According to architectural practices, “transom” is a term that is given to any transverse horizontal structural bar or beam. It is also used to describe a crosspiece that separates a door from the window located above it.

Transom windows, also known as transom lights or fanlights, are smaller-sized windows that are usually hinged and set above a doorframe or on a particularly high area of a wall. They have been used in architectural constructions for a very long time. The first were used to decorate early Gothic churches. These windows were unglazed windows located directly in the belfry. They also took the form of spire lights, where they were thought to be necessary to strengthen the overall church wall construction.

Toward the end of the Gothic period in architecture, it became common to include these types of windows in the during (6)-resized-600designs of all structures, including residences and businesses. They were very popular in building construction before the advent of central air because buildings with these windows stayed cooler and more comfortable in the hot summer months than buildings without them.

Today, these window types are highly prized in a variety of architectural settings for the enhanced cross-ventilation they provide while at the same time maintaining an individual’s security and privacy. There are many different types of transom windows that are available on the market today. Here are descriptions of just a few.

Paneled Glass

This type of transom window is built with a frame that is paneled to create a symmetrical pattern or design similar to a grid. These windows are elegant, simple pieces that can be affixed by hinging either at the base or the top of the frame, or on both frame sides. The glass panels that make up this type of transom are almost always divided by vertical strips of metal or wood, but sometimes larger paneled glass transoms include horizontal pieces of wood.

Solid Window

In contrast to the multi-paneled transom, some transoms feature just one piece of glass inside a solid, sturdy frame. Like the paneled transoms style, these solid windows can be affixed or hinged at the frame’s top, bottom or both sides. These solid transoms often feature a heavy piece of frosted, brightly colored or intricately etched glass. They might also contain a piece of glass that is highly embellished for enhanced beauty.

Fanned Window

These transoms are arched, fan-shaped or semicircular and are often called “fanlights” because they resembleFanTransomWindows open decorative fans. This type of window is either fixed in place or hinged at the base to allow the frame to swing from one direction to the other. This style of transom window is usually designed as much for decorative beauty as it is for practicality.

Major Brand Names

Most transom windows that are sold in the Northeast are constructed with vinyl and are manufactured by Pella. There are transoms available in other brand names, but Pella windows are some of the best.

Transoms can add beauty and functionality to any home or office building. To learn more about transom window styles and to see which one might be best for specific architectural needs, individuals should contact the professionals at United Home Experts.

Bay windows extend outward from the wall of the structure, creating a nook in the interior of the room.  The andersenwindows are generally located on the first level of the building and may extend all the way to the ground below.

Bay window styles and designs are numerous and each of them adds distinctive architectural interest to an otherwise bland exterior.  While the windows are usually associated with Victorian-style buildings, they lend grace and charm to many architectural styles, whether historic or contemporary.

Homeowners in the New England states of Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire interested in replacement bay windows should look to the home remodeling professionals at United Home Experts for their window replacement needs.  The UHE staff is thoroughly experienced in window installation and can give advice on various styles and manufacturers of bay windows.

Now that the definition of what constitutes a bay window is clear, following is a description of a few of the bay window styles and designs the homeowner might want to consider discussing with a local window replacement contractor.

The Oriel Bay

This type of bay window defies the first-level placement rule stated earlier, as they are commonly found on the upper story of the building.  Oriel windows are generally placed over the entrance to the building and are usually supported by stone or brick brackets or corbels.  They are representative of the Gothic Revival style of architecture established in England in the mid-18th century.  The term “oriel” is from the Latin word for porch.

The Box Bay

Box bay-style windows, as the name implies, are shaped like a box.  The windows consist of a set of three BoxBayWindowwindowpanes capped by a small roof.  The usual design is a large center windowpane flanked by two smaller panes.  The box bay window is a perfect way to open up space without repositioning any walls.  These windows are very often seen in combination with an interior window seat.

