New Windows for America Earns 2019 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Denver, Colorado, 01/14/2020 – New Windows for America is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2019.

“Service pros that receive our Angie’s List Super Service Award represent the best in our network, who are consistently making great customer service their mission,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “These pros have provided exceptional service to our members and absolutely deserve recognition for the exemplary customer service they exhibited in the past year.”

Angie’s List Super Service Award 2019 winners have met strict eligibility requirements, which include maintaining an “A” rating in overall grade, recent grade, and review period grade. The SSA winners must be in good standing with Angie’s List and undergo additional screening.

New Windows for America has been listed on Angie’s List since June 2007. Service company ratings are updated continually on Angie’s List as new, verified consumer reviews are submitted. Companies are graded on an A through F scale in multiple fields ranging from price to professionalism to punctuality. For over two decades Angie’s List has been a trusted name for connecting consumers to top-rated service professionals. Angie’s List provides unique tools and support designed to improve the local service experience for both consumers and service professionals.

Angie's List Super Service Award

Why Replacement Windows, New Siding, and Doors are More Affordable Than You Might Think

When you consider what replacement windows, fresh siding, and new doors can do for your Denver or Boulder home, it’s an easy choice to have them installed. But, for a lot of homeowners, it isn’t quite that easy – they are afraid of the costs that might be involved with a home improvement project, like replacing windows or doors, or replacing siding.

At New Windows for America we can certainly understand that. However, you should know that replacement windows, siding, and doors can be more affordable than you might think. Here are five quick reasons why:

  1. You don’t have to break the bank for quality windows, doors, and siding. Because we sell our products factory-direct, you don’t have to deal with middlemen or huge price markups. That means you can get high-quality windows, doors, and siding on a reasonable budget.
  2. Our products are Energy-Star® rated and are custom-fitted for your home by the qualified and trained staff at New Windows for America.
  3. Financing is available for qualified customers. You can give your home a fresh look and more energy efficiency without writing a big check. That’s because, in addition to our low prices, we offer financing for qualified customers. So, you don’t have to wait to make your home more beautiful, comfortable, and valuable.
  4. Windows, doors, and siding can last for decades. When you invest in quality home improvement materials and craftsmanship, it’s an expense that you won’t have to worry about again for a long time. Many of our products can last for decades with the proper care and maintenance.
  5. You can save on energy bills and tax incentives. Our customers love that our products can save them big on their utility bills month after month. In addition, the state government often provides tax rebates and incentives for making your home more energy-efficient.

If you want to find out exactly how durable doors and siding can fit into your home improvement plans and budget, please call us today at (303) 920-0175, or schedule your FREE in-home estimate. It only takes a few minutes, and our helpful team will be happy to answer any questions you might have without subjecting you to unwanted sales pressure.

5 Things to Know About Denver Window Replacement

Denver Window Replacement

There comes a time when every homeowner or property manager has to consider Denver window replacement. Either because an existing window has been broken or worn or just because it’s time for something different. At New Windows for America, we regularly hear from new customers throughout the Rocky Mountain region who need new windows but don’t know where to start.

The great thing about window replacement is that the right purchase can last for many, many years to come. The downside to that, of course, is that a lot of homeowners and buyers can feel like they’re replacing windows for the first time, even if they’ve been through the process before.

Besides, windows (as with just about everything else in our lives) have changed and evolved a great deal over the past few decades. That means there are plenty of things to know and consider as you look through your options.

To help make those decisions easier, here are five things to know about Denver window replacement:

  1. Denver window replacement can give your home a fresh look. Whether you’re renovating your home, just freshening up your interior design, or want to get rid of some existing older windows, installing new ones can give your home a brighter, cleaner look.
  2. The right windows can be a breath of fresh air. Many Denver homeowners never open their windows because of the hassles involved. Being able to let a bit of fresh air in makes your home more livable, can improve air quality, and can even help you save on heating and cooling costs.
  3. Getting the right windows can have a big effect on energy costs. Speaking of energy, did you know that newer windows help with both heating and cooling, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars every year? You might be amazed at the difference window replacement can make in your energy bills.
  4. Replacing old windows can cut down on your workload. Often, older windows are difficult to access or clean, meaning you’re faced with the choice of spending more time on them or letting them become dirty and unappealing. With the right set of replacement windows, you don’t have those problems.
  5. It pays to hire the right Denver window replacement installation team. As tempting as it might be to simply choose the cheapest set of windows you can find, you will save more time and be a lot happier, over the long run, if you find the right Denver window replacement team like New Windows for America to assist you.

