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Energy Efficient Windows Wisconsin window installation & replacement

Eliminate the hot and cold spots in your living space with energy-efficient windows from Wisconsin’s #1 window contractors. These windows resist temperature change and block out harmful UV rays. According to energy.gov, heat gain or loss through windows is responsible for 25%-30% of your energy bill.

Energy-efficient window installation from Wisconsin's best

Wisconsin is known for dramatic lake-effect weather that can result in expensive energy bills. Trust Wisconsin’s #1 window installers for energy-efficient window installation, replacement or repair. Check out our interactive remodeling map to see where we’ve been and our before & after gallery to see the results. Our customer feedback is a testament to the fact that our contractors have the experience and craftsmanship to do the job right.

Advantages of energy-efficient windows

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Block damaging UV rays
  • Sound resistant
  • Low maintenance

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Energy-efficient window installation cost

For full installation, energy-efficient window prices run anywhere from $270 to $1000+. Costs will vary, depending on factors like window quantity, frame material, size & brand. While the price is higher than a standard window, energy-efficient windows score you energy savings and an increase in property value. To determine an exact installation price, Infinity will send an expert to evaluate your window situation. Invest in your home with budget-friendly payment plans- check out Infinity's window replacement financing.

Energy-efficient window repair in Wisconsin

You won’t see any energy savings if your windows are broken or cracked. Maybe you trusted the wrong contractors to install your energy-efficient windows and they aren’t sealed properly. Windows without proper sealing will result in outside air easily penetrating your interior- exactly what you were trying to avoid when choosing to install energy-efficient windows. Rain and snow could also be leaking into your wall, damaging the structural integrity of your home. Signs your windows weren’t installed correctly include:

 

Types and Styles of Windows:

Awning windows

Awning windows swing outward to allow for proper ventilation. These windows are commonly used in basements and bathrooms.

Casement windows

Casement windows can be used alone or in a series to create a bow window. These windows usually feature a hinge on one side and can often be opened outward or inward.

Bow windows

Create more space and let more natural light in with bow windows. These windows are usually made up of multiple casement windows that stick out from the exterior of your home.

Sliding windows

Slider, or glider, windows are opened and closed simply as the glass seamlessly moves across a track.

Egress windows

Egress windows are emergency exit windows commonly installed in basements. Instead of style, these windows are defined by dimensions that meet building code regulations.

Specialty windows

Custom and specialty window shapes are available to suit the needs of your home's design.

Picture windows

Picture, or fixed, windows are completely sealed shut, making them highly energy-efficient. These windows can come in many shapes for the perfect accent.

Double hung windows

Most double hung windows provide multiple ventilation options - lower the window from the top or raise up from the bottom.

Composite windows

Composite windows are built to look like wood windows, but will never warp or absorb moisture. These windows are incredibly durable and are energy efficient.

Fiberglass windows

Fiberglass windows are extremely durable and low-maintenance. These windows will withstand Wisconsin's extreme temperatures and weather conditions from Spring to Winter.

Palladian windows

These three-part windows have an arched window with square side sections. Palladian windows are a focal point for many historical homes and add tremendous curb appeal.

Oriel windows

Oriel windows brighten up spaces and make interiors look larger. Curb appeal skyrockets at the sight of an elegant oriel window.

Skylight windows

Skylights are great for increasing the amount of natural light in your home, and, when placed correctly, can provide natural heat for your home.

Vinyl windows

Vinyl windows are made from incredibly durable PVC. These windows have high resistance to heat transfer, making them extremely energy efficient.

Wood windows

Wood windows can be stained or painted to match your home's decor. Give your home a beautiful classic look with appealing wood windows from Infinity.

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