The Circle Bay

These windows are larger than the oriel style and more embellished than the box style.  The circle bay also incorporates more panes than the box bay and is apt to feature the application of elaborate and intricate moldings.  They can be up to six feet high and may extend CircleBayWindowoutward from the building by two or three feet.  This window style takes great advantage of a view and lets in much natural light.  Many are capped with a cone-shaped roof.  This window came into its own during the Queen Anne Victorian era of the 1870s.

The Bow Bay

Bow bays can be located on any level of a structure and are gently curved rather than straight-sided like the other bay styles.  They are generally created by combining four or more casement windows together to form an arch.  The casement panes are attached to the livingroomframe with hinges on the sides of the windows.  The bow bay window first appeared in 18th-century England and the American Federal Period.

While these bay window styles all add interest to the exterior of a building, they also serve to enhance the interior of the building by expanding the space and letting in light to brighten it up.


One of the things that many homeowners have discovered in recent years is that replacing windows is not as easy as it used to be.  There was a time when there were very few choices when it came to replacement windows; today just the opposite seems to be true.  Now it feels that there are almost too many choices!  It is enough to confuse even the most experienced homeowner.

One of the top choices that will be offered to a homeowner when it comes to replacement windows is the vinyl window.  How good are vinyl windows?  How long do they last?  Are they a good choice as a replacement window?  What are vinyl window pros and cons?

The answers to these questions depend on several factors.  If the home is more than 100 years old and sided in mwood then vinyl may not be a good choice, simply from an aesthetic viewpoint.  But if the home is more modern in appearance, then vinyl may be an excellent choice.

For one thing, vinyl-framed windows are probably the most economical window on the market.  They are also relatively light-weight and easy to install.  Because they are quick and easy to install, the cost of installing vinyl windows is usually low compared to other alternatives.

The primary drawback to vinyl is that many people do not care for its appearance, but from an aesthetic standpoint, modern vinyl windows have been greatly improved over windows made just a few years ago. Today’s vinyl-framed windows can be patterned in virtually any wood grain and pre-colored to pass as most common framing woods, even from only a few feet away.

Because vinyl comes pre-colored, with coloring that is actually a part of the vinyl itself, vinyl windows need no npainting. And because the color lasts for years, they require virtually no maintenance. Both of these factors can be big pluses for many homeowners.

Vinyl is also a good insulator, though not quite as good as wood.  Still, given the cost difference between wood-framed and vinyl-framed windows, the slight difference in insulating properties may not amount to very much.

The other thing homeowners must bear in mind is that not all vinyl windows are created equal.  Some are better than others and it can be difficult for the novice to tell the difference.  That’s one reason it is strongly recommended that homeowners consult with a window professional like United Home Experts before making any final decisions.

One window you might want to consider is Simonton.  Simonton is a well-respected name in the vinyl window obusiness, and Simonton windows come in virtually every style of window imaginable and in a wide range of colors and textures, including interior wood grain finishes.  Simonton windows are double-paned, with argon gas between the sheets of glass for added insulation.  Simonton windows use the most modern low E-glass for the best thermal insulating properties in the business.  Not only that, Simonton windows are simply breathtaking and add instant value to just about any home.

The bottom line is that there are a lot of vinyl window pros and cons, but for many people the benefits far outweigh the negatives.  Buying vinyl windows from today’s vast selection of makes and models can feel a little like walking through a mine field. Homeowners embarking on any window project can consult with the dedicated window experts at United Home Experts for free estimates and excellent advice.


Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, no matter what time of the year there’s always something to do or something to see down at Memorial Field / Casey Field down on East Main Street.  In the winter there’s a man-made ice hockey rink there at Casey Field, and in the Spring, Summer and Fall there’s all the games of the Northborough Youth Baseball to cheer on.  And of course all the Little League games at Casey Field, even at night, under the lights.

Baseball is almost as old as Northborough itself and so are many of the historical homes around town.  Of course, a home doesn’t have to be old to be loved and cared for.  Most homeowners in Northborough have enough civic pride to keep their homes looking their best, including replacing windows when necessary.

Sometimes it is necessary to replace windows because the old ones simply look old and out of date.  Other times bthe old windows may get broken.  Or a homeowner may realize that he or she is simply loosing too much money every month because the home’s warm air just seeps out the old glass as if it were a screen.

