Window Installation & Replacement
Older windows are not built to the same quality standards as today’s. Manufacturers have innovated windows to make them more durable and effective. If your home’s windows are 15 years or older, you are likely losing money. Our replacement windows can save you as much as $465 or more annually in energy costs. In addition, window installation can add a median value of around $7000 to your home’s resale value. In fact, the home improvement costs can be a tax write off at the end of the year.
Our Window Installation Service
All of our windows are manufactured in the USA and meet the requirements set by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association. The replacement windows use the TMAX Glass System and all frames are fusion welded and foam-filled. In addition we offer DP 50 windows, rated to be able to withstand category 5 wind speeds.
- Single Hung Windows
- Double Hung Windows
- Awning Windows
- Basement Windows
- Casement Windows
- Sliding Windows
- Picture Windows
- Transom Windows
- Geometric Windows
- Rolling Patio Doors
- French Patio Doors
Our exterior colors come in white and almond. For the interior, we offer services to paint, stain, and even laminate your windows using colors of your choice.
Why Choose Charleston Exteriors
We provide and install energy efficient window packages for your home. Furthermore, this includes one of the strongest warranties in the window and door industry. A window can only shield your home if it is installed correctly. An improper installation by an unqualified serviceman can lead to higher energy costs and unseen water damage. As a result, all of Charleston Exteriors' window installers are trained in how to properly fit, insulate, and secure windows.
In Charleston, proper window installation is especially important. In tropical storms and hurricanes, your home’s windows are a weak point. If a window breaks, the wind and rain can enter your home and damage irreplaceable items. In addition, this can create lasting moisture problems in your walls and flooring. For more security against the weather, we recommend high impact windows to help your home withstand the hurricanes known to the Charleston area.