How do Window Replacements Work?
Just like we can help you choose the right siding for your home, our skilled team can also help you identify the ideal new windows to install in your home, whether you live as far west as Leavenworth, as far south as Belton, as far east as Blue Springs, or as far north as Excelsior Springs.
Contact us for an in-home consultation by calling (816) 994-3725.
Popular window options for homes in the KC metro from premier brands like Thermolock, Newton, Franklin, PlyGem, and Vinylmax, include unique features to block UV rays and drafts. Our window replacement company also employs tried-and-true installation methods for keeping your home secure and cozy.
- Microscopic metallic or metallic oxide layers, called low-emissivity (low-e) coatings, are applied to the glass surface to reflect infrared light, while allowing gorgeous natural light to pass through.
- Double- or triple-glazed windows block UV rays and weather. The space between the glass panes are filled with harmless inert gasses as an additional barrier.
- Weatherstripping and caulking wears out over time, and our window installers ensure your new ones are intact, particularly around the window frame, where airflow moves.
- Insulated frames and sashes (the parts of the window that hold the glass and enable it to open and close) offer enhanced insulation. Materials like vinyl, fiberglass, or wood composites provide superior thermal performance compared to old aluminum windows.
Ultimately, even the most technologically advanced windows will fail to provide benefits if they’re not installed correctly. Great Plains Exteriors follows window installation best practices for the best possible results.