Rochester Hills Michigan WindowsGood news for homeowners looking for new replacement windows in Rochester Hills, Michigan! Have we got a deal for you! Call Hansons and discover a whole world of gorgeous new replacement windows, and at the cheapest prices anywhere. We offer a wide variety of shapes and sizes, such as bay, bow, single hung, double hung, casement and more. In fact, there’s no one in Rochester Hills or in the surrounding area who can match Hansons when it comes to selling high quality new windows at cheap prices. Since 1988 we’ve been pleasing homeowners with beautiful new replacement windows—that’s 25 years of success! Thousands of people in and around Rochester Hills have beautified their homes and increased their resale value with new replacement windows that keep their houses warm in the winter and refreshingly cool in the summer.
Let Hansons turn your home’s “dream look” into reality with high quality, low priced replacement windows that will bring curb appeal as never before. And don’t worry about cost, because Hansons prices can’t be beat. There’s also financing available so we can get you affordable monthly payments (for qualified buyers).
Still waiting for new windows? Why? Let Hansons get you started on your home makeover right away. It all starts with a free in-home consultation by one of our Hansons-certified windows experts. Spruce up your Rochester Hills home with gorgeous new replacement windows from Hansons!
We replace your old aluminum windows with either woods windows or Hansons 100% pure vinyl windows, which are built to withstand the rough weather Rochester Hills Michigan isknown to provide.
This makes for a more peaceful and restful home, regardless of location.
Choosing the right contractor and not some unknown sub-contractor is imperative, as this took several remakes, and literally weeks to repair the work of someone less qualified but less expensive.
Bow windows are made from any number of Double Hung or Casement windows joined together to create a gentle curve. Homeowners had a primitive idea that the addition of a storm window would help reduce the wind entering their home.