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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Broken Arrow Replacement Windows

Broken Arrow replacement windows could be the key to tying together your entire home improvement project, or they could be a stand alone project to update the style of your home just a little bit. You may be thinking about getting Broken Arrow replacement windows just to deal with a few broken or worn ones you have in your home at the moment. Whatever your reason for looking in to getting Broken Arrow, OK replacement windows, you are sure to find the ones that you really want for your home. Even better, you could end up saving so much with your new replacement windows that you could offset the cost of purchasing them. Oklahoma replacement windows companies want to help you do just that.

Saving Money on Electricity

When a window is broken of has become worn down to the point where it is letting in drafts, it starts having an affect on your monthly electric bill. Although that affect may be so slight at first that you don't really pay attention to it, after a while, it can become a significant problem. One way to know how much of a change has occurred with your window frames is to look at a picture of when you first purchased your Broken Arrow home, and compare the appearance of the frames from then to how they are now. If there is a significant difference, you may need to replace your frames.

Whether the problem is the window itself, the frame around the window, or both, the effect on your electric bill can be astonishing. There are some Oklahoma residents who end up paying hundreds of dollars more than they need to each year because their air conditioning and heating systems are having to work overtime to compensate for the drafts the windows and/or frames are letting in. A lot of Oklahoma residents have installed thermometers in their home that can regulate the house's temperature so that it stays constant throughout the day. When there is a significant draft, your system will have to turn on repeatedly, sometimes dozens of time a day, in order to maintain that temperature. Often times these repeated kick on and offs happen while you are at work and cannot turn the system off.

Frame Options

If you have determined that you will need to get new frames along with your Broken Arrow replacement windows, you will definitely want to know what your options are. Even if you've discovered that you don't need to get replacement frames, this could be handy information for some day down the line when you do need new frames for your Broken Arrow, OK home. There are several kinds of frames that you can choose from, and you can decide if you want them to blend seamlessly in with your Broken Arrow replacement windows or now.

The most common frames are wood, metal, or plastic composite. Wood clad options have a texture that many Broken Arrow residents really enjoy seeing on their homes. Wood frames can be stained to any level of dark or light color, and is a natural, renewable source. The drawback to wooden frames to go around your Broken Arrow replacement windows, however, is that wood is the most susceptible to warping in the sun and precipitation. Plastic and metal frames have much greater longevity, so you wouldn't have to contact a Broken Arrow company to replace them often, and plastic can be dyed just about any color you can think of. There are pros and cons to each frame material, so be sure to check them all out before you get your replacement windows.

Know Your Style

Each Broken Arrow, OK resident has their own sense of style and taste for their home. Each home should be reflective of the family that lives within it, and that includes every detail from your new paint color to your new replacement windows. Companies that offer Broken Arrow replacement windows will be all to happy to show you around and let you see the variety of styles that are available, but you should have an idea of what you want before you go shopping.

The Broken Arrow replacement windows that you purchase for your home will be intended to last for years, decades. By making sure you take the time from the beginning to choose the right company and the right Broken Arrow replacement windows, you can be assured that during the lifespan of your window set you will be happy with the choice you made.

Broken Arrow replacement windows don't have to be another chore in fixing up your home. Buying a new window or two can actually spruce up your house in a way you may not have expected, and can even be a lot of fun for you.

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