Friday, December 27, 2019

The Top Rated Window Replacement Company in Washington DC

Window Replacement DC

Call Us For New Window Replacement!

Looking for new window replacement options in the D.C area?

Call us for new windows!

We’re here to make sure that you can get brand new window replacements without the things you hate by offering no payments for a year and a 20% discount off of your entire project.

Our window replacement partners are so confident in their windows that they offer generous life-time guarantees.

Commercial & Residential Window & Door Replacement Brands [ New ]

Our partners are known for being the best brands when it comes to DC window replacement. With over 36 years of dc window replacement experience, we’re here to connect you with the brands that will deliver the new windows you’re looking for.

Our window replacement partners have a deep understanding of the Washington DC code for window replacement and are capable of handling any project for commercial and residential properties. We offer a full suite of replacement window services such as installation, replacement, and repairs.

We understand that getting replacement windows is a big decision that requires time and thought. That’s why there’s no pressure.

If you have a question, give us a call at any time and one of our live window replacement or repair partners will be happy to chat with you

For example, most people when they imagine their windows think of the standard transparent windows as a solution for their window installation needs – but there’s so much more to it than that.

Windows are how people see your property and how you see the world. New technology has allowed window styles to radically change.

These days, homeowners who want their homes to feel luxurious are investing into colored windows that are tinted on the outside but don’t alter your vision from the insides. Stay up with the latest window replacement trends.

Even businesses have started following and tracking the latest window replacement trends because nothing attracts attention like unique windows

In short, designer style windows aren’t just a trend, they’re the next evolution in home decor and home improvement.

Work with Window Replacement DC to get an estimate on designer and luxurious windows for your residential or commercial property.

DC Window Replacement & Doors

Want to how the DC Window Replacement brand has earned the #1 Window Replacement Company in DC title? Simple – because of attention to detail. Simple things like one touch of your glass can tell you a lot about your windows.

Windows that are cold to the touch are leak heat from your home and significantly increase your energy and heating bills by at least 20%

A fun test for you to try out at home to see if you need new windows is to bring a candle over to your windows during the winter. If you see the flame distort or flicker then it’s a sign that your windows are constantly draining the heat from your home.

Ask Us About Our D.C Window Projects

Ask us about our D.C Window replacement projects to get a glimpse on the quality of work that our brand delivers. From commercial business owners to residential property owners, DC trusts us to bring them new and energy efficient windows.

DC – Windows and Doors For Residential Homes & Commercial Buildings
When you sign a project with one of our partners, you get a customer rep for life that will service and take care of all your window replacement and repair needs. Their teams are committed to making sure that you’re always satisfied with your window replacement project.

Our mission and belief is that by providing superior quality windows with exceptional customer service that we’ll earn your business and referrals. You can always count on us to do what’s right with your window or door replacements.

Door & Window Repair DC – Replace Your Old Windows With new Ones

Replacing your old windows or doors with new ones has several benefits. First off, your home is your sanctuary and has more of an impact on your quality of life than you know. Windows color how you see the world and how the world sees you.

Quality windows will improve the way your home feels and looks. In historic Washington DC, old windows can make a home look drab, worn down, or just old – replacing them with new ones will add the clarity you’ve secretly always wanted.

Upgrade your windows today by calling the team at DC Window Replacement

[ Doors & Windows ] Yes We do Both Single Doors & Door Sets!

Yes, we do both door & window replacements!

Our partners are experts at style, design, and the selection of proper doors and windows. Work with the best window replacement company in DC today and lock in 25% off your window or door projects.

New Commercial Doors

Let us help you get new commercial doors for your business. Commercial doors are important because they need to be both efficient and designed enough to represent your business. Chances are, you can think of some new commercial doors that you like. Our partners can help you pick similar commercial doors and introduce you to new designs so that your business can have the feel that you want.

Speak with an agent about new commercial door replacements.

Looking to replace a single door or have a new set of doors installed into your commercial business or home? Doors make impressions. A dirty old door makes a bad one. And a polished, designed, new door makes an incredible one. Doors set the expectation for what a new guest is about to see. That’s why when you work with us, we’ll carefully craft and design your new doors.

The different commercial and residential types of doors:

New Paneled doors
New Metal doors
New PVC doors
New Flush doors
New Battened & Ledged doors
New Bamboo Doors
New Glass Doors
New Aluminum Doors
New Wooden Doors
New Timber Doors
New Fiberglass Doors
New FRP Doors
The different commercial and residential door styles:

New Hinged doors
New Dutch doors
New Pocket doors
New Roller doors
New Bifold doors
New Pivot doors
New French doors
Most homeowners want beautiful windows to compliment their home, but with rising energy costs, perhaps energy efficiency has moved up a few notches on your list of priorities. If you are here to learn about different windows and how to maximize your energy efficiency before buying new windows then you came to the right spot!

