As an experienced replacement window contractor, Green Eco Solutions installs windows in a wide range of styles and quality materials to match your home’s style and replacement needs.
To create some of the most energy-efficient replacement windows on the market today, Green Eco Solutions uses special WeatherBlock Vinyl, GreenEco® glass, and PowerLift balance systems. WeatherBlock Vinyl provides an incredibly weather-resistant frame that can withstand some of the harshest winds nature can throw at it. Its also extremely low maintenance and energy-efficient.
GreenEco® glass is also incredibly high performance. GreenEco® glass is designed to allow in solar heat while preventing drafts. It is also extremely noise-resistant and can block damaging UV rays that can harm floors, carpet, furniture, and even people with enough exposure.
Replacement windows are the safest choice if your window frames are in fine condition and you need new windows. The old frames must be removed from the original opening before new building windows can be installed. This is accomplished and removing the old frames by taking back the original exterior siding stock. This is a more complex installation that may result in disruption to the environment outside the window as well as a rise in installation costs.
Every replacement window is only ever as good as the glass used. Luckily our Guardian Elite Series windows use some of the best glass around. This triple glass window outperforms pretty much every other replacement window on the market.
Our replacement windows use high-performance GreenEco® Glass heat reflective coatings which are microscopically thin layers of metal and metal oxide. These thin coatings reflect most of the UV and infrared radiation that comes from the sun. This serves to protect your furniture, carpet, floors, and even family from the harmful effects of continuous exposure to UV rays.
Our replacement windows are also designed so that they can take advantage of free solar heat from the sun and reduce drafts. You also won’t have to put up with the irritating sound of a lawnmower or heavy traffic with GreenEco® glass which blocks 95% of noise pollution.
An important part of any window is the balance system. Constant Force is commonly used by other manufacturers and generally achieves 5,000 cycles. Our PowerLift balance system can achieve life cycles as high as 28,000 cycles according to testing performed by BSI Hardware-Amesbury Group. That’s more than five times the cycles of Constant Force.
Do you need industry-leading replacement windows that are built to last and outstrip the competition in nearly every way? Green Eco Guardian Elite Series Windows are the perfect option for you. Contact us today to schedule your free window replacement estimate! We proudly service Chester, Quakertown, Philadelphia, Reading, Northampton, Montgomeryville, Wilkes-Barre, and nearby!
The terms are erroneously used interchangeably, however, new windows and replacement windows are not the same. You should first consider the distinction between repair and new built windows before deciding which style of windows are right for your house. Windows for repair and new construction come in a wide range of designs, colors, and finishes. Whatever kind of window you need for your dream, you’ll be able to find one that matches your home’s theme.
With so many new or replacement window styles and material options, choosing the right windows for your home can be overwhelming. Windows are such an important feature of any house, making it worthy of some research to determine the options that meet your needs. The following guide will help you consider the best features for your home.
To change the shape or size of your current window requires a new window. In addition to the window installation, the contractor will be required to perform carpentry work. Windows for newly constructed houses or other new construction, such as a house extension, are known as new construction windows. They have a nail-fin frame component that allows the windows to be nailed directly to the home’s framing. This isn’t to say that they should only be found on freshly built houses. In certain situations, replacing old windows with new build windows is the safest option.
Homeowners who wish to maintain the existing trim or frame can choose to install replacement windows. Replacement windows are ideal when the existing frame is still in great condition. Replacement windows are designed to replace current windows in a building. They are intended to be mounted from the interior of the house onto the current window frame. This eliminates the need to remove any exterior elements and allows for a simple, painless, and minimally invasive installation. The original window opening is determined, and the new window is custom ordered to exactly match the opening. Replacement windows are designed to fit right into the existing opening. Although they cost the same as new windows, no additional carpentry or masonry labor is required to alter the size or shape of the existing opening.
When replacing windows in an existing home, replacement windows are usually the most cost-effective choice. New-construction windows can have a lower sticker price at first, but the expense of removing the original window frame as well as restoring the adjacent internal and exterior walls will quickly add up. New-construction windows, on the other hand, are the safest choice and wisest investment if you’re building windows in new construction or if your current window frames are in bad shape.
Before purchasing windows, know the thickness of walls by measuring the jamb width on an existing door or window. Once the old windows have been removed, measure the opening size and be sure to purchase a window unit that fits tightly into the existing opening. Whether the window frames are in so poor condition that the harm is visible, or you’re doing a big home redesign where the studs are exposed, determining which type of new windows is the best choice for your house can be challenging for the average homeowner. When it comes to new windows, it’s best to get advice from a specialist.
As energy costs continue to rise, look for windows that are Energy Star rated. These will be foam-filled for insulation and include a non-conductive space system. Green Eco Solutions will help you choose new windows and get them professionally installed in your house. For decades, we’ve been installing high-quality doors and replacement windows. We’ve worked on a variety of replacement windows, including Restorations and full-frame replacement window systems, and have a lot of expertise with them.