If you have older windows & doors that are no longer functioning properly, it may be time for an upgrade. But how do you know kind of window to get when you choose to replace yours? For more help, give us a call and we can guide you through choosing the right window replacement for your Denver home.

[Read more from the Consumer Reports’ guide to choosing the right window for your home]

Taken from the article:

Price doesn’t indicate performance
Among double-hung clad wood windows & doors, a pricey and bottom-rated window from Andersen, $500, wasn’t good at keeping out cold air and was so-so at keeping out rain. A $450 Kolbe vinyl double-hung was impressive, but a top-rated $260 Simonton was even better. All of the casement windows & doors aced all tests. Prices varied by frame material; the top-scoring American Craftsman vinyl window, $260, is the least expensive casement. All prices are for a 3×5-foot window.

Match windows & doors to climate
Look at the overall scores in our window Ratings, then zero in on test results that apply to where you live. If your home is exposed to high winds and cold temperatures, look for windows & doors that were excellent at low-temperature wind resistance.”