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High-Quality Window Replacement

Nothing brings instant curb appeal, energy efficiency, and increased home value like replacement windows. If you have drafty old windows, they are likely to leak, stick, and fail to properly open and close. Broken seals and rotted sills in old windows can make your house look dated.

Midwest Roofing, Siding & Windows installs high-quality replacement windows in the Twin Cities area and beyond. Our replacement windows offer the following benefits to your home:

  • Enhancing energy efficiency
  • Increasing your home’s value
  • Lowering heating & cooling costs
  • Reducing maintenance costs
  • Enhancing home safety
  • Improving curb appeal
  • Creating a noise barrier
  • Improving home comfort

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Precise Window Installation

At Midwest Roofing, Siding & Windows, we always emphasize the importance of proper installation to ensure the greatest efficiency of your replacement windows. High-quality windows are a long-term investment.

This investment brings years of savings on your heating and cooling bills. The first critical step of an optimal installation for replacement windows is measurements. Otherwise, your house will be susceptible to drafts; these can increase your energy bills and reduce comfort.

Some of the key measurements our crew will take include:

If you’re wondering which window brand to choose – don’t worry! We will help you determine which brand would best suit your needs and budget. Whichever window style and brand you need, we can customize it to suit your house, siding, and other interior and exterior design.

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Window Styles

Each type of window comes with specific features and characteristics. Whether or not you want to open your windows and control the amount of light they let in, we offer functional replacement windows to suit your specific needs. Here are the common types of windows Midwest Roofing, Siding & Windows offers.

Double-hung windows provide a classic look and come with upper and lower sashes which are both operable. Raising the lower sash and lowering the top sash allows warm air to exit through the top and cool air to come in via the bottom. These window sashes tilt inward, which allows easy cleaning from inside your home.

Single-hung windows look like their double-hung counterparts but only the lower sash moves. Just like double-hung windows, certain models allow you to tilt the sash inward to clean your window’s exterior.

Sliding windows come with one or more panels which slide horizontally along lower or upper tracks. This allows you to open half of your window for ventilation.

Casement windows are the earliest form of movable windows. Framed in either wood or metal, they pivot or hinge at the upright side of their vertically hung sash. This allows the window to open in or out like a door.

Awning windows are typically hinged on the top and open outward from the bottom, providing ventilation and protection from the elements. These windows are often placed higher on walls to ensure privacy or in combination with bigger stationary windows to provide a better view.

Bay windows consist of a beautiful picture window at the center with windows on either side. They provide large views of the outdoor natural surroundings, extra sunlight, and better ventilation and airflow.

Bow windows are similar to bay windows, but the whole structure is smaller and rounded. Since they protrude out from the side of your house, these windows provide a dramatic three-dimensional effect.

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Window Manufacturers

At Midwest Roofing, Siding & Windows, we only install quality products from reputable brands.

  • Pella Windows are available in multiple replacement lines, including the widely sold casement and double-hung styles. You can choose wood, clad, aluminum, or vinyl. Pella also offers low-emissivity (low-E) as well as argon-filled (gas-filled) glass to ensure high efficiency.
  • Andersen Windows offers double-hung and casement style windows. They feature quality wood, clad, composite, and vinyl construction in either low-emissivity (low-E) or argon-filled (gas-filled) glass.
  • Marvin produces dependable double-hung and casement style windows in a variety of durable materials, including wood, composite, and clad. Their windows come with low-emissivity (low-E) and argon-filled (gas-filled) glass to ensure high efficiency.
  • Hayfield proudly manufactures high-quality windows in Minnesota. The brand uses cutting-edge technology to ensure stability, efficiency, and consistency while offering a myriad of impressive design possibilities to match your home decor and lifestyle.
  • Sunrise is recognized for building beautiful windows and doors which offer superior performance and efficiency. They continually develop new products to enhance the look and feel of any home.
  • Weathershield produces wood-clad windows in both replacement and new-construction lines. Their windows are available in stock sizes, special-order, and custom options.
  • Alside vinyl windows come as double-hung, bay windows, or casement windows. The company also produces custom-made windows to fit any existing window openings.

Contact Midwest Roofing, Siding & Windows for all your window replacement needs. When we come to your home, we determine the right replacement window for your house based on your needs and budget.