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Our windows are designed to satisfy the demands of homeowners. All of our window products come standard with heavy duty construction, a vinyl coating, and insulated glass. Windows that are energy efficient for every budget and design. Designed to ensure a great fit.

Single Hung Windows

A single-hung window is a type of window that has a movable bottom sash and a fixed top sash. This indicates that the bottom portion of the window moves up and down while the upper portion remains fixed. The bottom sash of single-hung windows allows for ventilation.

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Double Hung Windows

A double-hung window consists of two movable sashes that glide up and down. A double-hung window has two primary movable parts: the top sash and the bottom sash. They may both be opened to allow for ventilation. Because heat rises, warm air may exit via the top sash, while cold air from outside can flow through the bottom sash opening to give additional comfort.

Slider Windows

A slider window is a type of horizontally opening window. Most slider windows feature two glass panels, one of which may be moved. You may choose whether the movable pane should be on the right or left side.

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Picture Windows

A picture window is a fixed window, meaning it does not open. It is often a huge, statement window that accentuates an architectural aspect of the home or is strategically placed to provide the best view of an architectural element outside the home.

Casement Windows

Casement windows are vertical and have the sash connected on one side, allowing them to open like a door. They're great for ventilation and bringing in cross breezes, which may help keep your home cool.

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WHY ECOENERGY SOLUTIONS ROOFING STANDS ABOVE THE REST

We strive to provide both the highest level of workmanship, quality and the highest level of customer care. When you work with our team of highly trained professionals with over 100 years of combined experience, we guarantee you’ll see the difference.

When you choose us:

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EXPIRIENCE

We have a team of experts with over 100 years of combined experience to ensure the highest quality of service for your peace of mind.

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ON SITE PROPOSAL

We know your time is valuable. We provide a comprehensive & detailed proposal on site.

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CERTIFIED

We are certified and authorized with manufacturing companies to register your products to ensure your warranty is valid.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE

We provide a Quality Assurance Inspection after the each project to meet EcoEnergy Solutions standards.

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CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

We have a dedicated customer service team to ensure constant communication with our customers; before, during and after the project.

Awning Windows

Awning windows have the sash connected across the top and open and close like an awning. They are horizontal, allowing for wide views of the outdoors. They crank open, give excellent ventilation, and, because they open outward, allow you to leave the window open on rainy days.

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Bay and Bow Windows

The distinction between bay and bow windows is slight. Bay and bow windows are made up of many windows that are connected together to form a curve that extends beyond the walls of your home. These windows provide for more light and airflow. The fundamental distinction between a bay window and a bow window is the number of windows in each.

Garden Windows

A garden window is a type of window that extends slightly beyond the surface of your home's wall. The best location for this model is above the counter top and kitchen sink, where you may grow herbs and utilize them in cooking as needed.

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Acrylic Block Windows

Acrylic block windows are well-known for their exceptional energy efficiency. The glass blocks that make up the windows are double or triple paned. Multiple panes of glass minimize drafts and save energy! According to studies, these windows save 33% more energy than regular glass block windows. In addition, they are 70% lighter than glass block windows.