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Wooden Storm Windows

Wooden storm windows are one of the very best ways to insulate your existing windows.  Whether replacing a window or two, or getting rid of aluminum storm windows that don't work or just don't fit the character of your house, we can help!

Wooden Storm Windows also:

  • Protect your old window sashes and original glass, there by lengthen the time between needed maintenance.
  • Add preservation value
  • Reduce noise pollution
  • Prevent energy loss
  • Allows the primary window to be removed for repair without having to board up the window.

Styles Available

Easy Change and Store Windows

An interchangeable glass and screen window components in one frame

  • Fixed pane glass on top half of the window.  Interchangeable from glass to screen on the bottom.
  • Easy and safe switching from storm glass to screen, from inside your home.
  • Requires a minimal amount of off-season storage.
  • Sturdy biscuit and screw joinery, that lends itself to easy repair if needed.
  • Lower cost than purchasing a separate storm window and screen.
  • Can be painted to match your existing house exterior colors.
  • Can have an interchangeable glass to screen portion on the top also.
  • Can have the option of upgrading to Low-E glass.

Traditional Storm Windows

  • Fixed pane glass on top and bottom.
  • Match your existing style.
  • Can be painted to match your existing house exterior colors.
  • Can have the option of upgrading to Low-E glass.

Traditional Screens

  • Wood framed screen on top and bottom or just the bottom.
  • Match your existing style.
  • Can be painted to match your existing house exterior colors.

No matter your needs and budget, Wooden Storm Windows Plus has an option for you. Whether it is window repair, storm windows or both, we can help you.

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This Old House"...While the thermal perfor­mance of a refurbished single-glazed window fitted with a tight storm can never quite equal that of the best factory-made double-glazed windows, the difference is not so great as to merit the replacement of old windows solely for reasons of improved energy efficiency..."

George Nash
Renovating Old Houses