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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Brownsburg Replacement Windows

Brownsburg replacement windows may be the solution you're looking for if your utility bills have been increasing in the winter or summer. In a state that experiences four distinct seasons, replacement windows must balance the need for thermal protection in the winter with the need to minimize solar heat gain in the winter months. Look for the Energy Star label on Brownsburg replacement windows to find products that will reduce the workload on your heating and cooling systems while cutting your utility costs.

The Energy Star system recognizes replacement windows and other household products that minimize the energy usage of Indianapolis homes. Originally designed as a label for energy conserving computer monitors, this star has become widely recognized as an indicator of the efficiency of doors, windows, skylights and many other products. IN homeowners who replace under-performing windows, doors or skylights with Energy Star products may lower their utility bills and even qualify for certain tax credits.

High R Value Replacement Products

Brownsburg has earned praise as one of best communities to live in the Indianapolis area. In this family oriented community, education is a top priority, and the strength of the local schools is one of the factors that draws new residents to Brownsburg. The community also offers a variety of employment opportunities, as well as access to retail centers, recreational facilities and cultural activities. Brownsburg homeowners take care of their property by installing new replacement windows, when necessary, to improve a home's insulation.

The R value of Brownsburg replacement windows is a factor that you may never be aware of until you start shopping for replacement units. The R value reflects the ability of a window assembly to resist the loss of heat. Ideally both the framing materials and glass of Brownsburg replacement windows should be tested to arrive at the most accurate R value. The higher the R value of Brownsburg replacement models, the more effectively they will prevent heat loss during the cold Indiana winters.

Brownsburg replacement windows may be constructed with aluminum, vinyl, wood or fiberglass. The type of substrate material affects the R value of the entire assembly. Aluminum is strong and resilient, but this metal is not a good insulator. Wood, vinyl and fiberglass all provide superior insulation to Indiana homes. Vinyl is a popular choice among Brownsburg property owners because of its low cost, durability, longevity and easy customization.

High R value glass prevents the transmission of heat back and forth between the panes. Although a single pane of glass will not insulate a Brownsburg home very effectively, double or triple paned glass can offer a much higher degree of energy efficiency and thermal protection. In between the two layers of glass is a layer of argon or krypton gas or air. The double or triple panes, combined with one or more gas layers, gives these products their high R value. Look for high R value Brownsburg replacement windows for exceptional insulation.

Casement and Awning Windows

Throughout the history of window assemblies, two of their most important functions have been to facilitate air flow through a building and to offer a view of the outdoors. Certain styles of Brownsburg replacement windows lend themselves to ventilation and unobstructed views. Casement and awning sashes are hinged on an outer jamb to open outward, allowing fresh breezes to flow through your IN home.

Casement sashes have hinges on their outer vertical edges, so that they open out like doors. These traditional models lend themselves to older homes, but contemporary versions are also available. On a traditional Tudor, Craftsman or Prairie style dwelling, a wood or fiberglass casement model with a decorative grille adds charm and style to the exterior of the home. Contemporary condominiums or split level dwellings may feature single paned vinyl or fiberglass casement sashes, which have a more modern look.

The awning style is hinged on the upper horizontal aspect of the window, so that the sash opens out from the top like an awning. Awning Brownsburg replacement windows are appropriate for areas of a building that are high and difficult to reach. The style can present a risk to curious toddlers if no security locks or other safety devices are included. However, awnings can provide an easy way to exit a building in the event of a fire. Open awning sashes also offer protection against dust, debris and falling rain.

The style of your new Brownsburg replacement windows should reflect the appearance of your home as well as your energy requirements and your lifestyle. Choose products that are easy to maintain, long lasting and visually appealing. The long term value of these products, as well as their short term cost, should also be taken into account. Over time, replacing your under-performing assemblies may prove to be one of the best investments you've made in your property.

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