New Vinyl Windows Glen Park Rockville
This recent replacement window project took place in the Glen Park neighborhood of Rockville, Maryland. The work scope included removing and hauling away twenty eight window and one sliding glass door (in the rear) from a house that was built in 1974. The contract called for twenty seven vinyl replacement double hung windows, one casement style window and one energy efficienct vinyl sliding glass patio door with heavy duty lock.
This photo was taken prior to the new windows being installed. The home is well kept and is in a beautiful Rockville neighborhood in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Nine of the twenty eight windows that were replaced are on the front of the home. The patio door is on the rear of the home. The house was being prepared for a new family to move in and the owner felt it was time to seal up those old leaky wood windows.
Rear - After Installation
Each of the windows and patio door all had Argon gas and lowE film. Nine of the twenty eight windows had tempered glass in the lower sash for safety due to the height from the floor or being over a tub.
The window grids called for six lite in the top sash of each new windows and no grids in the lower sash for a unique look.
Completed Window Project
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