Are you considering window replacement for your home? Then congratulations, that is one of the best investments you can make in your home, according to re-sale statistics. New windows not only improve the curb-appeal of your home, but can significantly improve the efficiency of your home, lowering energy bills in both summer and winter months.
Elm Creek General Construction offers a wide variety of replacement windows to meet each individual homeowner’s needs. Some of the different types of replacement windows we offer are:
Double-Hung Windows – These are a common type of household replacement windows. Double-hung windows are comprised of two panels, with the bottom one able to slide up and down. Double-hung windows are easy to clean, versatile, and can be used with a screen or a window air conditioning unit.
Casement Windows – If you want the ability to let a lot of light and fresh air into your home, casement windows might be your best bet. A casement window is attached to the side of the window frame by hinges, allowing it to open completely and provide a large opening to the outdoors. Casement replacement windows can increase airflow through your home and are an excellent security solution, since they are very difficult for intruders to break through.
Bay Windows – This type of window extends outward from the side of your home. With one central, fixed window that is parallel to the wall and two more windows set at an angle on the side, bay windows provide a wide window sill that is perfect for displaying plants or creating a reading nook. Bay replacement windows can add great value to your home, provide lots of natural light and good ventilation, and can be incorporated into any type of home décor, from Victorian to modern.
These and other types of replacement windows come in many different arch styles, shapes, and colors to perfectly match your home’s décor. We also specialize in energy-efficient window options, including double-pane windows and soft coat low-E glass with argon gas for extra insulation, which is important in the extreme Texas climate.