Select this option if you need multiple types or assistance in determining the best type for your project.

Allow natural light into top floor rooms such as attics that may not have walls for windows.

Like casement windows, they crank out, but the sash opens upward instead of sideways.

STORM WINDOWS Protect older windows against energy inefficiency and are an economical option.

These windows feature a sliding track allowing the sashes to move left and right.

SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS Only the bottom sash opens. The top half of the window is stationary.

Both sashes move up and down. Generally both sashes will pop in for easy cleaning.

BAY/BOW WINDOWS Generally protrude out from the exterior wall of a home, creating a wide view and wide window sill inside.

CASEMENT WINDOWS These windows crank out and allow maximum air flow in and out of a home.

BASEMENT EGRESS These maximize light in a basement and are also used for safety.

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Alpharetta Replacement Windows

Alpharetta replacement windows can help make your home safer and more functional after just one day of installation. Replacement windows will have a much tighter seal than your old frames which will help you keep more air inside your Alpharetta home where it can be climate controlled rather than causing drafts throughout the house. The less air you allow to escape from your home, the less you will need to run your air conditioner to keep your home comfortable in the humid Georgia weather which can save you hundreds each year.

Buying for 19th Century Homes

Alpharetta is home to one of the largest historic districts in Georgia consisting of many public and private buildings from the 19th century or older. If you are purchasing Alpharetta replacement windows for such a building then you will have to make some considerations to make sure you purchase a Georgia window replacement product that will be suitable for your needs and match the standards set by the GA historical society. If you live in an officially recognized historic building then you will have to meet a strict set of guidelines in order to keep this title.

It is also important to note that GA building standards and codes have changed a great deal since your historic Alpharetta home was built so you may need to order customized replacement windows to fit the frame size you have. These will cost more than a standard set of Alpharetta replacement windows because they will need to be made from scratch where other frames could be pulled off the manufacturing line. This may also add to the time you have to wait for your windows to be delivered so you will ned to plan accordingly.

If the GA historical society monitoring your neighborhood has very strict standards you may not be allowed to include many energy saving chemical treatments or insulating materials with the installation of your Alpharetta replacement windows. Fortunately, you will likely be required to use wood frames which are natural insulators which will improve the energy efficiency of your home. Be sure to get a list of these requirements from the Alpharetta building commission before you make an order because you may need to exclude some insulators that come standard on many replacement frames.

Many Victorian homes have noticeable style elements you will want to include with your Alpharetta replacement windows if you want to play up the authenticity of your home. These include wood or iron muntins, shutters or stained glass to add bright color to the decor of your home. If you are intent about including these decorative touches to your project then you will need to hire a company that is willing to work with a local designer or artist who will create the stained glass or curb appeal design you had in mind. This will add to the time it takes to install your replacement windows but it will be worth it if you achieve the results that maximize the style of your home.

Dealing with Condensation

Georgia is a very humid state, so Alpharetta homeowners may notice condensation forming on their replacement windows after they have been installed. This is because humid air that used to be able to sneak outside through cracks in your window frame is now trapped inside and cooled against the glass. In order to avoid condensation from evolving from a nuisance to a serious moisture or mold problem you will need to address it as soon as you notice your Alpharetta replacement windows suffering from this issue.

One of the easiest ways to cut down on condensation forming on your Alpharetta replacement windows is to increase the air circulation in the room in question. Move furniture to make sure air vents are not blocked. If you notice a problem with moisture throughout your home then it may be necessary to install a dehumidifier to make sure condensation will not be a problem. You can also install a ceiling fan which will draw hot air up and out of your home and allow your replacement windows to draw in cooler air from the outdoors.

Finding the Right Product

The best way to find companies in Alpharetta is to shop online. This way you can select the exact type of Alpharetta replacement windows you would like and compare offers from many different companies all at once. The more offers for Alpharetta replacement windows you get, the easier it will be for you to see what the going rate for materials and labor is in the market and where you can get the best deal on the window style you were hoping for. You will be able to haggle for the ideal price for your project so you do not have to overspend on your

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