Storm windows are the first line of defense for your primary window from the elements; their purpose is to protect your primary window from rain, snow, and wind. If your current storm window is not functioning properly your primary window will deteriorate at a rapid rate and cause you to have to do a full window replacement. We offer several styles of storm windows to meet all your needs.
A storm window is fixed outside a normal window for protection and insulation from the elements. Storm windows are installed on top of your existing windows and will help to normalize the temperature inside.
Storm windows can be custom made to fit over your current windows and are available in a number of different colors and materials. They are usually installed on the exterior of your existing windows, but you can opt for interior storm windows as well. They come in either two-track or triple-track configurations.
Frames are .050 Metal in Mill, Bronze, White, and Black Finish
Blind stop or Overlap Installation
Metal Tilt Keys and Latches
Reinforced Gusset in Corners of Master Frame (404/450, 606/650, 808/850)
.5 Wind Infiltration or Better
Aluminum Screen Wire in Screen Insert
Preserves the Integrity of Pre-Existing Windows
External storm windows are designed to stand up to the elements that they are constantly exposed to. While your normal windows will certainly do the same, they can begin to wear down year after year. External storm windows will help to protect them.
Insulates the Window
One of the best benefits of installing storm windows, and the primary reason many homeowners opt for storm windows, is that they provide an insulation barrier. Storm windows create a pocket of air between the glass of the two windows that prevents the transfer of heat and cold to the interior of your home. This can increase the efficiency of the window and may even lower energy costs.
Precision Windows & Doors serves the greater Kansas city and surrounding areas. Contact us today at (816) 524-8999 or (913) 649-1199 for a free window estimate.