Window installation for your NJ home need not be a hassle. Take a step-by-step approach whether you need one window or many.
First, decide what window frame material you prefer. Vinyl, wood and fiberglass are popular choices. Second, choose the best window style for your needs. You might stick with the style you’re replacing, or you might switch to one that matches up well with your personal tastes.
Third, decide how energy-efficient you want it to be. The temperature extremes in the Tri-state area make Energy Star-rated windows a wise choice. They reduce energy use and limit the damaging effects of the sun’s UV radiation. Finally, you’ll want to find a local, reputable home improvement contractor you can trust. A contractor factory-certified by a leading building products manufacturer is a wise choice.
When you replace your windows, you can stick with the same style, or you can choose a different look. Single hung and double hung windows are popular. So are casement, bow, bay, slider, hopper, awning and garden windows.