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Replacement Window Products from Angle Construction



Tuscany® Series Vinyl Windows & Doors

Traditional design with endless possibilities. With equal site lines and a frame shape that creates shadow lines, Tuscany Series vinyl windows are very much in the tradition and architectural styling of wood windows. Tuscany Series has a broad range of operating styles and innovative features such as the SmartTouch® lock.

 
Style Line™ Series Vinyl Windows & Doors

Now you can have a contemporary design and energy efficiency all in one. Enhance your home's design with a sleek, clean look. Milgard Style Line Series windows will make your home feel more expansive and the slim profile allows for plenty of natural light.

 
Ultra™ Series Fiberglass Windows & Doors

Whether you have a big or small home, new or remodeled, classic or contemporary, Milgard Ultra™ and WoodClad™ fiberglass windows and doors add impact and value to your home. Ultra and WoodClad windows and doors offer a full range of operating styles including awnings, casements, Bays & Bow windows, Swing & Sliding Doors. Choose from seven exterior colors to give you many design options.

 
Essence Series® Wood Windows

Wood has always been praised for its beauty and natural insulating properties inside the home--but presented real challenges in terms of durability on the exterior. With Essence Series®, Milgard combines the best of both worlds. A durable fiberglass exterior stands strong to protect a solid wood interior against the elements for lasting beauty and exceptional performance.

 
Aluminum Windows

Milgard Aluminum Windows & Patio Doors offer strength, durability, and design flexibility. Aluminum window and sliding patio doors provide contract by bringing a decidedly modern edge to your home. While traditional aluminum windows are best suited for milder climates, Milgard also offers a complete line of thermally-broken aluminum windows for colder climates.

 

Window Styles

Bay windows

We offer 3-sided 45 degree bay windows with all upgrades included, including a roof or soffit. Underneath are Korbal supports and also interior lighting. Many times we'll take a small 6 foot wide by 3 foot tall window in the master bedroom and extend it to 8 feet wide and cut it down to perhaps 5 feet tall and then we will put in the interior lighting. This allows people to put cushions and pillows inside and have a beautiful view of the nighttime stars that they normally would never see.

Bow windows

Bow windows are usually larger windows that have four or five panels at shallower 30° angles. We build roofs on top and connect them through cable support systems that connect to the header above the window opening. There is a lot more construction for Bay or Bow windows needed.

Garden windows

We usually install garden windows above the sink in the kitchen. We can cut down the sink splash back and reframe the opening for the garden window to give you a very wide large projection and really make the kitchen feel bigger. Garden windows are not as labor-intensive as bay and bow windows but they are still a new construction installation which is little more labor intensive than standard windows.

Sliding windows

Sliding windows of the most popular useful double pane window available. They can slide right to left or left right. We use a low-profile frame so that you get more light, more view and less framing.

Single hung windows

Single hung windows have become a very fashionable window that lifts from the bottom and have a lower half-sized screen. We can make the lower vent whatever size you'd like.

Double hung windows

Double hung windows lift from the bottom and also drop from the top. They are double venting windows with a full-screen outside. These windows are great for bathrooms where privacy is needed. You can vent the top portion a few inches to let the steam out and yet the obscure glass does not allow anyone to see in. These frames are always larger in order to have the mechanical parts that allow it to vent on the top as well as the bottom. So you do lose glass when you convert a sliding window or a single hung window into a double hung window.

Casement windows

Casement windows are on hinges and they actually use interior handles which allow the entire window to project out by the right side or left side with an interior full-sized screen.

Awning windows

Awnings are just like casements except that they lift upward instead of sideways outward. These are typically used in bathrooms with obscure glass.

Picture windows

These are the most luxurious looking windows. They have no framing at all and no screens to block out light. They are best for looking out at a beautiful view.