Denver-area homeowners often think they’re faced with an ultimatum when shopping for replacement windows. Should they pay top dollar for a superior-quality window, or should they sacrifice quality, save money, and buy more cost-efficient windows?
Thanks to Zen Windows Denver, you don’t have to choose between quality and value. With our replacement options, you can get top-quality windows at reasonable prices. We provide 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 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 outrageous prices.
No two Denver-area homes are the same, which means each house has different window needs. That’s why we offer a variety of replacement window types, so we can handle and install any windows you may need.
Double-hung windows: Our most popular option, replacement double-hung windows combine a classic look with a durable composition.
Awning windows: Hinged at the top to swing outward, awning windows are typically used in first-floor bathrooms and basements.
Bay windows: These windows protrude from your home, giving it a unique look from the exterior and providing more room inside.
Special shape windows: When your home stands out with a uniquely shaped window, you can count on Zen Windows Denver for special shape window replacements.
Sliding windows: These windows offer the most glass area of our windows, making them ideal for smaller rooms.
Bow windows: Bow windows are similar to bay windows in that they also offer additional living or storage space.
Hopper windows: Another popular choice for basements and first-floor bathrooms, hopper windows are basically awning windows hinged from the bottom.
In addition to the different styles of windows we can install in your home, there are also various materials for you to choose from. Some of the more popular options include:
Fiberglass windows: Fiberglass replacement windows are attractive but more expensive than comparable options.
High-quality vinyl windows: High-quality vinyl windows offer a lot of bang for your buck. Besides being more affordable, they’re energy-efficient, durable, beautiful, and require almost no maintenance.
Contact us online for more information on our different window materials.
For most of us in Denver and El Paso counties, a broken window is a big problem because we have extremes in weather. Some days it feels like the sun is perched atop our roofs. Other days we wonder how much more deep-freeze we can take.
A broken window expense includes the energy loss we’re paying for every month. When cost is a factor, is it better to repair or replace a window?
You can repair a window if you have cracked or broken single-pane glass. Repairing a single-pane glass window “is a serious time commitment,” says one glass pro. Without being defeatist, if you have single-pane windows in Colorado, you’re already losing money.
Replacement is necessary if:
Window replacement offers a better long-term solution and long-term savings. Stopping the costly energy loss will save on monthly bills. And Zen Windows Denver’s most economical window replacement features double-pane, high-performance glass that qualifies for federal energy tax credits.
Ask about window replacement for your home or office. It’s easy and hassle-free: Call 303-658-9990 or contact Zen Windows Denver.
We have three lines of windows to satisfy any homeowner’s needs: Karma, Nirvana, and Lotus. These are our “good, better, and best” options, and we can help you pick out the exact right windows to meet your needs and budget.
Zen Windows Denver provides high-quality and energy-efficient windows to homes in Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Broomfield, Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Centennial, Cimarron Hills, Congress Park, Denver, Englewood, Golden, Highlands, Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl, Lakewood, Littleton, Parker, Thornton, and Westminster.
The elevation in Denver requires a special type of window. Higher elevation can weaken window seals, create efficiency issues, and make it harder for the window to stay in its spot. Zen Windows Denver understands this, and we offer replacement windows specifically designed for high altitudes.
Our windows have quality vinyl and excellent seals to withstand the demands of our local environment. We use multiple panes of glass to ensure enough room for expansion, even in the cold Colorado winters, so your heated air stays safely inside your home.
Schedule window replacement with Zen Windows Denver. Call 303-658-9990 or schedule online to start our no-hassle window installation process.
Do you have questions about replacement windows? Check out these common questions and answers from the team at Zen Windows Denver.
Replacing your windows can help lower your energy bills and improve your home’s curb appeal. It can also give you an easier-to-maintain option for your home, and it may increase your home’s resale value.
The cost of replacement windows is affected by the window style, the glass you choose, and the frame material. The size of the window also impacts its cost. Zen Windows Denver will help you select windows that meet your goals for your home and reduce your potential energy costs while also fitting into your budget.
This depends on your needs, as sometimes you have just one or two windows that aren’t serving you well or are broken, and in this case, a single window replacement makes sense. Replacing all the windows simultaneously can improve your home’s efficiency, but it will cost more initially.
It takes about an hour to replace one window. The length of time for window replacement will depend on how many windows you’re having installed.
Prepare the walls around the window by taking off window treatments and artwork hanging on them. Cover furnishings with blankets to protect them from dust. Ensure the floor space around each window is cleared of furniture so the window installers can access the window.