Replacement Windows

High-Quality Replacement Windows in Concord, Charlotte, Gastonia and Surrounding North Carolina and South Carolina Areas

Improve your home's energy efficiency with new windows in Rock Hill and Matthews

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Open up your home. Replacement windows increase natural light and air flow in your home while adding beauty.

Are old, tired windows bringing down the look of your home? Are your windows sticking, drafty, or uneven? If so, TruGuard can help! We install high-quality replacement windows in a variety of styles and materials, and our windows can give your home the upgrade it needs to improve appearance and comfort.

If the windows in your home are faded, cracked, drafty, or difficult to open and close, now is the time to consider replacement windows. New windows are not only used for aesthetic purposes, but also for energy efficiency and comfort.

Our professional window installers can help you determine what the best style of window is for your home's needs and the look you want. We offer free estimates on all our services, so call us today to learn more about what replacement windows can do for your home!

  • Damaged Windows Repaired in Concord, NC
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    Damaged Windows Repaired in Concord, NC
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    This project consisted of improving the curbside view. Not only did we improve the curb appeal for the homeowners when we repaired the window frames, but the neighbors raved about the new look.

  • Double-Hung Windows Installed for Home in Lincolnton, NC
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    Double-Hung Windows Installed for Home in Lincolnton, NC
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    The homeowners knew that, although it was a simple change, improving the wood framing around the windows would increase their property value.The house has more natural light, which brightens up the look of the home.

  • Window Replacement in Charlotte, NC
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    Window Replacement in Charlotte, NC
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    The homeowner’s old, builder-grade vinyl windows had seen better days. There were many places where the windows were compromised due to the aged material. We were able to give the homeowners great replacement windows that have the highest energy rating and durability on the market.

  • Windows Replacement in Charlotte, NC
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    Windows Replacement in Charlotte, NC
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    Windows that are painted shut are not only annoying but also a fire hazard. After receiving multiple estimates, the homeowner chose TruGuard for its transparency and credibility. We installed new, energy-efficient windows on the entire home from the Sunrise Restorations collection. During the project, the homeowner liked our work so much that she added a new entry door to the scope. We installed a Legacy Single Entry Door in Ensian Blue with aged bronze hardware.

  • Cracked Windows Replaced in Charlotte, NC
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    Cracked Windows Replaced in Charlotte, NC
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    The attractive window trim we installed was a great new appeal for these homeowners. This trim was a necessary additive to the home to give it that clean and finished appearance it needed.

     

  • Back Porch to 4-Season Room Conversion with New Window Install in Belmont, NC
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    Back Porch to 4-Season Room Conversion with New Window Install in Belmont, NC
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    With two stories of porch, the homeowners knew they had plenty to spare. In order to capture the stunning water views all year-round, they chose to add a full bank of windows to enclose the space.

  • Energy Efficient Window Install in Pineville, NC
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    Energy Efficient Window Install in Pineville, NC
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    This ranch was designed to be light and bright with tons of windows. The only problem was that the old windows were taxing to the HVAC and the homeowners whose energy bills had reached an all-time high.

  • Damaged Window Frame Repairs in Fort Mill, SC
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    Damaged Window Frame Repairs in Fort Mill, SC
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    Homeowners in the Fort Mill area seek help from TruGuard to repair damages on the exterior of their windows. We were able to fix the minor changes to the framework and the homeowners were satisfied with the results.

  • Windows Replacement Results in  Kings Mountain, NC
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    Windows Replacement Results in  Kings Mountain, NC
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    Replaced windows gave this Kings Mountain home a more effective design for energy conservation. While giving the home an improved exterior, TruGuard provides the most energy efficient installations. Call for an estimate today.

Benefits of Replacement Windows

  • Energy Efficiency: Modern improvements, such as Low-E glass, have allowed windows to reduce the heat that enters your home in the summer, reducing cooling costs. Replacement windows will have significantly improved insulation over your old windows as well, which will eliminate drafts and keep your home warmer and more comfortable in the winter while lowering heating expenses.
  • Improved Appearance: Replacement windows are a great way to change the look of your home and give it a new, modern feel. Whether you want to change the style of your windows or simply upgrade to new ones, they will certainly improve your curb appeal. New windows are also a must when completing projects such as a siding replacement or remodeling.
  • Better Function: Trying to force open a stuck window or having to prop one open is a hassle for any homeowner. Your windows should never be difficult to open or have consistent drafts. If you're having these problems, replacement windows will make it easier to enjoy fresh air and keep your home more comfortable.
  • Increased Value: With all the other benefits replacement windows offer, it's easy to see how they increase your home's resale value. If you're preparing your home for sale, investing in replacement windows is a great way to increase property value.

