Our windows are triple-paned for maximum efficiency and noise reduction, and with our Lifetime Guarantee, you’ll never need to worry about window replacements again.
No interest & no payments until 2022.
We only use triple-paned glass for better energy efficiency and noise reduction.
All of our frames are 100% vinyl with fusion-welded corners.
Choose from both single and double operation windows.
Every installer on our team is licensed, certified and trained to ensure a flawless finished product.
The windows are wonderful. Made such a cosmetic change. Improved my electric bill. They were on time and very clean and friendly. If thinking of home improvement s try these. Love them
Excellent work and workers. They cleaned up after themselves and the windows are outstanding They have cut down a lot of noise and are easy to clean.
Everyone involved was knowledgeable and professional. Beginning with Brian the sales rep, Aaron and Chris the installers ( who worked in 90 degree heat ) Angela B. who called several times to check on how things were progressing. The windows look great and we would highly recommend Hansons!!
At first I was not pleased with my windows. The bead around the window was wrong and it showed all the gaps. We called right away and they were out immediately to fix the issues. They did everything to our expectations and were great about communication and why things were done a certain way. They are a great company to work with. Would recommend them to others and I will be using them for other work in the future.
These guys are great. The windows are top notch, and you can tell. The installation crew was meticulous, and the salesman was probably my favorite. He explained things clearly and was super helpful.
Justin and his team did an amazing job with our house. Replacing all the windows and siding. If I had any questions or concerns Justin was always available. I would recommend them to anyone.
Had windows put in. Had great service. I will call them again if I need anything.
The contractor that came to the house to do job was very professional and courteous. the sales staff was very helpful and informative
They were able to give us a quote and schedule our install for as soon as they were able to with the current Covid stay at home orders! Great service all around!
Install was completed within 4 hours, trash and debri gathered up and hauled away. Workers were very polite as was sales person and financing was a breeze. We will be back.
Drafty windows (air infiltration) have several causes. The number one cause is age. As your windows get older they will become less efficient. If you had replacement windows installed recently and they are still drafty it is possible that the installation was improper. Those defects can normally be corrected without removing or replacing the window. Proper caulking and flashing should prevent perimeter air leakage. However, if the installation twists or cracks the window frame causing the sash weatherstrip not to be able to seal the frame, removal of the window to correct the problem may be necessary.
Learn more about how to reduce draft from windows here.
Condensation is a direct result of interior humidity and the difference between indoor and outside temperature. If you keep the humidity in your house low, then the likelihood of experiencing condensation is also low. However, the efficiency of your window will also impact the temperature and humidity level at which condensation occurs. Energy efficient windows will help reduce condensation.
Learn more about how to prevent window condensation here.
The easiest way to compare energy performance of different windows is to read the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) label. It provides valuable efficiency information about the product including the u-value, solar heat gain and visible light transmittance values. Also check and see if the product is ENERGY STAR approved and see what it’s U-Factor is – the lower, the better.
Learn more about whether energy efficient windows make a difference here.
Convection can lead you to believe that your windows are drafty. Actually what you are experiencing is warm air forcing colder air to move due to differing density properties. When heated air circulates through the home and reaches window glass it effectively pushes existing air off the glass, thus the drafty effect.
Tips to reduce convection: Leave your blinds or windows open about a ¼ inch, allowing the heated air to reach the glass. Make sure that furnishings do not obstruct your heat register exchanges. Convection is actually proof that your new windows are energy efficient.
Learn more about how to reduce or eliminate window convection here.
Many believe that wood is timeless, but that’s not true. It requires a lot of maintenance if you want it to age well. Plus, more often than not, the maintenance won’t help – wood will still rot over time. That’s especially true if you live in an area with harsh weather conditions.
On the other hand, vinyl requires almost no maintenance.
Learn more about why you should replace wood windows with vinyl windows here.
The most important part of replacing your old windows comes at the very start – taking measurements. The entire process cannot go smoothly unless you measure everything you’re supposed to, as that will ensure the new window has the right dimensions and that it fits perfectly in the frame. Plus, this ensures your new windows are entirely energy-efficient.
Learn more on how to measure for replacement windows here.
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