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How to Choose a Window Company in the Boston, MA, Area

So, you’ve finally decided to pull the trigger on that window replacement project you’ve been putting off for months, maybe even years. Congratulations!—you’re about to make a great investment in your home. The only thing you’re wondering now is which company to partner with for the project. Like most metro areas, Boston, Massachusetts, has no shortage of home improvement contractors . . .

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Benefits of Double-Hung Windows for Oklahoma City, OK, Homeowners

As far as replacement windows go, there are tons of different styles out there, but still, year after year, double-hung windows continue to be the most popular. Is it a mere coincidence? Surely not. Double-hung windows are a top choice among homeowners throughout the county because they offer a number of great benefits. Read on to learn if double-hung windows . . .

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What Makes a Window Energy Efficient?

So you’re thinking about replacing the windows on your Kansas City, Missouri, home. But before you do, you want to make sure you’re choosing the right windows. Sure, you want windows that will look good, but most importantly, you want windows that will make your home more energy-efficient. What you should look for? Below are some of the components that . . .

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How Do the Insulated Windows on My Pittsburgh, PA, Home Work?

While all replacement windows probably have some form of insulation—whether within the frames or around the glass—when someone uses the term “insulated windows,” they are usually referring to windows that have insulated glazing systems. Such windows are especially common in cities like Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, or other areas where winter temperatures are routinely in the single digits. But how exactly do . . .

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Quality Window Frame Material for Your Detroit, MI, Home

The material your window frames are made of plays a major role in their overall performance. For instance, if the windows on your Detroit, Michigan, home are made of aluminum or another metal, then they’re probably not the best at preventing heat from transferring through the frame. Similarly, if the frames on your windows are made of wood, they might . . .

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The Insulation Benefits of Multi-Pane Windows for Your Columbus, OH, Home

While windows of yore featured just a single pane of glass mulled into the sash, most replacement windows made today are “multi-pane” windows. As the term implies, multi-pane windows feature more than one pane of glass—usually two, but sometimes three—that are built together to form the window’s glazing system. Multi-pane windows offer a number of insulation benefits as they create . . .

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Replace the Windows on Your Dallas, TX, Home on a Budget

If you’re wondering how to replace the windows on your Dallas, Texas, home while staying within the confines of your budget, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we offer a few easy tips for how you can shave down the cost of your window replacement project. Of course, you don’t want to skimp on the cost of your windows—that . . .

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Will Replacing the Windows on My Columbia, SC, Home Add Value?

If you’re considering replacing the windows on your home in Columbia, South Carolina, you’re probably wondering how this will affect its value. With the average return on investment for a full-house window replacement project being around 75-80%, it’s definitely one of the most lucrative home upgrades you can make—more so than a bathroom or kitchen remodel, which tends to only . . .

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Should I Replace the Windows On My Memphis, TN, House Before Selling It?

If you’re considering selling your Memphis, Tennessee, home, you may be wondering if it’s worth it to replace your windows. You’ve heard that doing so might help you get a higher selling price, but you’re also a little wary about making an investment that you won’t be around to reap the benefits of. Improved Appearance Inside & Out New windows . . .

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Sunrise windows are expertly engineered and meticulously crafted to provide many years of reliable performance. However, if any part of your new windows does not live up to our quality standards, we’ll be happy to replace it.

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Our Happy Clients

I had Sunrise Windows installed in my home in 2000. We started noticing some of the wood lament on the windows started peeling. Sixteen years later, Sunrise honored their warranty and replaced every window. This is a stand-up company.

Temperance, MI

A company that honors their warranty! I had their windows since 1996 and the company still honors my warranty. Great windows. Great company. Thank you Sunrise!

Chicago, IL

Installed 30 replacement windows and 2 sliding glass doors in Raleigh, NC. No leaks, no condensation, nearly perfect inside and out. Some windows were larger than 5x5 and still no problems. No more drafts and lower hvac costs. Real quality. Check with experts who engineer glass, as I did. They look great and visitors actually notice and comment. Just a happy customer. Nice job guys!

Raleigh, NC

I purchased Sunrise Windows last year for a house I was flipping. I believe the windows were a big reason the house sold for nearly 100% of the asking price. This is a great company. I would recommend this company's products to anyone.

Toledo, OH

I had ALL my windows and both doors replaced at the same time to my older (built in 1958) home by the folks at Sunrise and am very satisfied with the selection, service and installation! I’d recommend Sunrise to anyone renovating their older home.

As a window salesman who can sell Pella, Marvin, and Andersen windows as well, I can say with confidence that the Sunrise Window is a better option than any of those window brands. Most of the negative reviews I have read about the Sunrise product, is because the homeowner is uneducated on how condensation works, or the fault of the installer. If Sunrise makes a mistake, they will always fix it. Best window company to deal with and best warranty out there.