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Wisconsin Window Replacement

A Wisconsin window replacement is the perfect way to increase a home's energy efficiency. If your home's windows are starting to show signs of wear, or if you feel a draft coming from them, you may want to consider doing a replacement on the windows. A Wisconsin window replacement can save you money on not only the heating and cooling bills in your Wisconsin home, but may also qualify you for a tax rebate if you use Energy Star products. Shop online today and compare rates from the top replacement providers in Wisconsin.

Best Replacement Windows

The best replacement windows for your project depend upon taste, the style of window you would like to have and how much money you have to spend. Before you shop for a Wisconsin replacement, you will need to determine what size and style you need. You can easily determine the size yourself by measuring the windows in three places for the length and the width. Use the smallest measurement that you get for each.

You can get a Wisconsin window replacement for any type of unit you have. From awning styles, which hinge at the top and open outward, to the double hung styles that open vertically, a Wisconsin window replacement will fit your needs. Which one you choose depends on how you want the home to look when the replacements are complete.

Changing the style of the windows in a home can give the home a completely different look. If you change from picture styles to gliding ones, for instance, the exterior wall will be completely changed. If you like the look of your Wisconsin home and just need to increase the energy efficiency, you may want to use a replacement that is the same style window that you have today.

Vinyl vs Wood Replacements

Either a vinyl or a wood Wisconsin window replacement is a good choice when it comes to energy efficiency. The one you decide to use depends on how much effort you want to put into the upkeep of the window. Vinyl requires virtually no upkeep and comes with excellent warranties. It is built to last for many years without ever needing repainting or resealing. Vinyl windows come with a factory installed weather stripping which will minimize air leakage around the window.

Another great advantage to vinyl is the fact that the frames are hollow. This traps air inside which increases the window's insulation. Because of their excellent energy efficient properties, these windows can easily be found on the Energy Star approved products list which makes many of them qualify for the tax rebate program.

Wood is also a great product to use for a Wisconsin window replacement. Wood is a natural insulator and is beautiful no matter which kind you choose. The fine look of wood cannot be surpassed when it comes to beauty. If you do not mind the upkeep of the wood windows, they are an ideal choice. Wood will warp and rot if not kept sealed. Because of this, wood requires more maintenance than vinyl. You may need to seal or paint the wood frame every couple of years to keep it looking new.

Window Glass Replacement

If you have a windowpane that is broken or missing in your Wisconsin home, many providers can help you replace the pane without having to replace the entire unit. A homeowner can easily replace a pane by following a few simple steps. You can choose an insulated glass, which is less expensive than other options but is still a high quality product. Another choice is the low E or low emission glass which traps in the heat of the room. This glass is slightly higher in price than the insulated version.

Does your Wisconsin home have a stained glass window that has a broken or missing pane? If so, you will be glad to know that you will not have to replace the entire window. Stained glass sections are now available from a variety of Wisconsin providers and come in a wide range of colors to match the broken piece. Stained glass windows are very expensive, especially if they were made specifically for the home. Replacing the broken section can save you a great deal of money.

A Wisconsin window replacement can provide you with excellent savings on the home's heating and cooling costs. You can find a Wisconsin window replacement in any size, color, and style you need. Shop online to compare rates from the Wisconsin providers in your area. You can order the window and have it shipped to your door without ever needing to leave the comfort of your living room. Be sure to look for an Energy Star approved Wisconsin window replacement in order to qualify for the tax credits for the replacement.

Energy Star Rating Information for Wisconsin Replacement Windows

Climate ZoneU-FactorSHGC
Northern Climate Zone 0.30 or less 0.00 or more
  0.31 0.35 or more
  0.32 0.40 or more

Look up the specific U-Factor and Solar Heat Gain CoEfficient for your county by selecting the county you live in from the drop box below. Make sure you are educated and have this information on hand when purchasing windows yourself or when speaking with a replacement window contractor.

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Wisconsin Window Suppliers

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Abrams

Altoona

Amherst

Antigo

Appleton

Ashland

Baraboo

Beaver Dam

Beloit

Big Bend

Black Earth

Blue Mounds

Brookfield

Brooklyn

Burlington

Butler

Cashton

Cecil

Cedarburg

Chippewa Falls

Clintonville

Clyman

Cottage Grove

Crivitz

Cross Plains

Dane

Darlington

De Pere

Delafield

Denmark

Dousman

East Troy

Eau Claire

Elkhorn

Elm Grove

Fond Du Lac

Fort Atkinson

Fox Lake

Franklin

Franksville

Fremont

Genoa City

Germantown

Green Bay

Green Lake

Hartland

Hawkins

Hayward

Hazelhurst

Hillsboro

Holmen

Howard

Hudson

Jackson

Janesville

Jefferson

Johnson Creek

Kaukauna

Kenosha

Kewaskum

Krakow

La Crosse

Lake Geneva

Lancaster

Larsen

Lily

Little Chute

Little Suamico

Lodi

Lone Rock

Luck

Madison

Manitowoc

Marengo

Maribel

Marinette

Marshfield

Mayville

Mazomanie

Mc Farland

Menasha

Menomonee Falls

Menomonie

Mequon

Merrill

Middleton

Milwaukee

Minocqua

Mishicot

Monona

Monroe

Montello

Mosinee

Mt Pleasant

Mukwonago

Muskego

Neenah

Neshkoro

New Berlin

New Franken

New London

New Richmond

Oak Creek

Oconomowoc

Oconto Falls

Onalaska

Oregon

Osceola

Oshkosh

Owen

Palmyra

Park Falls

Pewaukee

Pigeon Falls

Plainfield

Platteville

Pleasant Prairie

Plover

Poplar

Portage

Poynette

Pulaski

Racine

Reedsburg

Rhinelander

Rice Lake

Richfield

Richland Center

Rothschild

Rubicon

Saukville

Sharon

Shawano

Sheboygan

Sheboygan Falls

Shell Lake

Shorewood

Silver Lake

Slinger

Spooner

St Croix Falls

Star Prairie

Stoughton

Stratford

Sturgeon Bay

Sturtevant

Sun Prairie

Superior

Thiensville

Trevor

Two Rivers

Union Grove

Verona

Viola

Walworth

Watertown

Waukesha

Waunakee

Waupaca

Wausau

Wauwatosa

West Allis

West Bend

Wisconsin Rapids

Wittenberg

Woodruff

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