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Replacement Window Contractor – Latrobe, PA

Installing replacement windows in your Latrobe home will add beauty and value to your property. Mt. Pleasant Window can help you pick the perfect windows for your home, and once they’re installed, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without them!

Buying Replacement Windows in Latrobe

Sometime, homeowners will call us and say: I felt a draft last winter when I walked by my windows. Should I consider replacing them? We always say: Yes! Replacing windows that are cracked, warped, or older than 10 years is great idea, because it will allow you to upgrade your home while saving money on energy costs.

Energy Savings with Replacement Windows

We can’t say enough about how easy it is to reign in your energy costs during both the winter and summer. Our windows are each rated highly by Energy Star, and every one of them will save you money! In the Northeast, you can save as much as $400 annually by replacing single-pane windows with double-paned, treated windows. You’ll also save a lot by replacing windows that are at least 10 years old. In the past five years, the materials that are used to create window sashes, frames, and glass have been revolutionized, and they easily block outside heat and cold. Enjoy your summer and winter by getting beautiful new replacement windows from Mt. Pleasant Window.

Window Options and Types

Not everyone wants to have double-hung windows. We understand that, and we have options! Many homeowners know that they want something a little different, but they’re not sure just what it is they’d like to install. We have dozens of different windows available. Here are some of the most popular:

  • Double Hung. These are very popular in modern homes. They’re energy-efficient, allow air to circulate within your home on mild days, and they are easy to clean from the inside of your house, even when they’re on the second floor.
  • Picture. We sell beautiful picture windows for those who want an unencumbered view of their front, back, or side yards.
  • Bay and Bow. These windows jut out into the exterior space of your yard, giving you more room in your interior. Many people choose to put bow windows in their kitchen, because they allow fresh air to circulate.
  • Sliders. Sliders are used for narrow horizontal window openings that are found in many older homes. They slide easily back and forth and allow light in smaller rooms and spaces.
  • Casement. These windows lock very tightly, and so they are the most energy-efficient of all the windows we sell. You can push them open for fresh air or close them to prevent the Latrobe winter cold from seeping through.
  • Specialty. Our specialty windows (also called architectural windows) are many different shapes and sizes, including triangle and half-moon. They are often placed above other rectangular windows for a modern look.

Mt. Pleasant sells all of these window types in vinyl and wood. Both are easy to clean, and both are energy-efficient. The wood windows are made of real wood for the interior, and a realistic poly blend for the outdoors. They’re maintenance-free and show off wood’s natural beauty.

Common Window FAQs

You have questions? We have answers!

I would like to get a bay window put in our kitchen. How complicated is this?
A bay window involves more prep work than other kinds of windows, but Mt. Pleasant is happy to come out and give you a free quote. We have to mention that our customers LOVE their bay windows. They are well worth it!

I would like to buy architectural windows for my house. Is this difficult?
No, not at all. We will come by your house with a catalog that carries the shapes that you can buy. Architectural windows are becoming very popular, and there are many shapes and styles available. After taking necessary measurements, we can guide you towards the best windows for your Latrobe home.

Call Mt. Pleasant Window and Remodeling Co. today. We’ll come right out to your house, give you a free estimate, and answer any questions you have. Start saving on your energy bills and enjoy a whole new view!