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Denver area homeowners often think they are faced with an ultimatum when shopping for replacement windows.

Should they pay top dollar to get a superior-quality window? Or should they sacrifice quality, save money, and buy windows that are more cost-efficient? We’re happy to say that thanks to Zen Windows Denver, now you don’t have to choose between quality and value.

With our replacement options, you can get top-quality windows at reasonable prices. We’re able to provide our customers with the best window prices in the Denver area because we eliminate everything that unnecessarily adds to costs. We don’t have a large sales and marketing team, we don’t build fancy showrooms, and we don’t spend all our money on advertising.

Instead, we run lean and use our resources where they matter. We focus on great window products and hiring top installers. This way, we can offer you the best available windows, without charging you outrageous prices.

Get a quote on your next set of replacement windows or contact us online to speak to our replacement window experts with any questions you may have. Dial (720) 464-3714 to reach our Denver office now!

Types of Replacement Windows We Install

We know no two Denver area homes are the same, and this means that each house has different needs when it comes to their windows. That’s why we offer a variety of replacement window types, so we can handle and install any windows you may need.

Double hung – Our most popular option, our replacement double hung windows combine a classic look with a durable composition.

Awning – Hinged at the top so they can swing outward, awning windows are typically used in first floor bathrooms and basements.

Bay – These windows protrude from your home, giving it a unique look from the exterior and giving you more room inside.

Special shape – When your home really stands out with a uniquely shaped window, you can count on Zen Windows Denver for special shape window replacements.

Round top – Whether going above a door or being installed elsewhere in your home, a round top window is a great home design choice.

Casement – Casement windows have a side hinge allowing the window to swing in the same manner as a door opens and closes.

Slider – These windows offer the most glass area of our windows, making them ideal for smaller rooms.

Bow – Bow windows are similar to bay windows in that they also offer additional living or storage space to your home.

Garden – Perfect for the kitchen, a garden window offers an extended sill for plants and other objects. The tops of these windows are optimal for letting in sunlight.

Hopper – Another popular choice for basements and first floor bathrooms, hopper windows are basically awning windows that are hinged from the bottom.