You may also experience draftiness, hear a lot of outside noise, and experience difficulty in operation.
Generally, you can expect vinyl windows to last between 20-25 years. If you built the house after 2000, it is not unusual for you to start seeing issues with your windows. Original construction windows are typically the lowest quality and may require replacement sooner.
It depends on your situation. If you plan to put the house up for sale within the next three months and your current windows are good enough to pass an inspection, replacing them might not be the best option. However, if you plan to stay in your home for the next few years, replacing them is worth it and then some. By replacing your windows sooner than later, you can enjoy more comfort, lower energy bills, and less maintenance while maintaining the home's value.
Statistically, you can expect to recoup about 75-85% of your cost to replace windows while increasing the home's market value.
Replacing windows is not at the top of the most exciting home improvement projects. So, we understand that a window project's cost is an essential factor in your decision-making process. The reality is that replacement windows are custom built for your home; therefore, prices vary. Factors that influence a window's cost include Window Style, Window Size, Interior/Exterior Color Finish, Tempered Glass, and Grid Options.
We would be happy to go over all your options and provide pricing during your FREE in-home estimate
Low E is a micro-thin silver-based coating on the glass that reflects or absorbs energy appropriately. Low E stands for low-emissivity. It measures the amount of radiant heat transferred through the glass.
No, we do not install windows or doors that are not purchased through our company. We cannot properly warranty products that are not provided by our trusted manufacturing partners. We will only install products from the manufacturers that we are certified with.
From the time you green-light a project with us to the time it is fully installed on your home, the average time frame is 4-10 weeks. The time frame depends on the time it takes to manufacture the products you have chosen to purchase. We will update you appropriately throughout the entire process.