Windows: Beauty and Functionality for New Construction and Replacements.
If you’re building a new home or replacing windows in your current one, the right windows make all the difference. From style to functionality. Whether full frame windows or window inserts. Single hung, double hung to casement and even self-cleaning windows. Knowing what your options are and which window is best for your needs will provide a clear view on what’s ideal for you. Which is why we offer an exceptional variety of window styles and brands with the window expertise to help you make the right choices. Including free local delivery.
Providing Top Window Brands with Vast Options for All Tastes and Budgets.
At the end of the day, your window choices really come down to your personal aesthetic, style and budget. So, having options is key. And options are what we offer in full (along with exceptional window expertise), including Andersen, Hayfield, Kolbe, Larson, ModernView, Thermo-Tech, Velux, Visions, and Weather Shield.
Fall Rebates on Larson Home Solutions Products
Now through November 2, 2021
Purchase LARSON Home Solutions products during the Fall Sale and save with a Mail-in rebate! Save on Storm Windows, Scenix Porch Windows and Retractable Screen Products and Screen Doors. Get a $100 Rebate for $1000 purchase! Spend $500 receive $50 Rebate. Spend $250 receive $25 Rebate. Spend $100 receive $15 Rebate. Stop by your local Chase Lumber to learn more and get your mail-in rebate on your next Larson products purchased by Nov. 2. Learn more about the Rebate options here.
Now offering 100 Series Anderson Windows.
We are excited to offer you this innovative window line made from Anderson’s revolutionary Fibrex® composite material. Environmentally responsible, 100 Series windows uses 40% reclaimed wood by weight. Offering twice the strength of vinyl windows, and darker, richer colors than most vinyl products. Popular among both homeowners and contractors for replacement windows and new builds. To learn more about 100 Series Anderson windows and see if it’s the right choice for you, contact or stop into your local Chase Lumber and talk with our window experts.
Know Your Window Types to Help Get It Right.
Single Hung Windows
A single hung window has the top sash fixed in place (only the bottom sash can open). Thus, they are generally more energy efficient (fixed top sash) and more affordable.
Double Hung Windows
A double hung window offers the flexibility to open both top and bottom sashes (even at the same time). As a result, they offer more ventilation and functionality, but can cost more than single hung.
A casement window has the sash hinged on the side and opens either to the left or the right. They can offer large, uninterrupted expanse of glass and ventilation, and are more airtight that most windows when closed.
A slider window functions similar to a double hung window but opens horizontally. Providing a wider more uninterrupted view.
An awning window is hinged at the top and opens outward. This allows air to flow up and into the room while keeping out any rain that may fall.
A picture window is fixed in place. Offering more uninterrupted views (with no sashes) and high energy efficiency since it cannot be opened or closed.
Bay or Row Windows
Bay or row windows provide a three-dimensional effect. Offering more space, light and views to a home.
Skylight windows are a great way to bring more natural light and fresh air into a room. And new innovations make them exceptionally weathertight and convenient to open/close with various shading options.
This involves the glass and not the window type. These windows have a very thin outer coating of titanium dioxide on the glass. Which means that it keeps the glass clean of organic (carbon-based) dirt using both sunlight and rain. But not every window manufacturer offers it. To learn more, stop by your local Chase Lumber and talk to one of our window experts.
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For further insights on window styles, functionalities, benefits and more (from full frame windows to window inserts), visit our Problem Solvers Series blog.