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Wood is still the standard when it comes to residential windows. Wood is strong, easy to work with, insulates well, lasts a long time, and is a natural insulator against the elements. There are many reasons why wood windows remain the top choice in widow for homes in the USA. Receive multiple free quotes for your window project today by filling out our quick and easy form. All of the window installers we will connect you to are licensed and insured professionals.

No windows on the market today look as beautiful as wood can potentially look, with a nice paint job and the right brand of paint. Wood is still considered one of the most beautiful and classic building materials on the market. A fresh coat of paint looks wonderful on wooden windows. Wood is the perfect material because it absorbs paint better than other materials made of metal.

Installing new wood windows makes a wonderful addition to any home, one that will last for years to come with the proper care. They will be an asset for you or a person that may be on the market for your home should you decide to ever sell the home.

Looking to install replacement wood windows in your home?

Replacement windows will greatly increase the energy efficiency of your home. There have been noticeable advancements in the manufacturing of all windows over the past couple of decades, wood windows included. How much will installing new wooden windows save you on your monthly energy bills? Consult this chart provided by the Energy Star Corporation. They are an organization that works in conjunction with the government to promote energy efficient homes.

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