As you consider upgrading your windows, let Little Corner Construction guide you in the process. No need to continue living with old windows that are often drafty, energy inefficient, difficult to open or clean, outdated, insecure, a maintenance hassle, or all the above! We can help you evaluate if your windows need replacing and determine the best type/functionality, materials, aesthetic, and design options of new windows.  

Enjoy your home with windows that lower your energy bills while enhancing the curb appeal and comfort of your home. We install some of the nation’s leading manufacturers, including Marvin Windows and Doors, as well as Atrium Windows and Doors.

Frequently asked questions

Insert Window Replacement: Insert window replacement is when new windows are installed within the existing frame. Only the old sash, hardware and covers are removed and replaced.

  • Benefit: less extensive installation and typically lower cost; preserves existing interior and exterior trim
  • Limitation: only an option if you have structurally sound wood or aluminum frames; and you may see a slight reduction of light opening
Full-Frame Window Replacement: Full-frame window replacement is when existing windows are completely removed down to the studs and the new window is installed in the opening.

  • Benefit: Allows a professional to inspect for and repair water damage; offers flexibility to replace with a new style or size window
  • Limitation: More extensive installation and typically higher cost; requires removal of interior and exterior trim, and occasionally siding

Little Corner Construction can help you way the long-term benefits of various materials, considering their look, maintenance needs and longevity. An all-wood window requires the most maintenance, but may be worth it if you’re in a historical area or if original character is important. Vinyl windows might advertise “hands-off” maintenance, but may not come in the colors you want, and could degrade faster when exposed to harsh weather. Clad wood or fiberglass could offer a sweet spot in terms of low maintenance, design choice and long-term durability that will protect your investment.

Yes. Little Corner Construction is fully equipped to change the size of a window, or install a window where one previously did not exist.  From discussing the best window options and obtaining any required permits if necessary, to framing the new opening, re-installing interior and exterior finishes and trim, painting, etc., we can handle the process from start to finish!

Yes! While Little Corner Construction does not have our own show room, we encourage you to visit the show rooms of our partner suppliers.  Depending on your location, we can suggest the best show room to visit.  We can also arrange a consultation meeting with Little Corner Construction at the showroom. Just let us know!

Specially designed coatings are applied to one or more surfaces of insulated glass. These coatings reflect radiant infrared energy, thus tending to keep radiant heat on the same side of the glass from which it originated, while letting visible light pass. This often results in more efficient windows because: radiant heat originating from indoors is reflected back inside, thus keeping heat inside in the winter, and infrared radiation from the sun is reflected away, keeping it cooler inside in the summer.

Ultrex pultruded fiberglass, a material Marvin created over 20 years ago, was one of the first premium composite materials on the market. It is highly durable, strong as steel, and extremely reliable.

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