CUSTOM WINDOW REPLACEMENT AND INSTALLATION
Custom Made Windows in Maryland and Pennsylvania
Windows are an essential aspect to your home’s energy efficiency. Old windows often leak cool air to the outdoors during the summer and let warm air escape during the winter—costing you hundreds of dollars on your electric bills.
Potomac View Energy’s custom vinyl replacement windows are a stylish and functional way to ensure your home stays cool when you want a break from a sweltering Maryland summer day and warm throughout the entire autumn and winter. Our custom-made replacement windows are specifically made to fit your home, offering improved energy efficiency and increased home value.Schedule free consultation
At Potomac View Energy, our window replacement process includes:
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“The entire company from the owner down to the crew who did the installation were top notch. The crew discovered a lot of rotten wood in the frame work, which they replaced without issue. The enlarged window turned out great, the sliders work great, and all of the windows and exterior framing/wrapping/sealing were done perfectly. I am extremely happy with the work that was done and had a great experience during the whole process. I would recommend Potomac View Energy to anyone looking to have windows or doors replaced.”
We’re proud to offer stronger, safer, elegant and energy-efficient windows
After selecting your window style and material, you have one last decision to make: the efficiency level of your replacement windows. They help save energy, reduce noise from the outside, and prevent indoor condensation. ENERGY STAR® qualified windows are some of the most energy efficient options available for Maryland homeowners. These windows must meet strict criteria to qualify for the rating. They come equipped with a lifetime guarantee and save you money on your energy bills every month of the year.
Should I replace my windows all at once?
If you’re looking to update your windows for aesthetic or energy-efficiency reasons, replacing all of them at the same time can provide substantial benefits. Much of the time larger jobs like these will cost less, as you can bundle up many of the expenses of a window replacement and can frequently get great deals on purchasing many windows at once.
How long does window installation take?
Many window replacements or window installations can be handled in a single day, or maybe even a handful of hours. However, this depends on how many windows are being installed and the level of complexity that the windows present. It’s best to expect it to be a two-day job.
Is it more cost-effective to replace broken glass or a whole window?
If there are no other issues with the window and only the pane has been damaged, replacing a glass pane makes more financial sense. However, if the window is old and outdated, or poorly insulated, you’ll save a whole lot more by replacing the entire window.
What is the best time of the year to replace windows?
Replacing in early spring is a great choice, as weather rarely impacts scheduling and ensures you get your installation done in a timely manner. However, starting in fall windows often see price reductions and sales, which can save you money.
How do I choose a window style?
Picking window styles like double-hung, casement, or sliding windows is often a choice dictated by your personal tastes. It is important to note, though, that depending on where you want your windows installed, the location may make certain window types impossible to install. It’s best to schedule a consultation with a window specialist to discuss what works best for you and your home!
How do I know when it’s time to replace a window?
There are many signs that a window may need replacing, outside of obvious cracks or shattering. Our team frequently suggests window replacement if:
Do I need new windows if I have condensation?
Not necessarily. Condensation forms when your windows are poorly insulated, or when the air seals between your window panes are wearing out. It’s possible that new windows are the right choice, but replacing the panes with a new IGU (Insulated Glass Unit) may also solve your problem.