Window Replacement Specialists in Milwaukee
At Tiltin Milwaukee, we specialize in replacement windows that will create both a better look for your home and decrease your monthly energy costs, giving you savings over time. We are here to help you find out which kind of window replacement is right for you, or build you a custom replacement that will last you for years to come.
Replacement windows reduce noise and energy bills by providing a better seal than old inefficient windows, add a stylish improvement that will increase the value of your home, and decrease your high energy bills. Tiltin installs custom-built replacement windows at a very reasonable price and unmatched warranty. We offer many colors, styles, and features available in Vinyl or Wood windows.
By ordering the installation service from us, we can be sure of the quality of materials and installation. We always strive to make our service better and better, so we pay close attention to details in our work.
What is a Double Hung Window?
A double-hung window, also commonly referred to as a double-sash window, is a type of window that has two operable sashes that slide up and down. There are two main operable parts of a double-hung window — the top sash and the bottom sash. They are both able to open to provide ventilation.
What is a 2 & 3 Lite Slider WIndow?
Our 2-lite and 3-lite sliding windows add a contemporary twist in place of traditional double or single-hung windows. Slider windows feature two sashes that slide horizontally from one side to the other, offering excellent views and ventilation. Choose from a variety of styles and sizes to best fit your space.
What is a Casement Window?
Are you looking for a great window for your home that is easy to open and close? A casement window might be the right option for you. A casement window hinges at the side and opens outward to the left or right. They are also known as crank windows, since they are opened with a handle that cranks the supporting arm of the window outward. Our casement windows open and close with ease due to their easy-turn, fold-down handle.
What is an Awning Window?
Awning windows are similar to casement windows in that they are both hinged, crank windows. … Window World carries awning windows that pivot smoothly on top-mounted stainless steel hinges and use a simple crank mechanism. They work well in kitchens or bathrooms in openings that are wider than they are tall
What is a Picture Window?
A picture window is a large, fixed-pane window, generally made without glazing bars. A picture window gets its name from the fact that it is designed to give you a clear view of your surroundings without any obstructions—essentially acting as a picture frame for the scenery outside the window.
What is a Bay Window?
A bay window is a three sectioned window that bows outward. The center window is a picture window and on either side of the picture window is another style of window. The side windows are usually the same type of window. Bay windows are usually canted (angled/oblique line or surface particularly which cuts off a corner) at most commonly 45 or 90 degrees.
What is a Bow Window?
A bow window is an arc-shape window structure with at least 4 windows that are usually casement windows. They have all of the benefits of bay windows like: more space, lots of use possibilities, great lighting, better view, and increased home value.
Bow windows are a better idea than bay windows when you want more light, to make the room look larger than a bay window could, and have varying window pane sizes.
What is a Garden Window?
Garden windows project outward from your wall. They are a three-dimensional window with glass on the top and three sides for reinforcement. Garden windows allow the penetration of light into your living space.
You can use the space for houseplants. Naturally, garden windows are ideal in the kitchen and bathrooms. However, the window can be still be used in parts of the house where more light is required.
What are Glass Block Windows?
Glass block windows are common in basements and bathrooms. These are translucent, thick blocks of glass that allow light to flood into the room, but without being able to see through them. Glass block windows are almost like masonry, and as such, they offer greater security.