If your windows are not energy efficient and you are looking to replace them, the initial process of window shopping can be intimidating. After all, there are a lot of choices out there and picking out windows with the best features for the best prices can be an arduous process.
At Ferris Home Improvements, we help our customers make educated decisions about what options are best for them. There are a variety of things every homeowner should consider when replacing inefficient windows with new higher efficient ones.
Replacing windows is a big investment and one you should not take lightly, as you’ll want something that is of great quality that will last a lifetime. Look for ‘ease of use’, added Beauty, higher efficiency, better security and lower maintenance.
It is imperative that the windows you choose have ENERGY STAR ratings that are independently tested and certified according to test procedures established by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) windows.
Atrium’s Weatherlok® Series offered by Ferris Home Improvements do more than just lower your energy costs, they deliver a comfort that other products just can’t match. They also have a transferable limited lifetime warranty. Our expert staff has over 30 years of experience in the industry, so they can help you decide the right choice for your needs and budget.
To get the most out of your replacement windows, you’ll want to have them professionally installed. Many times the performance of replacement windows is poor because they were not installed properly. Choose a contractor that is qualified. Atrium has selected Ferris Home Improvements as the exclusive installer of their Weatherlok® window series in Delaware.
We were voted Delaware’s #1 window replacement contractor, offering expert window replacement to create a beautiful connection to nature, improved safety features and energy savings. Thanks to WeatherLok’s superior insulation, our window replacements bring true value to your home and we also help you finance through our partnership with GE Capital.