Welcome to Hometown Glass & Improvement, Inc.
At Hometown Glass & Improvement, we specialize in windows, doors and glass. Whether you need replacement windows for a remodeling project or standard windows and doors for new construction, Hometown can find the perfect match for you.
Our windows are available in wood, vinyl and aluminum, and our doors come in wood, steel and fiberglass. You'll be amazed at the variety!
From replacing storm window and screen combinations, to restoring glass in existing frames, we pride ourselves in using the best materials and superior workmanship.
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We want your home to be a welcoming sight, and Hometown Glass & Improvement can help. We provide our customers with the best in window and door replacements, as well as mirrors, awnings and door canopies, patio roofs and room enclosures, sun rooms, shower and tub enclosures and overhead garage door & operators. Visit our 2,000 square-foot showroom for a few samples of what we can do to help you put a little more "home" into your house.
Decks and Underdecking
Entry Doors and Storm Doors
Furnish Windows and Doors for New Construction
Garage Door Openers
Overhead Garage Doors
Patio Roofs and Room Enclosures
Replace Glass in Existing Frames
Window and Door Replacement
Replace Glass in Existing Frames
Safety vs Plate Glass
Overhead Garage Doors and Openers
Ready for new replacement windows but don’t know where to begin? The guys at Hometown Glass will help make window replacement virtually effortless for you. From helping you select the products that fit your needs to installing them to hauling your old windows away — Hometown experts will be with you at every step. Whether you shop at home or in our showroom, you’ll get expert advice on the right wood, fiberglass or vinyl windows to fit your style and budget.
There are many types of glass and several installation techniques to consider. Modern manufacturing techniques have produced glass to meet a number of specific needs. Some types of glass are required by law in certain situations, so check the building code. For example, wired or fireproof glass needs to be used in fire doors, and laminated or tempered glass in floor-to-ceiling windows. To install glass in wooden frames, you can choose between putty or glazing beads. Metal and vinyl frames often have special systems built into them.
Finding energy-efficient windows has become easier, as insulating features such as heat-reflecting low-E coatings and argon gas between panes have become more standard. You'll also find new options and extras,
Manufacturers mark their replacement windows with a U-factor, a measure of a window's ability to conduct heat. The U-factor is the reverse of the R-value, which is a measure of insulating ability. The lower the U-factor or the higher the R-value, the better a window can keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter.
In addition to reducing your energy bill, new windows can make your home more comfortable, quiet, and attractive. Replacement home windows have become more energy efficient in recent years. If you're looking for information about replacing your windows, give us a call at Hometown Glass and we will gladly give you a FREE estimate with no high pressure salesman harassing you. We do not subcontract our jobs out and have our own highly skilled professionals.
You can call us and ask for Jeff, Tom or Bernie or just fill out an estimate sheet located at the end of the web page and one of them will get back to you with in 24 hours.