When it’s time to consider window replacement in Denver, it pays to work with the experts at New Windows for America who can give you the most choices, the best prices, and superior service.

Why not visit our showroom today and see how we can help you get the perfect windows for your home?

Or fill out the form to the right, for a FREE In-Home Window Replacement Estimate today!

Why It’s Important to Replace Old Windows

Why It’s Important to Replace Old Windows

When it comes to Denver window replacement, lots of homeowners tend to put off the inevitable. Sure, they know they need new windows for their home – or could at least stand to consider replacing the windows they have – but it’s easy for that chore to slide to the bottom of a long list.

That’s especially true when the existing windows aren’t visibly damaged or broken. Add together the fact that most of us are busy enough as it is, and the likelihood that a homeowner might not know enough about windows to be sure of what they want and need, and it’s no surprise that Denver window replacement falls fairly high on the list of things people procrastinate about.

But, as easy as it is to put this chore off, it’s even more important you take the first steps to replace old windows when you have the chance. Here are just a few of the biggest reasons why you should look at window replacement sooner rather than later:

  1. New windows make your home more comfortable. It’s no secret that a set of beautiful windows can add an open, inviting feeling to any room in your home. That can make a profound difference anywhere, but especially in high-traffic living areas where you and your family spend a lot of time.
  2. Old windows make your home look and seem older. On the other hand, older, chipped, or dingy windows can give your home a “rundown” feel, even if other elements are newer and cleaner. Because our eyes are drawn to windows, we tend to notice them more often than other things, like rugs or pieces of furniture.
  3. Modern windows can pay for themselves quickly. We frequently hear from new customers who are amazed at how much of a difference the right set of windows can make in their heating and cooling costs. Here in the Front Range, where temperatures can reach such extremes during the summer and winter months, Denver window replacement can be a real money-saver.
  4. Getting new windows is much easier than you think. There’s really no reason to put off window replacement, even if you aren’t that familiar with the process. Not only is it quick and inexpensive, but a member of our team will be happy to guide you through your options and make sure you get exactly what you need.

There’s no need to put off Denver window replacement – the help you need to select windows that have the right look, functionality, and energy efficiency you need is just a phone call or a short drive away. Fill out the form to the right, for a FREE In-Home Window Replacement Estimate today! and let the New Windows for America team of experts in Denver help you find the windows that are perfect for your home!

Innovative Windows with Innovator Names

When most people think of windows, they picture a few pieces of glass in the wall that open and close; giving very little thought to the science that goes into modern glazing. At New Windows for America, innovation has reached new levels. Literally.

Edison Double Hung

Very few windows are designed for the rigors that housing in the Mile High City faces on a regular basis. The VinylMax™ Newton and Edison designs have been scientifically engineered for high altitudes in ways that would make their namesakes proud.

For some time, the insertion of argon gas in double paned windows has increased their insulation factor significantly. The denser-than-air material reduces radiant thermal transfer; the escaping of heat or cold through the glass. With argon, krypton, or other gases, the windows are vastly more energy efficient. Unfortunately, many less-costly windows are manufactured in low altitude factories and then shipped to higher elevations. Over time, as the sealant breaks down with cold and sun, the lower outside air pressure air will draw the argon gas out resulting in a less efficient window.

However, with the Newton and Edison windows, this has been taken into account. Their Vinyl welded seam and multi-chambered “I” Beam construction coupled with double strength dual paned glass keeps the frame rigid and the sealant from flexing during opening and closing. Additionally, both designs incorporate two options for between-pane spacers. The Intercept spacer provides steel reinforcement to support the structural design of the window, however the Super Spacer upgrade replaces the metal with a rigid foam. As an added bonus, the Newton and Edison designs utilize specialized IdealSeal™ and EdiSeal™ to eliminate leaks around the edges of the window and sash as time and settling disfigure the window frame. The IdealSeal incorporates triple Mylar fins and a foam filled bulb to provide extra protection. The EdiSeal uses a similar concept for the sash, where the IdealSeal is focused around the window edge itself. The additional weather stripping of both designs creates an interlocking seal to keep the elements out and making both windows a smart purchase.

