Flexible & Airy
Royal Casement Windows
Add a lovely, old-world charm to your home with side-hinged casement windows. Crank them open to the right or the left in any degree of your choosing and allow top to bottom ventilation in kitchen, bedroom or bath. Group them in different combinations for a stunning effect.
A Trusted Friend
UNCOMMON EXTERIOR SOLUTIONS
We’re Here to Help
A beautiful home shouldn’t mean a lifetime of toil. With our banking connections, we’ll help you set up a payment plan that’s flexible and hassle-free. There’s no need for a home loan to get the perfect look for your home. Talk to us and we’ll be happy to walk you through all the payment plans available. Contact us today and let’s get started on creating your dream home.
The most common window style we will install is a Double Hung window, which means that both top and bottom sashes operate, giving the ability to better clean the windows and manipulate the outdoor wind some depending on how you set the sashes. In some cases, the customers want to go with a Slider option which is essentially a Double-Hung on its side as it were or a Casement which looks like a Picture Set window but actually cranks outward.
Whether it’s an Insert Window or Full Unit Replacement; both applications are seamless in that by the time we’re finished installing the window, it will look very clean and uniform. With insert windows, the application requires scoring and removing blind stops from either the inside or outside of the window. Once removed then you take out the Top sash, Bottom Sash, and Side Rails. You then slide the insert window in place, nail the Blind Stops back in place, and then caulk it. It’s a very quick process all things considered. No interior or exterior trim would have ever been interfered with or touched with this application. An insert window is by definition a window that’s already in a boxed frame installed in an existing frame. A Full Unit Application consists of removing 100% of the window anatomy including interior and exterior trim. Exterior trim is replaced but interior trim is carefully scored, removed and then nailed back in. Once everything is installed back then we caulk it and provide any minor paint touch up required.
Our windows come with standard glass equipment such as Double Pane Double Strength Glass, Low-E, Argon Gas which is usually what is required to meet or exceed Energy Star ratings. Depending on what the consumer may need we may suggest supplementing the glass packages with an additional layer of glass (Triple Pane Glass) for extreme weather conditions. If they are near a freeway or high car traffic area then we’d opt to go with Laminated glass which offers a quieter experience. All options will be energy star rated and while some window manufacturers rate better than others; I always tell the consumers that we’re talking about pennies and not dollars worth of savings with energy bills. Vinyl more than anything else offers more insulation options just based on how the actual sash windows are constructed and manufactured with hollow vinyl channels vs. a PVC, Fiberglass, or Aluminum window which are solid and don’t allow for interior sash insulation. The trade-off, in this case, is that the PVC, Fiberglass, and Aluminum are solid and naturally give the windows more structural integrity and weight coupled with double strength glass may make a consumer feel better if they are concerned with extreme weather conditions. Again it all comes down to solving legitimate concerns with legitimate solutions and more importantly real results.