The diversity of its population and its love of freedom and education, combined with common sense economic development and grit has created the robust North Carolina city Raleigh has come to be known as throughout the world. Residents there are very choosy about their window replacement needs, which is why they’ve trusted Home Craft Windows for the past three decades.
We provide window replacement Raleigh residents trust. But we find that many homeowners don’t know where to start. That’s why we offer the Complete Guide to Window Replacement. We share with you the key factors and steps when selecting new windows, including the types of windows, window grids, pane options, glass options, and so much more. It is a great window replacement resource for anyone researching the topic.
One common question we often hear is “How much does window replacement cost?”
We at HomeCraft provide window replacement costs that work for every budget and need. Over the years we have discovered our customers have a wide range of parameters and differences. Price range, features, energy efficiency, colors, designs, and more are all different in each window installation. As a result, we have developed three price levels for window replacements that meet a combination of desires and needs while still meeting strict standards of increasing your home’s value, lowering energy costs, and adding visual appeal to improving your home’s appearance.
Raleigh, North Carolina has a deep and rich history, complex and long. Raleigh was created in 1792 as the seat of North Carolina’s government. Ancient home to Iroquois, Sioux, and Algonquian First Peoples, it is also the birth place of Virginia Dare, the first child born to English parents in America. North Carolina was the first of the original 13 colonies to officially call for independence from England with the Halifax Resolves in 1776. These North Carolinians’ spirit of rebirth is evident in the boom of new construction and renovation in the area in recent times, and Home Craft Windows has been there every step of the way.
North Carolina was settled by farmers and industrial workers, Native Americans, and other hardworking men and women who valued freedom and education, and established early in its history America’s first state university. North Carolina’s appreciation of education is today reflected in its public school system and the nation’s best community college system. Young professionals and families are moving to the area and finding great deals on old homes to renovate, and some very smart homeowners are learning how to look for property income to add to their bottom dollar.
Raleigh is one leg of the Research Triangle, being home to North Carolina State University. Durham, home of Duke University, and Chapel Hill, wherein lies world renowned University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill round out the triad. The “Triangle” nickname comes from the Research Triangle Park complex built in 1959, located in both Durham and Wake Counties and located midway between the three cities and their universities. By combining research resources, the area has grown to be a powerful epicenter of research and development, and home to more than a million people.
If you’re looking for new double hung windows, casement windows, glass block windows, or bay and bow windows, then look no further than Home Craft Windows. If you need specialty windows, like garden windows, picture window, slider windows, or even windows that wrap around corners, then you need to call the replacement windows experts – Home Craft Windows.