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Transom window installation in Wisconsin

Transom windows take advantage of the space above a front door, patio door or larger window. Typically recognized in their traditional fan shape, these windows can add a classic touch to any space. The windows are mostly decorative, adding extra light and personality to your Wisconsin home.

Infinity Exteriors enhances ornamental transom windows

Our professional Wisconsin window contractors from Infinity Exteriors can install and replace transom windows of any shape, size, or color. Our window frames come in a variety of materials such as wood, aluminum, fiberglass or vinyl, depending on the manufacturer. Rest assured—we don’t forget transom windows.

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The best choice for transom window installation in Wisconsin 

Not all Wisconsin window replacement companies pay attention to detail. At Infinity Exteriors, we replace and install the highest quality energy-efficient windows backed by a lifetime warranty. Our work is widespread across all major areas in the state, including Appleton, Madison, and MilwaukeeVisit our exterior remodeling map to see the projects we’ve completed near you. Your neighbors love us—read our reviews or check out our before & after gallery to find out why.

For your window installation or replacement needs, contact Infinity Exteriors to get a free estimate for your next project. We do repairs, too. Snap a picture and send it to us for a free repair quote.

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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