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Best Replacement Windows in Milwaukee, WI

June 27, 2019, 2:32 p.m.

Windows insulate your home and are a significant part of its curb appeal. When it’s time to repair or replace them, you need to hire a licensed contractor that is well-reviewed and offers a large selection of window styles and materials. Our partners at ConsumerAffairs researched the best replacement windows in Milwaukee so you start paying lower energy costs and increase your home’s value.

Everyone deserves to make thoughtful, informed purchase decisions. The local guides provided on this website are free for consumers. TMJ4 may receive compensation from our partners. Learn more.

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  • Schedule a consultation online
  • Sliding & specialty window installation
  • Available in Milwaukee
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Milgard
Milgard
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  • 50 years of experience
  • Large selection of styles & frames
  • Free, no-obligation quote
  • Online brochure
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Milwaukee, WI
(800) 645-4273
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Weather Tight
Weather Tight
Features
  • Free in-home consultation & price quote good for one year
  • In business over 30 years & over 25,000 satisfied customers
  • Lifetime transferable warranty
  • West Allis showroom with full-scale window displays
Location
11400 W. Oklahoma Ave.
West Allis, WI 53227
(414) 459-3874
#4
Feldco
Feldco
Features
  • In-home consultation with product specialist
  • Factory-trained installers
  • Cudahy showroom
  • Financing options
Location
5801 S. Pennsylvania Ave.
Cudahy, WI 53110
(414) 259-1400
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HomeSealed Exteriors
HomeSealed Exteriors
Features
  • Locally owned and operated
  • Windows engineered for Milwaukee's climate
  • Lifetime workmanship and glass breakage warranties
  • Hassle-free payment plans
Location
2718 S. 163rd St.
New Berlin, WI 53151
(262) 784-4460
Stanek Windows
Stanek Windows
Features
  • M-F: 9am - 4:30pm
  • Sat: 10am - 1pm
  • Closed Sun
  • stanekwindows.com
Location
N30W22383 Green Rd., Ste. G
Waukesha, WI 53186
(262) 649-9353
Window World of Southeastern Wisconsin
Window World of Southeastern Wisconsin
Features
  • M-F: 7:30am - 4:30pm
  • Sat: By appointment only
  • Closed Sun
  • windowworldofsoutheasternwi.com
Location
W188N10707 Maple Rd.
Germantown, WI 53022
(262) 703-9500
Abby Windows & Exteriors
Abby Windows & Exteriors
Features
  • M-F: 8am - 5pm
  • Closed Sat and Sun
  • abbywindows.com
Location
16646 W. National Ave.
New Berlin, WI 53151
(414) 209-0404
Guardian
Guardian
Features
  • M-F: 9am - 5pm
  • Closed Sat and Sun
  • guardianexts.com
Location
4401 S. Kansas Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53235
(414) 226-5619
Pella Windows and Doors of Wisconsin
Pella Windows and Doors of Wisconsin
Features
  • M-F: 8am - 5pm
  • Sat: 9am - 12pm
  • Closed Sun
  • pellawi.com
Location
13745 W. Capitol Dr.
Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 358-9263

Window repair and installation in Milwaukee

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For homeowners in Milwaukee, home window repair and replacement has many benefits. Properly functioning windows are easy to open and close, minimize stress on your heating and cooling systems, dampen outside noise and prevent the sun’s ultraviolet rays from damaging your home’s interior.

Older homes in Milwaukee are more likely to need window repair or window replacement. Windows typically last 15 - 30 years or more. Whether you live on the East Side or in a popular suburb like Whitefish Bay, Brookfield, Greenfield or Menomonee Falls, look out for these signs that your windows need attention:

  • It’s difficult to open or close the window.
  • You feel drafts nearby a window.
  • The level of noise you hear from outside is increasing.
  • Your floors, carpets or furniture are fading from UV exposure.
  • A window is rotting, cracked or damaged in any way.
  • Your energy bill is suddenly increasing.

A window installer in Milwaukee will help you determine if a window can be repaired or if it requires replacement. Replacement windows are either full-frame replacement windows or replacement window inserts.

Full-frame replacement versus replacement inserts

Replacement type What it is Advantages
Full-frame replacement windows Existing windows are completely removed and replaced Flexibility to install a new window style or size
Replacement window inserts New windows are installed within existing frame Less expensive; quicker installation

How much does window replacement cost in Milwaukee?

Residents spend, on average, $300 - $1,000 per replacement window in Milwaukee. The exact price you pay depends on several factors:

  • Window style: Common residential window styles include single-hung, double-hung, casement, awning, sliding, picture, bay/bow. Each style looks different and has separate operating and ventilating characteristics. Single-hung and double-hung windows are the least expensive; bay/bow windows cost the most.
  • Frame material: Vinyl, wood, aluminum and composite materials are the main choices, differing in their durability, maintenance requirements and ability to stop heat transfer. Vinyl and aluminum are less expensive than wood and composite.
  • Energy efficiency: Energy-efficient windows keep heat from escaping during Milwaukee’s cold winters and from getting inside during warm summers. Many window companies sell ENERGY STAR-certified windows or have windows that meet ENERGY STAR standards. Look for an NFRC label to help you compare energy efficiency of different windows.
  • Glass: Replacement windows are available with multiple panes of glass and coatings and glazings to block noise and most of the sun’s UV rays.

How to choose a window installer in Milwaukee

Businesses that do home window repair or installation in Milwaukee need to be licensed both in the City of Milwaukee and in Wisconsin. You can verify a home improvement contractor’s license on the City of Milwaukee website and a state dwelling contractor license on the State of Wisconsin website.

Most replacement window companies in Milwaukee offer a free in-home consultation to look at your home’s windows and explain products. During these visits, be prepared to ask these questions:

  • How many years of experience does the contractor have installing replacement windows, and how many installations has it completed?
  • Can the contractor provide a list of references?
  • How are staff trained? Do they have certifications from a professional organization, like InstallationMasters or the American Window and Door Institute?
  • How does the installation process work? How long does it take?
  • Are the windows and installation covered by warranty? Is the warranty transferable? Is there a customer satisfaction guarantee?

Try to get at least three written estimates before choosing a window installer in Milwaukee. An estimate should have details about the number of windows being installed; the sizes, styles and materials; costs for windows and labor; warranty details; and the project start date. It should also note whether a permit is necessary for installation.

Renewal by Andersen

Renewal by Andersen

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Renewal by Andersen has installed nearly 3 million windows across the U.S. Start with a free in-home consultation. Then customize your windows and get professional installation. Products are supported by a limited warranty. Many Milwaukee customers say they are highly satisfied with Renewal by Andersen’s process, from the initial visit through installation.

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Milgard

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Milgard has been manufacturing high-quality, energy-efficient windows for over 50 years. Learn about the company’s window styles, materials and product lines during a free, no-obligation consultation. All windows come with a full lifetime warranty. Milgard customers give the company five-star reviews for service and well-built products.

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