News & Special Offers
Milgard has just announced a price increase of between 6 to 10% on orders placed starting Feb 1, 2016. Please make TODAY the day you start your window replacement process. With the holidays just around the corner, significant delays in lead times can occur.
Have you ever wanted to upgrade your windows and doors but thought:
Well, we partnered up with HERO Financing to address these concerns and make energy efficient windows More Affordable…
If you have 10% equity or more in your home, chances are YOU QUALIFY for this special financing solution.
What makes all this possible? This award-winning, government-approved (PACE program) solution enables you to finance energy-efficient windows by letting you pay for them through your property taxes. HERO financing is repaid through an assessment on your property tax bill over 5 to 20 years, and you can borrow up to 10% of the value of your home.
What’s more, you won’t have to worry about your payments if you ever decide to sell your house because the remaining balance stays on the property tax bill and will be transferred to the new owners.
Aside from helping you save on utility bills, purchasing energy-efficient windows and doors through the HERO program also allows you to fully deduct your payments from your federal and state income taxes since your payments are on your property tax bill.
Ready to get started?
We’re here to help. Simply consult with our window and door experts to get free advice on the best solutions for you.
The program is currently available to residents of most cities in Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Los Angeles County, Orange County. New communities are being added all the time. For a complete list of where HERO financing is available please click here.
Project minimum: $5000
All doors sold AS-IS, no warranty, no returns, no exchanges. CASH ONLY. All sales final.
review of our team. Excerpt below:
GreenWorld Windows' Venetian series "R-5" triple-pane windows are now on sale through the end of the year for the same price as dual-glazed "leading-brand" windows. For example, a 48" x 48" window including taxes & installation is only $473.00! *When windows are purchased for the entire home.
- Reduces average heat loss by 30% compared to common ENERGY STAR dual-pane windows and improves occupant comfort.
-Depending upon the structure, triple-pane R-5 windows can moderately to significantly lower noise levels compared to standard dual-pane windows.
- Incredibly energy-efficient: a U-factor of 0.22 or less. Current Energy Star qualified windows have a U-factor of around 0.3 only.
Lifetime (20 yr.) savings per 3' x 5' window with U-factor 0.22
The fiberglass mesh design on PureView screen upgrades utilizes smaller yarn to give you:
Also, here is a new video on Milgard's patented SmartTouch window lock--the most popular window lock in our showroom!
a. Laminated glass can stand repeated attacks against it. Even after the glass shatters, the plastic film sandwiched in between holds the glass together, making it very difficult for a would-be intruder to gain entry.
a. In the event of wind-blown projectiles hitting the glass, most are stopped completely. Also, a lot less glass shards enter the home, causing fewer injuries.
3. UV protection
a. Laminated glass blocks 99% of all UV rays, virtually eliminating fading of draperies, furniture, carpet, etc.
4. Sound dampening.
a. Sound Transmission Class (STC) ratings for laminated glass are much higher than regular glass due to its thickness.
One of the most common questions from our customers is "What is the difference between vinyl windows, aluminum windows and fiberglass windows?" Although the issue is complex, I'll attempt to give a concise answer that addresses a homeowner's important concerns here.
Some Final Thoughts
Vinyl windows are by far the most popular type of window made today. In our store, they make up about 80% of our window sales. In terms of a great looking, low-maintenance (just regular cleaning) and well-warrantied products, vinyl windows beat the rest handily. Contact us for more details.
I didn't cover another class of windows, namely, wood windows and aluminum-clad wood windows. These windows are often used either for historical accuracy (wood) or high-end new construction or remodeling (aluminum-clad wood windows). Look for a future article.
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