Whether you want a window replaced in your existing home or new home, Montana Window & Door can provide you with quality service and meet Energy Star requirements while remaining in your budget. Windows from Montana Window & Door will keep you warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer while lowering our utility bills.
Montana Window & Door has window manufactures that design unique styles to meet the demand of customers who want to make a statement in their homes.
Fiberglass offers strength comparable to aluminum and insulating properties similar to wood and vinyl. Montana Window & door can provide Fiberglass in a variety of finishes and can be repainted in the field. Most Fiberglass Windows are generally not available in round-top, elliptical, and other specialty models, but at Montana Window & Door if you can dream it, we can build it!
Performance Fiberglass windows are also offered by Montana Window & Door. When you demand the absolute best in energy efficiency, we can help you. We use Alpen High Performance Products out of Boulder Colorado. Their Entry level window is triple-pane!
Wood offers good thermal performance and natural beauty. Montana Window & Door offer products in a wide variety of interior wood species. All of Montana Window & door’s wood products have EXTRUDED aluminum cladding on the exterior to minimize Maintenance and Damage from Hailstorms. Montana Window & Door offers products incorporating “engineered” wood components, in non-visible areas, to enhance performance and achieve optimal wood utilization.
Vinyl is the most commonly used framing material, because it offers good thermal performance and requires little maintenance. It can be used to produced very cost-effective products, but vinyl windows can also be provided in a choice of interior finishes, including woodgrains and colors. All of Montana Window & Door’s vinyl products incorporate rigid vinyl with multi-chamber profiles for strength and insulation. The Frame and sash corners in these vinyl windows are Fusion-welded, creating a joint that is more resistant to air and water infiltration than corners that are mechanically fastened with screws.
Energy Efficient Glass:
R5 and Triple Glaze