Save as much as 30% on your next heating or cooling bill with professionally installed energy efficient windows that look great!
New, replacement windows whether vinyl, wood or aluminum can add instant beauty and design elements to any home. But more than that, energy efficient windows are critical to keeping your home budget in line. With the cost of heating and cooling homes at an all-time high, homeowners cannot afford to have drafty windows.
Southern Home Services offers a variety of windows (casement, bay, bow, garden, double hung, shapes, arches, colors) directly from the manufacturer to meet your needs. Replacement of your Charlotte windows come with a lifetime transferable warranty, and there are many energy efficient, double-pane options to choose from! Learn more at energystar.gov.
Soft-Lite is a vinyl replacement window and door manufacturer headquartered in Streetsboro, Ohio. The company was recently named National ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year for the third consecutive year and an ENERGY STAR Sustained Excellence winner for 2016. The company is also a multiple Crystal Achievement Award winner and is a recipient of the Friedman Corporation Customer Appreciation Award, the Window & Door Top 100 Manufacturers recognition, and the Door and Window “Companies to Watch” recognition.
Work with a certified local contractor on your home remodeling projects. Pella Certified Contractors® are handpicked for their expertise with window and door replacement and remodeling projects, along with their whole-home renovation capabilities.
The Window Replacement Process
Before your window project is ready to be produced, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes so your job runs efficiently. Our full service staff will create a game plan to execute a seamless job from start to finish and keep you informed along the way.
Once selections are made and your contract is signed, we will schedule your installer to visit your home to confirm measurements and review the scope of work.
When the day arrives to replace your windows, your dedicated project manager will oversee the following process:
1) Material delivery to a pre-determined location decided by you and your estimator.
2) Arrival of our crew with a dump trailer for disposal of your old windows and all related construction debris.
3) Protection of your home and landscaping with tarps.
4) Removal of all associated materials.
5) Inspection of your window trim and replacement as necessary.
6) Installation of all window components: window & door flashing tape, low expansion foam insulation, trim components (wood, aluminum, or PVC).
7) Extensive clean up (sticker removal and glass cleaning).
8) Final inspection by SHS and county authorities as necessary.
9) Warranty registration with all necessary manufacturers.
Window Replacement Details & Considerations
Whether you are in need of vinyl, wood, aluminum clad, or fiberglass windows – we have you covered. You have several options when selecting your windows: 1) schedule a free in home consultation with one of estimators, 2) come to our show room to see ALL of your options 3) already know what you need?, give us the details and let us go to work. This allows the estimation process to be painless. All we need from you are specific material selections/sizes and a detailed proposal can be outlined in minutes and contracts are a snap with DocuSign.
- Pella Vinyl Windows & Doors
- Double-Hung Windows
- Bay & Bow Windows
- Pella Fiberglass Windows & Doors
- Casement Windows
- Energy Star Efficient Glass
- Pella Aluminum Clad Windows & Doors
- Picture Windows
- Custom Grid Patterns
- Soft-Lite Vinyl Windows
- Sliding Windows
- Security Locks
- Soft-Lite Vinyl Doors
- Specialty Shaped Windows
- Vivid View Screens
Replacing your front door can be the last thing to make you home look finished and beautiful. We offer a wide array of doors to choose from; just let your project consultant know what you have it mind!
Have a question? Here are some of our most inquired about items, but you may always contact a project consultant or our office for more information.
What happens if it rains before my project is complete?
Our scheduler and crews do an excellent job of predicting the timing of weather and time to complete your job, however, sometimes Mother Nature has some tricks up her sleeve. In these instances, they will very securely tarp any exposed areas of your home to ensure that no weather will penetrate or damage any areas that are not yet completed.
Will your consultant be at my house for hours?
Not unless you want us there for that long! We understand that your time is very valuable and we will stay as long as necessary to make you feel comfortable about the choices you are making but we NEVER overstay our welcome and will gladly schedule a follow up appointment to allow you time to mull over what we have to offer and bring any questions to the table.
What style/type of window should I choose?
There are so many choices! Don’t be overwhelmed. It is the responsibility of your project consultant to make this choice simple for you. He will work with you to narrow down the styles and types and help you make decisions based on your preference, the general “look” of your neighborhood and even what works best for the weather in your area!
What kind of return on investment can I expect on my window purchase?
According to Remodel Magazine’s 2019 assessment, you will receive a 73% return on investment for your vinyl windows and a 71% return on your composite or wood windows.
Will my windows be custom made?
Yes. All of our windows are built to the specific opening sizes measured by our installer to ensure a perfect fit in your home.
We know a new roof is an important investment in your home and you want to do it right! That’s why we will be there every step of the way to ensure you’re confident in the decision to put your trust in SHS.
Choosing a new type and style of siding for your home can be a daunting task! We offer a no-pressure approach to helping you choose what works best for your home AND your budget.
New windows can do wonders for your home! They can change the amount of light you bring in while still keeping your energy costs low, give your home a “facelift” or even provide better security.