Replacing Aluminum Clad Wood Windows

The Problem: Rotting Clad Wood Windows

As is the case with many homes of this age throughout Johnson County and the Kansas City metro area, the aluminum clad wood windows in this 17-year-old Overland Park, KS home needed to be replaced. Wood casement sashes with wood rot and fogged glass are an extremely common issue in homes of this age. If left untouched, rotted wood windows can lead to big problems within the framing and flooring of the home due to leaking rain water.

Aluminum clad wood windows

The Solution: Replacement Windows with Expert Installation

WinDura offers several different window styles and brands, so we can always help find the right fit for your your home and budget. In this case, we installed Milgard vinyl windows with a Premium Exterior Finish that blended well with the home’s existing exterior paint scheme. These windows feature a Lifetime Product Warranty and high efficiency glass to help block out the sun’s rays in the summer heat and keep the home warm in the winter months.

Even the best windows in the world are not going to perform well if they are not installed correctly, and that’s where WinDura’s team of expert installers comes in. We never send subcontractors to your home to install windows. Our team of employee installers have been with us for many years and have decades of combined experience to ensure your windows are installed exactly right.

Casement windows like these require a full frame rough opening installation to ensure maximum glass space and best long-term performance. After the entire old window frame is removed, our window installation team injects a dense foam insulation in the cavity and correctly tapes and flashes the opening to provide a weathertight seal.

Replacing Aluminum Clad Wood Windows

Please call us today for a free estimate. WinDura’s Better Buying Promise ensures a no-hassle buying experience with no pressure and no gimmicks. We can also help with Entry Doors, Patio Doors, and Siding Replacement!

Posted on May 14, 2017 by
Category: Residential Replacement Windows
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