Best Windows in St. Louis, MO

Don't be fooled by cheaper prices on replacement windows. When it comes to windows in St. Charles, you will always get exactly what you pay for. Before you start shopping around for the best windows in St. Louis, MO, it may appear that your options are nearly limitless. Go to any home improvement retailer, and you’ll see exactly what we mean--hundreds of different choices.

With so many options, how in the world are you supposed to know what window is best for you, your home, and your budget? Make the call to our offices in St. Charles and Roseville and get the help you need to make an informed decision.

Casement Windows

Casement windows are popular in the area because they provide large amounts of ventilation and a clean, contemporary look. And with our casement window replacement and installation, your choices are endless—everything from single-vent windows to five-lite combinations of fixed and operating units. Casement window features include:

  • Superb Design That Prevents Air and Water Infiltration
  • Fusion-Welded Frame and Sash for Weathertight Performance
  • Double Weatherstripping
  • Large Viewing Area
  • Easy to Clean
  • Provides Ample Ventilation

Kitchen Windows

Awning Windows

Awning-windows are a great choice for many St. Louis-area homeowners. Unlike a casement window, awning windows are actually hinged at the top and open outward. But just like casement windows they are wider than they are tall – and the entire sash opens to provide full top-to-bottom ventilation. Awning windows provide maximum unobstructed view and can be kept open even in the rain. Awning window features include:

  • Fine-Tuned, Proven Design for Airtight, Watertight Performance
  • Fusion-Welded Frame and Sash Further Reduce Air and Water Infiltration
  • Attractive Beveled Sash Creates a Beautiful Look
  • Double Weather Stripping for Maximum Energy Efficiency
  • Interior-Mounted Full Screen and Double Locks Included

Single-Hung and Double-Hung Windows

Single-hung windows open only from the bottom, while double-hung windows open from the top and bottom. Many homeowners replace their old single-hung windows with double-hung windows for more operational flexibility. Single-hung and double-hung window features include:

  • Fine-Tuned, Proven Design for Airtight, Watertight Performance
  • Fusion-Welded Frame and Sash Further Reduce Air and Water Infiltration
  • Attractive Beveled Sash Creates a Beautiful Look
  • Double Weather Stripping for Maximum Energy Efficiency
  • Dual-Layer, Compressible Bulb Weather Stripping Blocks Dust, Wind, and Water

Bay & Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows are used in combination, arranged in an arc pattern, and project outward. They are typically used to add beauty and give the room a larger appearance. The primary difference between a bay window and a bow window is that a bay window consists of three windows, while a bow window consists of four or more. Bay and bow windows have been used since Victorian times, and are a gorgeous addition to any home.

Slider Windows

Slider windows are ideal when you want a non-protruding window that is easy to operate and provides an unobstructed view of the outdoors. Slider window features include:

  • Durable Frame Design That Resists Warping and Twisting
  • Triple-Pane Is 54% – 77% More Energy Efficient than Comparable Single-Pane Windows
  • A Large Variety of Design Features and Options
  • Fine-Tuned Design Creates Airtight, Watertight Performance
  • Fusion-Welded Frame and Sash to Reduce Air and Water Infiltration

Fixed Windows—Special Architectural Shapes

Architecturally unique windows can be in the shape of octagons, trapezoids, circles, eyebrows, and more. They provide a truly one-of-a-kind and beautiful look for homeowners. Use your custom windows as a stand-alone or as an enhancement to an assembly of other windows or even doors. Given the custom nature of these types of windows, the features will depend on the type of glass you choose and other factors.

Living Room With Floor to Ceiling Windows

Picture Windows

Picture windows provide St. Charles homeowners an unobstructed view of the outdoors and allow more natural light into a room. Our picture windows come in a variety of styles and with a number of options, so finding the perfect look is easy.

Dining Area with Tall Windows and High Ceilings

Garden Windows

Garden windows are three sided and have a glass top, an outward-facing picture window, a shelf, and two or more venting windows. This allows garden windows to capture more daylight. That’s what makes them a great choice if you have an indoor garden. Garden window features include:

  • Durable Frame; No Twisting or Warping
  • Comes with a Large Variety of Design Features and Options
  • Fine-Tuned Design Creates Airtight, Watertight Performance
  • Fusion-Welded Frame and Sash Reduce Air and Water Infiltration

Contact us today to identify and secure the best windows for your particular remodeling project. We proudly serve customers in Roseville, Minneapolis, and St. Paul, Minnesota, as well as St. Louis and St. Charles, Missouri, and surrounding communities.