Although there are a few more similarities between the two, it’s important to note a few differences. The Edison is a great all-around, multi-use window that is priced to compete with other styles. The Newton, on the other hand, is miles ahead of the rest. Not only does it slide like most in-wall windows, but it also has a tilt-to-clean feature with die-cast locks that control slide as well as tilt. No unsightly tilt locks here. Its low-pressure tilt pivots are designed for long lasting durability and whisper quiet function. Finally, “positive-pressure” pulls the window tight when not tilted for better energy efficiency. These design feature shoot the Vinylmax™ Newton right to the top of the list.

With the Edison and the Newton designs, Vinylmax™ has truly developed windows that can survive in both the harsh winters and hot summers of the Mile High City. Their rugged design, argon insulation, and Intelliglass construction make them top choices even without the other great improvements in energy efficiency and convenience. They are truly innovative windows that deserve their names.

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Top 3 Things To Know About Condensation

You just got out of a nice warm shower. Look at the windows. Do you see that layer of fog and the droplets running down in rivulets? That’s condensation and normally, it’s really not a bad thing. However, when you start to find precipitation when no one has been in the bathroom, it’s time to start worrying. What may not seem like such a small thing can cause problems in areas you can’t see. Damaged paint, mildew in the drywall, and stained wood decorations are just a few of the problems that unwanted moisture can cause.

Here are the top 3 things you need to know about excess condensation in your house.

  1. A good thing is causing a bad problem. You’ve worked hard to make sure that your house is air tight to keep the heat in during the winter and out during the summer. The windows and doors have a good seal around them and you’ve found all of the cracks and holes in the walls that leak the conditioned air that you are paying good money for. Unfortunately, your hermetic house is now holding humidity from daily showers, dishwasher discharge, and slightly clogged dryer vents. Unwanted dampness is now trying to find its way out and can’t; raising the ambient moisture level which leads to…
  2. Higher humidity creating hidden horrors. When condensation can’t dissipate into the surrounding air, it has a tendency to collect in dark damp places and make them worse. Mildew and mold begin to develop in unseen areas and soon spread out along the edge of drywall and wooden joists in the walls. By the time it begins to show through the paint or peek out from floorboards and moldings, it’s a good bet that your walls need more than a coat of Kilz. As an added problem, residual droplets will eventually eat through wood varnish and stain or discolor wooden furniture and trim. Renovation or worse may be necessary. Don’t fret yet, however because…
  3. Controlling condensation is enormously easy. If you start to notice excessive vapor around the house, all you need to do is open a window. By letting fresh, albeit chilly, air circulate for ten minutes a day during the frosty months, you can prevent mold and mildew from taking over the house. Cold winter air is naturally dry and will act as a sponge; drawing out surplus damp and keeping unhealthy spore growth at bay. On the other hand, if the cost of reheating the house is too much, there are mechanical and chemical drying options that will keep your home dry. Search through the net and find one that works for you.

Although excess condensation can cause numerous aesthetic, structural, and health problems, it is a relatively simple situation to remedy. Keep an eye on the windows and you’ll catch it before it becomes a problem. If nothing else, open a window. Fresh air is good for the lungs!

When is it a Good Idea to Replace the Windows in a House?

Windows are some of the most prominent parts of a house, yet except for being fitted with some sort of coverings, they tend to get ignored by residents. This is because they will last for years before failing completely. Even so, it’s a good idea to pay more attention to them. Window replacement in Denver may turn out to be needed after all.

Old Windows May Not Be as Efficient as Possible

Like everything else, windows have become better over time. While there may not be a big difference between today’s windows and those made 10 years ago, there’s no doubt that those made 40 or 50 years ago are obsolete. One of the biggest differences is the switch from single-glazed windows to double-glazed and even triple-glazed products. A double-glazed window has a layer of air or other gas sealed between the panes, and this serves as insulation.

Wooden Frames May Harbor Hidden Rot

Wooden window frames are subject to rot, insect infestation, mold, and cracking. However, these problems often start with what seems like a tiny worn spot – a spot small enough to be missed if the windows aren’t carefully looked over on a regular basis. Even worse, a small defect can allow water to enter the frame underneath the surface and cause extensive damage not only to it, but the structural framing around the window opening.

To prevent problems of this sort, make sure to check over the windows and the surrounding wall areas every few months. Even better, pre-emptively replace the windows with vinyl, which doesn’t rot, crack, or draw insects.

