While many homeowners don’t consider replacement windows unless they’ve experienced severe damage, there are some other things you should be considering. It could be time to call a window contractor if you notice any of the following signs in, or around, your home:

  • Warm or Cool Spots Inside Your Home

  • Exterior Paint is Peeling

  • Your Windows Have Started to Stick

  • Increase in Outside Noises

How Much Does a Window Inspection Cost?

Before you start a new window installation, it’s crucial to get your current windows checked out. At Midwest Construction, we’re proud to offer customers a free window inspection.

What Happens During a Window Inspection?

During your window inspection, several things will happen. Beginning with a conversation between you and an expert window contractor. This discussion will be your opportunity to explain any concerns you have about your windows and explain what you’re interested in having done. The window contractor will examine your current windows, take measurements, and educate you on your various options for replacement windows.

Will I Get to Help Design My Windows?

Absolutely! Homeowners will work closely with a window specialist to design their perfect windows. You will also have to choose what types of windows you’re interested in having, such as energy-efficient windows or vinyl windows.

How Long Will It Take for My Windows to Come In?

Depending on the number of custom options you’ve selected for your new windows, it will typically take around four weeks for them to come in.

How Long Will My Window Installation Take?

Once your windows have arrived, the installation can begin. Our expert window contractor team can usually install 10-15 new windows in a day. Most replacement windows will be fully installed within just a couple of days.

Is There Anything I Should Do to Prepare Before My Window Installation Begins?

If you want to quicken the pace of your window install, there are a few things you can do to speed things along. These include the following:

  • Remove Window Treatments

  • Take Down Security Sensors

  • Clear Your Walls

  • Place Drop Cloths

  • Provide a Clear Path to Each Window

What Makes Windows Energy-Efficient?

Energy-efficient windows will have scored highly in a variety of areas, including their u-factor, visible light transmittance, and their solar heat gain coefficient. We are proud to offer low-E glass panes and triple-pane windows to help make your home more environmentally-friendly.

Can I See Photos of Past Window Installation Projects You’ve Completed?

Yes! Just take a look at our ‘Past Projects’ gallery to see a variety of completed projects we’ve recently done.

Do You Offer Financing on New Windows?

Not only do we offer some of the most competitively-priced windows in the local area, but we also provide our customers with great financing options to make things as easy as possible.