Replacement window colors
Whether you’re looking for a modern, classic, or rustic look for your replacement windows, we’ve got exterior and interior color options to fit any Wisconsin home aesthetic.
Modern window colors:
Modern windows typically feature clean lines, minimalistic design, and an emphasis on functionality. They tend to have a sleek appearance and are often made with materials like metal, glass, or composite materials. Window colors that fit this category include cool tones such as white, gray, black, and metallic finishes.
Classic window colors:
Classic windows are characterized by their traditional designs and timeless appeal. They often feature detailed moldings and ornate patterns that add a touch of elegance to any home. Window colors that might fit under this category include warm tones such as cream, beige, brown, and wood finishes.
Rustic window colors:
Rustic windows have a natural and rugged appearance that complements homes with a country or farmhouse style. They typically feature wood frames and may have decorative hardware or distressed finishes. Window colors that might fit under this category include earthy tones such as green, brown, or red, as well as natural wood finishes.
When to replace your windows
Consider replacing your windows if you’re experiencing drafts, mold, cracking, warping, or a suddenly increased energy bill. Some windows have a shorter lifespan than others, but the rate at which windows need to be replaced is highly dependent on how they were installed. Poorly installed windows will need to be replaced much more often than windows that are properly installed, reinforced, and insulated. Pick a window brand and contactor with credibility. Going the cheap route with window replacement usually results in more frequent repairs.
7 signs your windows need to be replaced
- Drafts or leaks: If you feel a draft coming from your windows or notice water leaks, it's likely that the seals around the window have failed and need to be replaced.
- Condensation: If there’s condensation between the panes of glass, it means that the seal around the window is no longer airtight and needs to be replaced.
- Difficulty opening or closing: If your windows are difficult to open or close, the problem may be worn-out parts such as the balance system or sash.
- Rot or damage: If you notice rot or damage around the window frame or sill, it's likely that the window needs to be replaced.
- High energy bills: If your energy bills are higher than usual, it could be due to inefficient windows that aren't properly insulating your home.
- Noise: If you can hear a lot of outside noise when your windows are closed, it may be time to replace them with more soundproof windows.
- Age: Windows generally have a lifespan of around 15-20 years. If your windows are older than that, it may be time to replace them with newer, more energy-efficient models.
Financing for window replacement
We know a full window replacement doesn’t always happen at the perfect time. To take some of the financial stress off our customers we offer two affordable window replacement financing options. You can choose between a 1-year and 10-year payment plan, whichever fits your budget. We also offer the best warranty in the business, so you can rest assured that your windows are protected for years to come.
Contact a Wisconsin window contractor
If your windows need to be placed, contact the experienced Wisconsin window contractors at Infinity Exteriors. We provide you with a free estimate with no strings attached before you make any commitments. All of our windows are backed by our lifetime warranty, guaranteeing quality on every single job. Our contractors will get the job done right the first time so you can enjoy your new windows for years to come.
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