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Discover the Top Window Contractor Servicing Texas

Windows are both functional and stylish for your home. At Americraft Siding & Windows, we provide quality, craftsmanship, expertise, and precision for long-lasting window installations that enhance your home’s comfort and curb appeal.

If you need new window installations, Americraft Siding & Windows serves homeowners in the greater southern Texas region. From quality construction to a keen eye for detail, we’re the best choice for new windows in Texas.

What to Expect from Our Texas Window Replacements

  • Quality, affordable windows
  • Efficient window installation
  • 100 years of combined experience
  • Superior customer support

Our skilled replacement window contractors serve homeowners across southern Texas. No matter your home’s style or budget, we can find the right fit for your home.

Bay or Bow Windows

Single & Double Hung

Picture Windows

Casement Windows

Awning Windows

Sliding Windows

Exceptional Service and Replacement Windows in Texas

Our window installation contractors at Americraft Siding & Windows are committed to the highest-quality service and craftsmanship. Our team has a combined 100 years of experience installing an array of window types to improve your home’s look, efficiency, and security.

Whether you need a few windows replaced or you want to outfit your entire home with new windows, we have affordable, stylish solutions that will stand the test of time. No matter how big or small your project is in Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, Houston, or Corpus Christi, contact us today for a free consultation.

Single- and Double-Hung Windows

Single- and double-hung windows are the most popular types of windows in southern Texas homes. Typically used in bathrooms, bedrooms, and living rooms, these windows are made of two halves – or sashes.

  • Double-hung windows feature a bottom sash that opens upward and a top sash that opens downward for improved airflow. Over time, these windows can have issues with the top sash dropping down, which requires a window repair contractor.
  • Single-hung windows only allow the bottom sash to be opened. The top stays stationary. These windows are cheaper, but they don’t offer the same air circulation for your home.

Bay or Bow Windows

A bay or bow window is a stylish choice if you want to add curb appeal to your home with replacement windows. These windows extend out of your home, creating more space and an extra seating area.

  • Bay windows feature a single fixed window with a single- or double-hung window on either side for functionality and airflow.
  • Bow windows have four or five fixed windows, creating a circular design that lets in more natural light. However, These windows are fixed, so they don’t offer airflow.

Picture (Fixed) Windows

A beautiful and traditional option, picture windows are large, stationary windows used in great living rooms. They let in a lot of natural light and highlight views from the house.

If airflow is important, single- or double-hung windows can be added to either side of a picture window to improve ventilation. However, picture windows are larger and let in a lot of heat so they can affect your home’s comfort. Be sure to discuss the pros and cons of picture windows with your contractor for your southern Texas home.

Casement Windows

Casement windows open from the left or right instead of the top or bottom using a crank. These windows can come in various sizes and shapes, but they may feature internal grilles that give them a look similar to single- or double-hung windows.

You get more energy efficiency with a casement window. As the wind hits the window, the seal is strengthened and prevents air from leaking into your home.

Awning Windows

Awning windows have a hinge at the top and open outward from the bottom. This type of window is opened with a crank, allowing air to enter. They’re also wider than tall, so they’re a good choice for homes requiring privacy, like bedrooms and bathrooms.

These windows are a good choice for rainy climates, as they allow air in without water. Awning windows may be installed with a fixed window to get light and ventilation.

Sliding Windows

Sliding windows open on a track with one window moving left to right over the second window. These windows are often used in basements to meet egress requirements, but you may see them in other parts of the home. Sliding windows may be paired with fixed windows for style and functionality.

Considering a Window Upgrade?

Whether you have a specific design in mind or you’re just exploring your options, contact Americraft window replacement service in Texas to discuss your project!

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