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Window Replacement & Upgrades

At Alabama Decks & Exteriors we believe that your home is one of the most important investments in your life. And windows are one of the most important elements in your home. With the right window, you can convert a dark room to a space, a cold corner to a warm nook, an ordinary home into an elegant one.

We offer you the ability to enhance the comfort, value, and aesthetics of your living space – quickly and cost-effectively! Our premier lines of replacement windows and patio doors save energy and improve the appearance of your home. All of our windows are custom ordered to your exact openings and design requirements. And of course, all of our premium lines of replacement windows and patio doors are covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

There are hundreds of vinyl window brands on the market today —but they’re not all created equal. Many ordinary vinyl windows are designed only for low cost, not for value. All windows from Bama Exteriors are designed for value first — the best combination of style, thermal efficiency, and lasting performance at a competitive price.

Window Styles

  • Double Hung
  • Slider
  • Casement
  • Picture
  • Awning
  • Geometric Shapes

Window Options

  • Double or triple-pane
  • Low-E
  • Argon
  • Hurricane Rated
  • Foam filled frames
  • Color
  • Grid pattern
  • Half or full screens
  • Woodgrain interiors
  • Glass Tinting

Energy Efficiency

“The payback period for selecting energy efficient units ranges from 2 to 10 years.” — University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Low E Glass
One of the newest innovations in energy efficient windows is Low Emissivity, or Low E glass. This is glass which has an invisible coating which reflects long wave radiation back into your home (keeping heat in) while allowing short wave (solar) heat radiation to enter. This helps reduce heating costs of your home in winter. By not allowing heat to escape, the temperature of the glass inside your home is kept warmer which reduces that cold uncomfortable feeling near windows. Low E coatings are also known to reduce the harmful ultraviolet rays which cause fading of interior finishes.

Argon gas is most commonly used in the ordinary incandescent lightbulb; it is clear, non toxic, and non flammable. The space between the two panes of glass is filled with Argon gas, because thermal conductivity of this inert gas is lower than air. Result? Heat loss is reduced and energy efficiency is improved.