From the material of the window frame, to the glass type, glass coating, number of panes, and even the air/gas between the panes can all contribute to massive differences in energy efficiency.


Assuming the window was installed and sealed properly we can compare the thermal resistance of different materials. Metal is the most conductive of the frame materials mentioned below and thus is the worst insulating frame material since cold air conducts through the metal very easily. Vinyl, fiberglass, wood, and different composite and hybrid materials all perform much better in terms of thermal conductivity.

Aluminum/Metal Window Frames

Despite the lack of thermal resistance, these windows do have many advantages. They can be strong, lightweight, and require very little maintenance to maintain.

Luckily with today’s advances in window designs these widows tyically have a thermal break within the frame with an insulating material in between to prevent heat conducting directly from the home’s interior to outside. Some windows also, have aluminum cladding over another material such as wood – another more energy efficient option.

Composite Window Frames

Composite window frames combine some qualities of vinyl and wood windows. They often try to capture a wood frame appearance while being a much more waterproof material than wood. Most composite window frame materials consist of composite wood products, such as particleboard and laminated strand wood, and some are mixed with polymer plastics. This processing of materials makes the window much less susceptible to rotting and decay due to moisture. 

Wood Window Frames

Wood window frames are expensive and often the window frame material of choice in many high end homes with classical designs or in historical restorations. Wood frames naturally insulate pretty well – much better than metal, but not as good as insulated fiberglass or vinyl. The main issue with wood windows, however, is the maintenance that comes with these elegant windows.  Of all these materials, wood is the most vulnerable to weather and moisture. If not maintained properly the windows could get warped or rot prematurely from moisture getting within the frame. Wood windows can have different kinds of exterior cladding, such as aluminum, which may reduce energy efficiency slightly, but may weather the elements better.

Fiberglass Window Frames

Fiberglass window frames are are very strong and are made with many spaces within the frame. If these spaces within the window frame are filled with insulation the windows can have far superior energy efficiency than wood or composite frames.

Vinyl Window Frames

Vinyl window frames have become extremely popular in america and are often the most cost effective option. These windows typically require very little maintenance, do not need to be painted, and are very resistant to weather and moisture. The vinyl material is typically made out of PVC which usually contains (UV) stabilizers to prevent the sun from breaking it down. Vinyl window frames, like fiberglass windows, have a similar structure and can be filled with insulation making them more energy efficient than wood frames, or uninsulated vinyl windows.

When it comes to glass options for your windows there plenty of decisions to make. The first decision is the number of panes. Most insulating windows are double pane, meaning two layers of glass with a space in between. Triple pane windows are also insulating windows used relatively often and sometimes even quadruple pane. More panes, means more insulation, but also more light is prevented from entering the home. This is often where the home’s orientation comes into play. For example, triple pane may be used on the side of the home that gets less sunlight (such as the north side if you live in DC) and may put double pane on the southside to allow more heat from the sun to come in in the winter.

The light that enters the window can also be manipulated drastically by the coating on the window panes:

Low-Emissivity Coatings
Have you seen a building with reflective-looking glass? It likely had a coating on its glazing such as a low-e coating.

Low-emissivity (low-e) coatings are a super thin metal oxide layer  control thermal heat transfer through windows with insulated glass. According to the Department of Energy, “windows manufactured with low-e coatings typically cost about 10% to 15% more than regular windows, but they reduce energy loss by as much as 30% to 50%”. Low-e coatings can be designed to optimized solar gain for colder climates, or low solar gain for warmer climates.

Spectrally Selective Coatings
Spectrally selective coatings are unique kinds of low-e coatings designed to prevent a large amount of heat to transmit through the glass, but allow as much light as possible to come through. Typically this involves the window coating reflecting the infrared rays from the sun specifically, while allowing the other wavelengths through. The Department of Energy says they can filter out “40% to 70% of the heat normally transmitted through insulated window glass or glazing while allowing the full amount of light transmission”. This can reduce a building’s electric cooling expenses by upwards of 40% in hot climates.

When considering the thermal conductivity of a window through it’s glass, a big part of the equation is the air between the panes – which makes a huge difference. The preferred options are argon and krypton, which are both inert, invisible, odorless gases. Argon and krypton can greatly decrease heat transfer compared to regular air.

The final factor that plays a large role in the window’s energy efficiency is the window’s operating type – meaning how the window opens. Assuming the frame is installed ideally there should be very little air leakage around the frame, but when it comes to the actual window – if the window opens, it will have some air leakage.

Thus, fixed or picture windows are technically the most energy efficient in terms of air leakage since they are fully sealed and do not open. The next most energy efficient windows would be one where the opening part of the window closes flush against the frame like a door, such as a casement or awning window. The windows that have the most air leakage are windows that slide since they do not close flush with the frame and there is mosr space for air leakage, such as double hung windows.

Window Replacement DC 

514 Kenyon Street NW, 
Washington DC, 20010 

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