We do repair windows that we have installed. However, other brands have specific parts that we would not carry or have access to, so we are not able to repair those.
The key is if the window offers superior strength, provides top-notch insulation value and noise reduction.
You’ll want to have a replacement window that is manufactured to be perfectly square. And at all corners, there is full-interlock. That help protect the inside of your home from the elements, noise and unwanted “guests”.
And lastly, you’ll want an insulated glass that traps dry air, which offers first-rate insulating values.
If you are considering replacement windows for your home, give us a call at (513) 821-5095 to schedule a no-hassle, no-pressure visit so we can get you a price.
Not at all. Many companies buy their parts and glass from various outside sources and then build the window.
Having control of all parts, from start to finish, can be the difference between a quality window and window that will fail in short-order.
The window manufacturer we rely on, Alside, sources almost all of its parts from raw vinyl (PVC) resin.
Another issues is this – although a lot of manufacturers claim their windows are American made, many are not and are imported from foreign countries.
Our windows are manufactured here in the U.S.
If you’re looking at replacement windows, give us a call at 513-821-5095 for a quick, no-pressure price.
Certainly… most replacement windows can take the place of your original type or style. You may want to consult an independent design specialist to find the type of window that best complements your home’s natural design.
No matter what style or combination of styles you choose, the manufacturer we rely on, Alside, can custom-manufacture it for you if need be.
Looking at new windows? Call us at (513) 821-5095 for a free, no pressure price.
There certainly is.
There are two basic types of construction:
Mechanically fastened windows that are screwed together at the corners.
And welded windows, that use a chemical or heat process for joining the corners.
Beware of windows with mitered corners screwed together or chemically welded corners, as they probably won’t perform as well for you.
Our manufacturer, Alside, produces mechanically fastened and heat-welded windows. Our mechanically fastened windows feature a unique overlap corner design for extra strength, while our welded versions utilize state-of-the-art heat welding equipment.
If you’re in the market for replacement windows for your home, give us a call at (513) 821-5095 to ask us any question you’d like or set up an appointment to get a price. If we do visit your home, there will never be any sale pressure or hype, just answers to your questions and the price.
Basically there are three types of materials used.
- Aluminum windows, with their easily scratched painted surfaces, conduct both heat and cold, so they’re very poor insulators.
- Wood windows, which require constant painting and caulking, can absorb moisture, making them difficult to open and close. They can even rot.
- Solid vinyl windows, however, never need painting and won’t show scratches, because the color goes throughout the material. This is why vinyl windows are quickly becoming the most popular choice for both new construction and replacement applications…. and are the only replacement windows that we recommend to homeowners.
In addition, you should certainly consider custom-sized windows for the very simple reason that they’ll fit better. Stock-sized windows require extensive carpentry work both inside and outside your house. That can be very costly and inconvenient.
Alside custom-sized windows, the brand of replacement windows we offer, are manufactured to fit your existing window opening. You get the style and options you want, maintain the glass area and get superior insulation values.
If you are thinking of replacing old and drafty windows, give us a call at (513) 821-5095 for a free, no pressure, no hype price.