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

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

AWNING 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.

SLIDER/GLIDER
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.

DOUBLE HUNG
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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Clermont Replacement Windows

Energy efficient Clermont replacement windows can shrink your home's carbon footprint, helping you and your family contribute to the health of the environment. The more effectively replacement windows insulate your IN home, the less fuel your household will use, and the less you'll add to the carbon emissions that may affect global warming. On an individual level, you may enjoy lower utility bills and dedicate less of your household budget to keeping your house comfortable throughout the year.

Clermont replacement windows specialists can help you interpret the different values that reflect the energy performance of replacement products. The U value of Clermont replacement windows indicates their resistance to heat transfer. The lower the U value of a replacement product, the less heat is transmitted through the framing material and glass, and the more efficiently the product will insulate your Indiana rooms. The air leakage factor, or AL, represents the air transmitted through your windows, a factor that can also affect energy usage in IN.

Fiberglass Replacement Windows

The town of Clermont was included in Indianapolis in 1970, but Clermont retains a central town government. The Lucas Oil Raceway, which hosts famous auto racing events, is located in the town of Clermont. Like other Indianapolis communities, Clermont experiences cold temperatures in the winter, with occasional snow, and warm to hot temperatures in the summer. High performance Clermont replacement windows will help you maintain a moderate interior climate all year long.

The substrate material of a Clermont replacement windows assembly contributes to its energy efficiency. Fiberglass, a combination of epoxy resin and glass fibers, is one of the most effective insulators on the market. Although this composite material is generally more expensive than wood, vinyl or aluminum replacement windows, fiberglass has several important advantages that may make this material the most cost effective solution for your Clermont home.

Unlike wood replacement windows, which can expand, rot or suffer insect damage due to the moist Indiana climate, fiberglass frames do not swell or rot. This durable material is resistant to moisture, heat and pests. Because fiberglass does not expand or contract with changes in the weather, as wood does, the structural integrity of fiberglass windows can be preserved for decades. In addition, fiberglass is extremely strong relative to its weight, making these frames appropriate for supporting large or small panes.

While vinyl is more affordable than fiberglass and is also an excellent insulator, this man made material does not hold paint well. Many homeowners like the customizable features of fiberglass, including its ability to retain paint. If you're looking for a product that will match your Clermont home's exterior and interior, while providing outstanding insulation, longevity and strength, fiberglass Clermont replacement windows may fit your specifications.

Before you make the decision to invest in fiberglass Clermont replacement windows, compare quotes from several suppliers on the costs of different framing materials and glass types. To make an educated choice, you should have a basic knowledge of all of your options. Use the free resources on our site to consult several of the leading providers in your area to get the best deal on energy efficient, long lasting products.

Calculating Installation Costs

Replacing or retrofitting new assemblies is a project that some homeowners choose to take on themselves. If you are familiar with frame structure and repair, insulation and waterproofing, you may be able to tackle this project confidently. However, given the cost of Clermont replacement windows, consulting a professional makes good sense financially if you aren't completely confident about your installation skills. Request quotes from a number of local experts to find a qualified, reliable team in your community.

The cost of retrofitting will include not only the installation of the assemblies themselves, but an inspection and possible repair of the existing frames. If your frames have been damaged by moisture, dry rot, termites or other hazards, they will need to be repaired before the new assemblies can be retrofitted. Professional installers know the warning signs of frame damage and can identify the areas that need to be restored to good condition.

Your quotes should include the costs of removing the old assemblies, making any necessary repairs and installing the new sets. Disposal of the old units should be included in your quote, as well. Finally, an estimate should factor in the costs of cleaning your new units, adding the perfect finishing touch to the project.

A reliable professional can provide local references and may offer a guarantee of labor. Look for a contractor who is licensed, bonded and insured, so that you can feel secure about your property and confident about the results of the job. Installing Clermont replacement windows correctly is as important for energy efficiency as the products themselves. Take the time to find a qualified contractor who can provide the cost effective labor you need.

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