Windows & Shutters

Windows and shutters alike are to provide us with a view to the outside world while allowing there to be a barrier  so that we may feel safe and secure in our home. Whether it's to block out the sun or to let light flow naturally through your home you have to make sure you have reliable materials. 

Make sure to come by or call and ask for a free estimate for your windows and/or shutters.

Windows

How To Measure Your Windows

Take the following measurements for each window you plan to order, we will help you find the correct size windows for your openings.

1. width

Measure between the jambs at three points: top, middle and bottom of the window opening. Measure from the surface of the jambs, not from the trim strips or parting beads in your old window opening. Use the smallest of these three measurements to order the window.

2. height

Measure from the high point of the sill of your window (the surface closest to the inside of the window) to the top of the window opening. Make three measurements: one at the left side, one at the center and one at the right side of the window. Use the smallest of these three height measurements to order the window.

3. depth

Ignore all pulleys and parting strips when measuring for depth dimensions, as they'll be removed for replacement window installation. There must be at least 3 1/4 inches of opening depth between the inside window trim and the outside blind stop strip. This much area is necessary to accept the depth of the replacement window.

Shutters

How To Measure For Shutters

Take the following measurements for each shutter you plan to order, we will help you find the correct size windows for your openings.

1. width

Measure between the jambs at three points: top, middle and bottom of the window opening. Measure from the surface of the jambs, not from the trim strips or parting beads in your old window opening. Use the smallest of these three measurements to order the window.

2. height

Measure from the high point of the sill of your window (the surface closest to the inside of the window) to the top of the window opening. Make three measurements: one at the left side, one at the center and one at the right side of the window. Use the smallest of these three height measurements to order the window.

3. depth

Ignore all pulleys and parting strips when measuring for depth dimensions, as they'll be removed for replacement window installation. There must be at least 3 1/4 inches of opening depth between the inside window trim and the outside blind stop strip. This much area is necessary to accept the depth of the replacement window.

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