Residential Window Services in St Charles, MO & Surrounding Areas

Do you hear all the sounds from the exterior of your home?  Do you notice a draft from the windows in cold or hot weather?  Do you see moisture collecting on your windows?  If you said yes to any of these questions, it might be time to repair or replace your windows.  The windows in your home should help to protect from the outside elements but also provide you the comfort and peace and quiet you deserve.  If you are in need of professional window installers, give our team a call today and we can help!

Residential Window Installation

When you buy the best window, it's only as good as it's installation.  Ensuring that your window performs as intended, it's imperative to hire a professional window installer.  Choosing the right window installer can be tricky but if you go with a company that has an A+ rating with the BBB, has almost 30 years of experience in the business and has an impeccable record, you can't go wrong with Angle Ridge Remodeling LLC.  
There are 2 installation techniques used when installing a window: Pocket Installation and Full-Frame Installation.  Understanding the difference between the two and what you may need is key to making the right decision for your home.  
Pocket Installation - With this type of installation, only the glass is removed leaving the existing frame.  Installation time is minimum and the windows can't be increased in size or shape. 
Full-Frame Installation - This includes the replacement of everything specific to the window, including, the glass, the frame, the insulation, and the trim.  This technique allows for the shape and size to be expanded if desired.  This method is more time consuming than a pocket installation. 
Choosing the right option for your home or office can be tricky depending on the condition of your existing frame.  Making this decision on your own can be tough, give the window professionals at Angle Ridge Remodeling LLC a call and we can help!

Residential Window Options

You want to ensure that you choose the right window for your specific home or office needs.  The options may vary depending on whether you are dealing with a new construction or remodeling project or if you are replacing windows in an existing home.  
There are a multitude of things to consider:
Frame Type
Vinyl Frame Windows - These frames are typically the least expensive and usually can't be painted and most commonly are offered in white. 
Aluminum Frame Windows - Where these frames are fairly a new option, these do provide the most durability and can usually be painted but it's not necessary.
If you are replacing windows in an existing home, you need to decide if you want to keep the frame style the same as the previously hung windows or if you want to change them all.  With a new construction or remodel,  the choice is yours!
Glass Type
Casement Style Windows - These windows are hinged on the side instead of the middle of the glass providing you with an unobstructed view. 
Single Hung Windows - The bottom part of the window is the only one that is functional, leaving the top part of the glass in place. 
Double Hung Windows - This option provides movement of both the upper and lower sections of the window and are ideal for cleaning.  
Awning Style Windows - The top part of the window is hinged leaving the window to open outward. 
Hopper Style Windows - Hinged at the bottom, these windows can open inwardly or outwardly. 
Fixed Windows - These windows don't open as they are used only for light, not any type of ventilation. 
And Many More...
Sometimes when choosing the right windows, you might choose a different style of window depending on the area of the home.  If you have questions, we have answers.  Give us a call today to see how we can help!

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should residential windows be replaced?  Once a window has reached around 25 years old, it's best to start considering new windows.  Your windows will probably be experiencing either condensation problems, energy-efficiency issues and a multitude of other noticeable problems.  
Is it necessary for the installers to be inside my home during installation?  Typically, most windows can and should be installed outside the home however there are special circumstances that could come up during installation that could require our contractors to come inside the home.  This will be discussed with the homeowner beforehand and we will ensure your homes cleanliness and safety. 
Do all "new construction" windows come with a manufacturers' warranty?  Yes, we will discuss your specific windows warranties with the homeowner and ensure we are up-to-speed on your specific windows requirements during installation.
Do I need to dispose of my old windows after the new ones are installed?  No, here at Angle Ridge Remodeling LLC, we will dispose of your old windows in the proper manner however, if you wish to keep the old windows (based on their condition after their removal) please discuss this with us prior to installation so we can work with you on this. 
What if there is a problem with my window after installation?  Angle Ridge Remodeling LLC has been around for more than 30 years, if you experience any problems with your windows after installation, give us a call and we will come and fix the problem.  
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