Products

Consistently listed as a “Top 100 Manufacturer” by Window & Door Magazine, Sunrise Windows & Doors offer both style and functionality for any window need. Expertly installed by licensed local dealers, you can rest assured that you be happy with your new windows.

Your windows aren’t just for letting air and light in; save time and money while making a positive impact on the environment by switching to energy efficient Sunrise Windows.

Beyond the energy savings you can gain with replacement windows, the number of design options we offer gives you the chance to completely revolutionize the look and feel of your home. For instance, you can choose double-hung windows in royal brown with exterior brickmould for added detail. And you can opt to maximize your savings by using one of our high performance low-e glass options.

We take a great deal of pride in the quality of our products and workmanship. Our company has built a reputation for expertly crafting our top-of-the line products, and once you’ve seen the Sunrise difference you’ll never look at your windows in the same way again. We have a large variety of window styles that can fit any home and our dealer network can use their years of experience in the field to help you with the design process.

1 – Quality Frame Materials

Various frame materials offer different benefits, such as strength, durability, and the ability to custom finish but how does it impact energy efficiency?

  • Aluminum windows are strong, but are not very energy efficient.
  • Wood windows can be custom finished to match your decor, but they aren’t very insulating.
  • PVC windows, like Sunrise windows, offer the best energy efficiency if they are filled with a polyurethane insulating foam. Without this foam, vinyl windows can be pretty inefficient. So make sure you ask about the type of insulation!

Sunrise windows are made from premium, pure virgin uPVC that helps keep your home insulated and is specially designed to be extremely strong and durable. The frames are filled with polyurethane insulating foam to give you the best protection from energy loss. Add to that the ability to custom paint the exterior of your windows and the full catalog of designer options, and Sunrise windows bring you the best of all worlds.

2 – Low-E Glass: extra protection

“Low-E” refers to a special coating that reflects infrared light, keeping heat inside your home in winter and shielding your home from the heat in summer. This coating also reflects damaging ultraviolet light, which helps protect interior furnishings from fading. Sunrise offers several low-e options to help you get the best protection no matter where you live.

3 – Multiple Panes: Insulate better

Two panes of glass, with an air- or gas-filled space in the middle, insulate much better than a single pane of glass. Some ENERGY STAR qualified windows include three panes for even greater energy efficiency.

Sunrise offers both dual- and triple-pane options with a variety of low-e combinations that meet or exceed ENERGY STAR requirements.

4 – Gas Fill: better than air

Some energy-efficient windows have argon, krypton, or other gases between the panes. These odorless, colorless, non-toxic gases insulate better than regular air by reducing the conduction of heat in the space between the panes of glass. Sunrise windows are manufactured with a 90% argon or krypton gas fill, or come air-filled for high-altitude areas.

5 – Spacers: all are not created equal

A spacer keeps a window’s glass panes the correct distance apart and insulates pane edges, reducing heat transfer through the window. Spacers can come in many materials, from aluminum to stainless steel to foam. Besides insulating the panes, spacers need to be durable enough to handle the flex of the glass as it heats and cools throughout the day–all without losing the airtight seal.

Sunrise windows have a structurally sound, stainless-steel spacer with moisture-absorbing desiccant beads inside. This means that when tested under accelerated weather conditions, Sunrise glass systems outlast the competition.

With 125 combined years in the window and door business, Sierra Pacific Windows is a household name west of the Rockies, with a reputation that's quickly making its way across the rest of the country. Today, Sierra Pacific products are installed in 30 countries around the globe.

Sierra Pacific Windows offers choices and flexibility for any type of building project, including window replacement and new construction. Sierra Pacific windows come in unlimited sizes, styles and options to match your existing style or transform a room exactly the way you want. 

