Storm Window Installation
Storm windows are an additional layer of protection installed over existing windows, helping to improve energy efficiency by reducing air leakage and heat loss. They also provide added insulation, noise reduction, and protection against harsh weather conditions, making them a smart investment for homeowners looking to save on energy bills and improve comfort levels.
Why Storm Windows Are Beneficial To Your Home?
Storm windows are a cost-effective solution to winter-proofing your home, as they can significantly reduce drafts and heat loss, making your home more energy-efficient and comfortable. They can also help reduce noise levels and are easy to install, requiring no construction or carpentry work, making them an ideal option for homeowners looking for a quick and budget-friendly solution to improve their home's insulation and comfort during the colder months.
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Protect your home from the elements with storm windows from Standard Windows & Doors. Our windows offer added insulation and protection from wind, rain, and snow, ensuring that your home stays warm and dry no matter the weather. Choose from a wide range of styles and designs to suit your unique needs.
At Standard Windows & Doors, we offer both installation and repair services for storm windows. Our team of experts will install your new windows with precision and care, and we also offer repair services for any existing storm windows you may have. Fill out our form or call (262) 212-5740 for a free consultation today to discuss your options and schedule your installation or repair. Keep your home safe and secure with storm windows from Standard Windows & Doors.
Types of Storm Windows
Each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. The most common materials include:
Aluminum: lightweight and durable, aluminum storm windows are a popular choice due to their low cost and ease of maintenance.
Wood: storm windows made from wood are known for their aesthetic appeal and excellent insulation properties. However, they require regular upkeep to prevent rot and decay. Vinyl: vinyl storm windows are a low-maintenance option that provides good insulation and noise reduction. They are also affordable and come in a variety of colors.
Composite: composite storm windows are a newer material option that combines the best features of wood and vinyl. They are low-maintenance, energy-efficient, and have a similar look and feel to wood.
Glass: some storm windows are made entirely of glass or include glass panels. These provide excellent clarity and insulation, but can be more fragile and expensive than other materials.
Fiberglass: storm windows made from fiberglass are strong, durable, and low-maintenance, with excellent insulation and noise reduction properties. They are also resistant to warping and cracking, making them a long-lasting option for homes in extreme weather conditions. The choice of material ultimately depends on your specific needs and preferences, as well as your budget and home design.