It’s Drafty Near the Windows

This shows that they aren’t forming tight seals. Either there are gaps between the glass and the frames or there are spaces between the frames and the house. If the windows have always been this way, they’re probably of the old, inefficient variety. Newer windows can be drafty, too – failed seals or damage between the window frames and the house will let air in. Either way, leaky windows should be replaced.

These are just some of the reasons windows should be replaced even if they’re working the way they always have done. New ones provide tight seals when closed, have multiple efficiency features, and in most cases, use frames that will never rot or crack. Check out the options today to see how much better the technology has become.

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How to Get a Great Deal on Replacement Windows & Doors in Denver

Energy Efficient Window Denver Boulder Colorado

There are a lot of reasons that you could be considering replacement window and/or doors in Denver or Boulder. Maybe it’s time for a new look to match fresh paint or siding, or perhaps your existing windows or doors have become weathered or damaged. Regardless of why, it’s important to choose something that doesn’t just look great on your home, but represents the right long-term value for your house.

With that in mind, here are a few easy steps you can follow to help you get a great deal on replacement windows and doors in Denver:

  1. Consider colors, styles, and materials. Because it’s something that every guest and visitor will see, you should pay close attention to the style that you are going for. Your windows and doors can completely change the look and feel that your home gives, so take the time to consider different colors, textures, and even shapes. Often, our customers find that the “perfect new window or door” for their Denver or Boulder home isn’t the one they first thought it would be.
  2. Take durability and energy costs into consideration. Although having the right look is important, it shouldn’t be the only factor in your decision. That’s because windows and doors can be constructed in many different ways, and from lots of different materials. You should choose something that will last for a long time, look great over the years, and help keep energy costs down by insulating your home’s doorway. You might be surprised at the difference a new window or door can make in your monthly bills.
  3. Choose the right Denver or Boulder company to provide and install your new replacement window or door. Choosing the right company for replacement windows and doors in Denver is important for a couple of reasons. First, a business with a good reputation isn’t going to sell you a product that the employees wouldn’t want in their own homes. And second, you can be sure they’ll handle installation and any future questions to your satisfaction.

Buying a new window or door for your Denver home is easy, but choosing the right one takes a little bit of thought and a few expert opinions. The replacement window or door should stay in your home for many years to come, so why not ensure that you’re getting the very best for your style, budget, and energy-efficiency needs?

For the best doors, replacement windows, and siding in Denver and throughout the Front Range, contact New Windows for America. Our friendly staff will be happy to walk you through your options and help you find the answer that’s perfect for your home.

Why Energy Efficient Windows are a Hot Topic in Colorado… and What You Can do to Cut Energy Costs

Energy Efficient Window Denver Boulder ColoradoVisitors to Colorado know us for our gorgeous scenery and friendly faces. If you have lived in Denver or Boulder for more than a few months, though, you probably understand our second reputation: the one for extreme and unpredictable weather.

That’s not always a bad thing, since it means you can enjoy golf, hiking, and skiing all in the same week. But, when it comes to your utility bills – especially for heating in the winter and air conditioning in the blazing summer months – it’s not all wonderful news. Those energy costs can really add up, and in the past few years, homeowners throughout Colorado have been looking for ways to save money and be more comfortable at the same time.

Here at New Windows for America, we are helping our customers throughout Denver, Boulder, and the Front Range to make their homes more energy-efficient. You can enjoy the savings, too, by making a few small investments around the home, such as:

  1. Replacement windows. When you aren’t using modern, properly installed windows in your Colorado home, you literally let money fly out through the cracks. Given that they are so easy to upgrade – and that our replacement energy efficient windows come with free installation and strong warranties – why wouldn’t you want to have the best and keep more cash in your own pocket?
  2. New doors. Next to the windows, doors are the most common culprits for money-wasting inefficiency, as they can let lots of warm or cool air in and out of your house all year long. Besides being energy-efficient, new doors can give your home a new look and feel. To see the difference the right door can make, you just have to spend a few minutes looking through the hundreds of options we offer our customers.
  3. Updated vinyl and steel siding. Not only can siding help reinforce your home’s insulation, but it can also add to its beauty and value while protecting you from the elements. If your siding has become worn – or you just think it’s time for a fresh color and/or style – now is the perfect time to visit New Windows for America and see our Denver home siding options.

High energy bills don’t have to stop you from enjoying life in Colorado and getting the most from your house. Why not talk with a member of our team today and see how easy it is to lower your monthly utility costs through replacement windows, doors, and home siding?

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