We provide expert window installation and replacement for Kimberling City, Branson West, Reeds Spring, Branson and other nearby cities in the Ozarks.

If you have questions or would like a quick quote, give us a call 417-213-1216.

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Window Installation

Tri-Lakes Exterior Home Improvement has several window options to improve the energy performance of your home’s windows, from sealing the existing windows to performing a complete replacement of old windows with new high-performance, energy efficient windows, which can also provide your home with a great new look. The benefits of energy efficient windows include energy and cost savings, improved comfort, less condensation, increased light and view, reduced fading, and lower HVAC costs.

Benefits of Tri-Lakes Exterior Home Improvement’s high-performance, energy efficient windows:

  • Heating and Cooling Savings
  • Increased Daylight and View
  • Improved Comfort
  • Less Condensation
  • Reduced Fading of Interior Fabrics and Furnishings
  • Lower Mechanical Equipment Costs

Window Replacement

Tri-Lakes Exterior Home Improvement can work with you to determine the best option to improve your existing windows or replace your old windows based upon your home’s window and wall conditions. We will also perform all aspects of window repair and replacement. The options for window replacement and repair generally include:

  • Full window replacement: The existing frame is removed and the new window is placed into the same position that was occupied by the old window. In addition to obtaining the benefits and look of new high-performance, energy efficient windows, this is an opportunity to remedy issues such as water or air leakage that may have occurred around the old frame.
  • Inserting new windows into existing frame: The old sash (seals), side jambs and trim are removed, but the original frame is left in place. The new window is inserted into this opening. This is a more budget-friendly option that can also remedy water and air leakage in certain situations. For example, this option can accommodate slightly out-of-square conditions of the existing frame, but significant out-of-square conditions may require complete window replacement.
  • Sash (window seal) replacement: Many manufacturers offer replacement sash kits, which include jamb liners to ensure good operability and fit. This option is also more budget-friendly, but the existing frame must be in good shape so that air and water tightness is ensured.

Potential Tax Savings From Energy Efficient Products

Homeowners may be able to claim a federal tax credit for upgrading their primary residence with energy efficient building components, such as insulation, exterior windows and doors. Deduction restrictions do apply, and you should consult your tax professional for details. But just as important, upgrading to energy efficient siding, windows and doors can save homeowners hundreds of dollars in heating and cooling costs each year.

Ready to get started? Give us a call at 417-213-1216.