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We will keep you informed throughout the entire process from the submission of your order to the receiving of your product. Our order process is simple and keeps you up-to-date every step of the way.
Anytime throughout the order process, we encourage our customers to e-mail us with any questions.
All orders are final. However, if we made an error on your window order, we will fix the window immediately at no charge and ship them to you via FedEx Ground. If you made an error in your order, unfortunately we cannot issue a return or refund because all our windows are custom-made to your order, according to the measurements you provided. We do our best to minimize the possibility for errors by helping you measure your windows accurately. Reviewing the order confirmation, sent immediately after purchase via email, will further reduce the risk of error.
Unfortunately, there is no set price for shipping. The most you can expect to pay is $200 depending on your location and the size of your order. If you want to know how much shipping will cost you before you begin building your quote please send us your city, zip code and as much information regarding your windows as possible. We will get back to you with a shipping cost promptly.
Shipping times vary depending on the frame materials you select. We can provide you with an approximate shipping time if you send us detailed information regarding the windows you are interested in. Generally it takes a minimum of 10 - 14 business days and up to 4 -6 weeks depending on several factors. Lead times may be extended further during peak season.
Yes. All Milgard windows and most of the doors are shipped standard with screens.
Our goal is to provide you with all the necessary information you need to measure, configure, order and install your windows without having to leave our site. Please click here to visit the installation section of our website for details on how to measure.
The Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) tells you how well the product blocks heat caused by sunlight. The lower the SHGC, the less solar heat the window lets in. SHGC values are given on a scale from 0 to 1.
When replacing windows, one can consider increasing the window size, moving windows to new locations, converting doors to windows or windows to doors, or to install specialty windows such as garden or bow windows. These are all examples of improving the look and feel of a room. Allowing additional light to enter a room will make it feel much larger and brighter, enhancing the overall environment.
Ease of maintenance
Face it, old windows are difficult to clean and dirty windows block a lot of light and obscure the outside view making a room far less appealing. New windows can easily be retrofitted into existing spaces that allow both sides to be cleaned from inside the home. This is especially convenient (and much safer) when installed in a multi-story home!
Window frames constructed of vinyl or fiberglass also add the luxury of never having to be painted or stained and are otherwise virtually maintenance free.
Reduce heating and cooling costs
Wooden windows 25 years old or older tend to have been constructed with marginal regard to energy conservation.These simply constructed windows tend to allow drafts to enter from between the window and frame and from around the frame itself. Depending on construction technique, their tracks may have also become worn, allowing even more drafts to creep into the home.
Aluminum is a very good heat conductor. This is why the heat sink on your computer CPU is likely made of an aluminum alloy. Older, single pane aluminum windows are in this same category and actually act as heat radiators. The aluminum frames try to equalize the temperature between the inside and the outside by conducting the warmer temperature to the cooler side.
Glass too is a good conductor of heat. When only a single pane of standard glass is used in either a wood or aluminum framed window, very little insulation is provided. This condition is marginally improved with the addition of a second aluminum storm window. But the windows then become very difficult to clean, often requiring complete disassembly of the storm window.
Enhance the "Curb Appeal"
When looking to purchase a home, buyers tend to place windows and doors in the same category as roofing, siding, and carpeting. New windows and doors may not excite them, but if they are old and drafty, a buyer may not be as willing to pay the asking price, if they make an offer at all.
Windows and the front door are some of the first things a prospective buyer sees from the street. The window style and their condition is readily apparent and helps set that critical first impression. Old aluminium and crusty wooden windows with layer upon layer of paint tend to hinder that first impression.
Increase the value of the home
The amount of value added to a home and the money realized from the installation of new windows varies across the nation.
The U-Factor tells you how well the window insulates. The lower the U-Factor, the better the window performs. Typical U-Factor values range from 0.25 to 1.25. Find the ENERGY STAR U-Factor for your region.
We do not accept deposits. All orders are to be paid in full at the time of purchase unless you have made other arrangements with us. For contractors who would like to establish net terms with us please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a credit application and one will be sent to you.
A low-emittance (or "Low-E") glass coating is a microscopically thin film applied to the glass. This coating keeps heat inside in winter and outside in summer. Choose a Low-E coating based on your climate