Replacement Windows

When shopping for replacement windows, look for the NFRC label which provides information on how energy efficient a window is. Consider double-glazed windows. These offer better insulation and help reduce outside noise.

Also look for windows that offer a low "E-2" coating and use argon gas between the panes. Features like these will help keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

If your existing window frames are still in good condition, you may want to consider an insert replacement window. These are designed to fit into an existing window frame and will save you the time and the cost of a complete window tear out. And look for an extruded aluminum clad exterior with a virtually maintenance-free finish.