Windows & Doors
Drafty windows and doors in your Wichita home can cost a lot of money in bills. We can replace those old windows and doors and save you money in energy savings. As you might already know, Kansas can have hot summers and cold winters. What better way is there to save money on energy and up-date the look of you home than replacing your windows and doors?
We buy from local Wichita companies who offer a limited-time warranty on their products so that you can have peace of mind with your new windows and doors. As a leading Wichita contractor, we pride ourselves on making your home energy efficient and saving you money. In most cases you can pay for new windows and doors in less than 5 yrs, just from the energy savings alone. Not only do new energy efficient windows and doors help with saving you money, they will also help with the resale of your home if you plan on moving in the future.
Stringer Remodeling offers many other contractor services for Wichita and the surrounding area. Check out our services page for more construction projects we offer.
We have access to a wide variety of window and door options for your home. If you have any questions or would like a free estimate, don't hesitate to contact us.
We offer full window replacement, glass replacement, window repair and new construction window installations. Some of the many window styles we can install in your home include:
- Single hung windows
- Double hung windows
- Horizontal sliding windows
- Picture windows
- Arch windows / Radius windows
- Casement windows
- Awning windows
- Bay windows
With a large selection of door styles and hardware to choose from, we can make your Wichita home look the way you want. Some of the many door styles you can choose from include:
- Single doors
- Double doors
- Sliding glass doors
- Bifold doors
- French doors
- Wood doors
- Steel doors
- Sliding doors
- Pocket doors
We install storm doors from any manufacturer of any size.
Check with you manufacturer on the type of storm door you can install on the door. Most manufacturers have this info on there warranty paperwork or web site.
Example: Fiberglass doors do not allow full glass storm doors because fiberglass doors are required to breathe which means they need a vented storm door. If you have a fiberglass door, check with your manufacturer to see if you need a vented storm door.
If you have any questions feel free to contact us.