Choose from vinyl, aluminum-clad wood, H3 fusion tech or all-wood windows in a variety of styles:

  • Casement
  • Awning
  • Single and double hung
  • Horizontal slider
  • Bay and bow
  • Bi-fold
  • Multi-slide
  • Special shapes

As the local installer of Sierra Pacific Windows, we handle measurement, ordering, installation and cleanup. Contact us for information on the specific styles, colors and options available.

 

For more than 85 years, Pella has been among the leading window and door manufacturers in the United States and Canada. Pella is recognized as the gold standard in the industry for quality, environmental stewardship, and energy efficiency. 

Pella Windows

Pella works with elite installers to ensure that their high quality products get the best installation possible. As an industry leading manufacturer, Pella provides several benefits to homeowners who choose their windows:

  • Wood, fiberglass, and vinyl windows available
  • Complete range of window styles and colors
  • Multiple product lines to fit every home's needs
  • Exceptional energy efficiency
  • Durable and low maintenance models available

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Types of replacement windows

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A style for every home. The right type of replacement window can complete a home's appearance.

Finding the right style of window is an essential part of any window replacement project. Every house and every room has different features that create different needs, which is why TruGuard offers a wide variety of windows to help you match your home's design. Our window options include:

  • Single and double hung
  • Casement
  • Picture
  • Bay and bow
  • Sliding

We offer our windows in vinyl, aluminum, and wood, giving you a complete range of options to find the best fit for your home. We also can design custom windows for homes that have a unique shape or design layout.

FAQs about TruGuard window replacement

  • What are windows made of? The easy answer is glass plus a framework of wood, vinyl or composite materials. However, the window industry has many options available to suit any home and lifestyle. Window frames today are offered in vinyl or vinyl-clas (for low maintenance), all wood, aluminum-clad or composites. There are also many types of glazing options available to make windows more energy efficient.
  • What is cladding? Some windows are made of wood and then covered on the exterior and/or interior with another layer, such as aluminum or vinyl. This layer of extra covering is the cladding, and it adds another layer of protection to the window, strengthening its resistance to outside weather or heavy inside usage.
  • How often should residential windows get replaced? Homeowners with windows more than 25 years old should consider replacing them, both to gain the best energy efficiencies and to protect the envelope of the house. Windows often need to be replaced if they are sealed or painted shut, fogged with condensation, or letting in a draft.
  • What do U-factor and R-value mean? The U-factor represents the amount of heat that escapes through a wall, window, roof or other surfaces. The lower the U-factor, the more energy efficient a material is. R-values are the direct opposite. This measures an object's resistance to heat flow. The higher a material's R-value, the lower its U-factor and the less energy it will lose. An R-value depends on the number of layers of glass in a window, what type of gas is between those layers and whether one or more of those layers of glazing have been treated with a Low-E coating.
  • What does "Low-E" stand for? Low-E is an invisible, microscopic layer of silver coating added to glass for greater energy efficiency and increased comfort. Low-E stands for "low emissivity," which is the action of reflecting light passing through glass. By reflecting part of the light spectrum (the part that transmits heat), we reduce a window's U-factor and increase its R-value.
  • What is an impact-resistant glass window? Impact-resistant glass has strongly laminated glass interlayers. When combined with an exceptionally strong window frame, this type of window provides homeowners with greater security and protection from storms, flying debris and even the occasional stray golf ball. When struck by something hard and forceful, like a tree branch or softball, the glass resists shattering. In the rare event that an object impacts the glass, the pane may shatter, but it remains held within the frame. This greatly reduces the risk of flying glass, water or debris penetrating into the home.
  • Who should have impact-resistant glass in their homes? Homeowners living in coastal areas prone to strong winds and storms, living directly on a golf course, or living in an area where vigorous sports activities take place should consider impact-resistant glass in their homes. Other homeowners might be interested in the sound reduction and security benefits that impact-resistant glass provides.

Upgrade to modern replacement windows today

With all the improvements that replacement windows offer your home, why wait to make an upgrade? TruGuard can give you a high-quality solution that will make your home look great and be more comfortable and energy efficient! Call us today at 1-855-205-6872 to get started with a free estimate. We proudly serve in Charlotte, Concord, Gastonia, Huntersville, Rock Hill, Matthews, Kannapolis, Indian Trail, Mooresville, Pineville and throughout the surrounding areas.

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