Colorado Springs Replacement Windows Contractor
no other element shapes a room's personality more than
the right window.
Your Colorado replacement windows will be measured and installed
by our professional window installers. We can also help
you decide on exactly what type of windows will best
compliment your home from both the inside and out.
If you're thinking about window replacements, why wait any longer? The benefits start immediately. From enhancing your Colorado Springs home's interior to adding to its curb appeal, new windows transform a home from ordinary to outstanding. What's more, they provide one of the best returns on investment of any home improvement project.
What You Need To Know About Replacement Windows
Why should I buy custom replacement windows?
Quite simply, because they fit properly. Holladay Brothers Construction will measure each of your window openings to ensure a proper fit. These measurements are sent to the manufacturer so that the window can be manufactured to fit your home.
What is the difference between vinyl, wood and aluminum?
Vinyl windows are becoming more popular due to their durability and long lasting beauty. Vinyl windows never need painting and do not show scratches like aluminum or wood windows. Vinyl is also a good insulator, unlike aluminum, which is a good conductor of heat, and vinyl windows do not swell and shrink like wood windows when the temperature fluctuates. But just because the window is a vinyl window doesn't make it superior. Be sure to research the design, engineering, and manufacturing of the window to help you make the decision about what window is the right window for you.
What is R-factor?
R-factor stands for resistance. The higher the R-factor, the greater the amount of insulation the window provides. Because most of your Colorado home's heat loss is through windows and doors it is important that you consider the R-factor when purchasing your windows and doors.
What is Low-E?
Low-E stands for Low-Emissivity, which measures the
amount of heat transferred through the glass. In short,
it is what allows your windows to keep you warm in the
winter and cooler in the summer. Not all Low-E glass is
the same so be sure to ask about the different Low-E