Replacement Windows

Energy efficient windows installed by an Energy Star Partner

Save up to $465 a year on your energy bill by installing Energy Star Windows

Make your home more energy-efficient by installing Energy Star Windows through Tri City Glass & Door, an Energy Star Partner. Not only are you making your home more sustainable, but when you replace your single-pane windows, you can save $112 to $465 a year on your energy bill, according to Energy Star. Additionally, you can receive up to $500 in tax credit* for installing Energy Star Windows.

Talk to your tax adviser to see if you qualify for a tax credit by installing Energy Star Windows.

 

Give your home a sharp look that’s both functional and beautiful

New windows not only give your home an updated look, but they also lock out harsh, cold winds and stand the test of all of Wisconsin’s seasons. Tri City Glass & Door can supply you with the best replacement windows for your home remodeling project, as well as window installation for new home construction. Stop by our showroom and let our expert staff assist you in selecting the options that are right for you.

The right window for any window replacement project

Make your home as unique as you are—choose from a full line of high-quality window styles including double and single hung, sliders, casement windows, awning windows, bay and bow windows, picture windows and garden windows.

Today’s replacement windows offer high efficiency and dozens of options for any type of home.

Replacement windows are available in wood and vinyl. Both types offer the highest in performance and value based on their performance. All of the windows can be customized to fix your existing openings. You can choose many glass packages, colors, grids, and even blinds that are sealed in between the panes of glass that eliminates the need to clean them. Some windows also tilt open for easy cleaning of the glass on both the interior and exterior.

The windows offer insulated glass, meaning that there are two panes of glass that are separated by a spacer bar. The spacer bar can be made from a variety of materials, and different manufacturers will use different materials. The purpose of the spacer bar is to create a dead air space between the two panes of glass. This will lessen the transfer of heat and cold from one pane to the other, making the inside of the home more comfortable, and lessening the chance of frost on the window. There is also a low-e coating that is applied to the inside of of the panes of glass, which is used to cut down on the UV rays from entering the home. It also acts as an insulator to help keep the sun from heating up the home and damaging floors and furnishings.

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If you are in need of new home windows, contact us today for a window replacement quote.

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