Windows are intended to allow natural light into your home and provide you with views to the outdoors. However, when your windows are not efficient, you cover them up, blocking both the sun and the view. Stop hiding behind curtains or blinds to save on your energy bill. New construction or replacement windows can make you more comfortable, protect your furniture, flooring and wall coverings from the sun’s damaging UV rays so your interior can stay beautiful for years.
Hail can be especially hard on window screens and window frames – making window screens age more quickly, and putting window frames at risk for moisture exposure, which can lead to even worse problems if it goes without repair. Whether you’re installing new windows or repairing ones you already have, Midwest Home Improvement is committed to making sure your windows can not only withstand the severe weather, but last for years to come.
Vinyl windows are low-maintenance and easy to clean. They are the most budget-friendly window material but offer excellent protection from drafts and heat transfer.
The biggest advantage of vinyl windows is that they are exceptionally energy efficient due to their material and technology that is offered in a variety of vinyl window products. As mentioned earlier, they are also very low-maintenance. Vinyl windows do not require painting, staining or refinishing and stay looking great for year, giving your home bump up in curb appeal.
Enjoy the beauty of natural wood windows of pine, oak, maple, cherry, mahogany or fir, with the exterior with extruded aluminum available in five standard powder coat finishes. Gain exceptional thermal performance while maintaining ease of cleaning the outside without ladders with awning style hinges.
Wood windows need painting and/or staining and should be refinished frequently (1-3 years) depending on ware. Wood windows are all about style and provide long-term value and beauty to your home while also offering great insulation.