Window Estimates Montgomery County, MD
The replacement windows and patio doors we carry are measured and custom made for your home. Each replacement window and door measurement is the key to the right fit. Our experienced technicians and staff have over forty years of replacement window experience so they know how to properly seal your investment and prevent drafts. We provide high quality windows and doors without the high prices. Our pledge is to offer a good honest value on great windows and doors! Give us a call, we'd love to help you out!
Licensed - Qualified - Insured
Hometrust Remodeling is licensed with the Maryland Home Improvement Commission and we are certified with the Building Performance Institute. Our Building Analyst designation means that we are aware of the connection points between the inside and outside around windows and doors. With key weatherization knowledge (foam sealant, caulking, flashing tape) and comprehensive installation techniques we are qualified to assist homeowners in Montgomery County, Maryland with energy efficient window and door replacement projects.
We specialize in NFRC certified windows. We can customize a window solution package that fits individual needs. We have window combinations to go with any style Montgomery County house. Special glass packages can stop solar heat gains through clear windows that contribute to uncomfortable summer indoor temperatures. Laminated glass packages can make your home more safe or block out loud sounds from the street. We can find the right color option for your HOA or make a window opening larger to allow more light or for a bay or bow window.
We can help guide you to the right replacement window solutions for your home in Montgomery County, MD!
Exact Price in Writing
Experienced and Knowledgeable Consultants
Prior leaving your home, our windows specialist will provide an accurate quote for the windows that you are considering replacing. If you are willing to invest the time with us to learn about your windows and determine what windows are the best fit for your home, then we are prepared to complete the transaction by providing you with a workscope and accurate estimate.
Window Installation Steps Montgomery County, MD
With over 40 years of replacement window and door experience in Montgomery County, MD the team at Hometrust Remodeling will properly install your windows.
Removal of Old Windows
Once the opening is clear of the old existing window our installation team cleans the window opening so that it is free of any debris prior to insertion of the new replacement window. This ensures a tight fit as the window was measured and intended to be. Cleaning the opening also allows the foam sealant to properly expand in the cavity and seal the new window from air leakage. Caulking also performs better when it is applied to a dry, clean surface.
Next, we install an exterior capping package made from a special maintenance-free material that is carefully measured and formed to completely seal the outside trim around the window.
The installation crew then uses a high quality replacement window caulk that is specially formulated for exterior use in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Finally, we use an acrylic caulk on the inside of the home to further seal your new replacement windows as well as finish the installation process neatly and professionally.
Hometrust Remodeling - About Us
Since 2006, our team has conducted over five thousand in-home evaluations for Maryland homeowners including in-depth home energy audits, replacement window consultations and siding estimates.
We are licensed in Maryland and we are certified Building Analysts through the Building Performance Institute so we can evaluate uncontrolled air leakage into and out of a home and identify heating and cooling problems that lead to high bills and uncomfortable living spaces.
Trust us to put all the pieces together right!
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An Energy Auditor's Purpose
"Energy auditors visit residential buildings and talk to owners and residents. They inspect, test, and measure to decide what energy-efficient retrofits are practical and cost effective." Residential Energy