New, modern windows are nothing like the windows of even fifteen or twenty years ago.  Today’s windows keep out the harmful rays of the sun while holding in virtually all of a home’s heat.  It isn’t much of a secret that today’s best windows are made by the Marvin Window Company, specifically their fiberglass windows and their wood framed windows.

Window replacement in Northborough isn’t open to just anyone.  A window contractor in this town needs a great local reputation.  He needs to have replaced literally hundreds of windows and shown the community that he genuinely cares about the homes and the homeowners of Northborough.  Having replaced so many windows locally also means that any local window contractor also knows Northborough building codes and permit regulations just about as well as anyone at the planning office.

Anyone thinking of doing window replacement in Northborough also needs to know virtually everything there isc to know about Energy Star ratings and how they can save homeowners money on their utility bills every month.

Whew!  That’s a tall order for any window contractor.  The only such contractor I know of in Northborough is United Home Experts.  They have replaced more windows in this town than virtually anyone else which means they know every piece of paperwork that needs to be filed out backwards as well as forwards.  Rely on the pros at UHE to handle all of your paperwork.

If you are looking for a company with a good local rep this is it.  UHE has literally hundreds of satisfied local customers who are willing to tell the world what a wonderful job United Home Experts did with their windows.

And because UHE has replaced so many windows here in Northborough, they know literally everything there is to know about Energy Star ratings.  That’s why they recommend Marvin fiberglass windows and Marvin wood framed windows.  Both of those windows have the highest Energy Star ratings and are virtually guaranteed to save homeowners an appreciable amount on their monthly utility bills.  And remember, these savings aren’t just for a month or two – they go on for years!

You’re probably thinking that United Home Experts may be the best when it comes to windows replacements here in Northborough, but the best is way out of your price league, right?  Not necessarily.  United Home Experts installs so many replacement windows that their high volume means they can keep their prices low.  Give ‘em a call.  Find out just how low their prices are and take a look at the tremendous selection of windows they have to offer. For more information about our window replacement services, visit our main replacement window page!


Have you ever thought about all the famous people who live (or who use to live) in Needham?  For such a relatively small town, Needham has way more than its share of famous people, everyone from Chester Nimitz, Jr., a World War II naval hero, to Marsha Bemko, an executive producer of the “Antiques Roadshow,” to more than a dozen professional hockey and baseball players, to country singer-writer-actor Joey McIntyre, to, well close to fifty others, all from Needham or people who retired to Needham.

Needham obviously has a lot to be proud of, and one of the ways the homeowners of Needham have chosen to demonstrate their civic pride is by the way they maintain their homes.  Keeping their windows looking up-to-date yet classic is one of the things hundreds of local homeowners have already elected to do.

Window replacement in Needham is not the easy thing it used to be.  Even twenty years ago buying new windows shbeautyinterior-resized-600was a relatively simple matter, a choice of three or four different styles – and who had even heard of Energy Star ratings back then?  Today things are very different.  Today buying replacement windows is so complicated that a homeowner almost needs a university degree just to step inside a showroom.

Of course, most local homeowners know that the two best replacement windows from a standpoint of both cost as well as saving energy (plus they both look classic) are fiberglass windows and wood frame windows manufactured by the Marvin Window Company, the recognized leader in modern energy-efficient replacement windows.

Any contractor who specializes in window replacement in Needham needs to pass a few simple tests.  For example, a local window contractor must know all of Needham’s local building codes and city permits just like he knows the back of his hand.

And the only way a local window contractor could become that familiar with Needham building codes is by lht_dh_kitchen_10installing lots and lots of windows locally, so any local window contractor worth his salt must have the best interests of both the people of Needham as well as the homes of Needham at heart.

And, obviously, any local window contractor must install the best windows, which means Marvin fiberglass windows and Marvin wood framed windows.

So how many local window contractors fit the bill?  Not many.  One who does is United Home Experts.  They have replaced the windows in more than a hundred homes in Needham and they have a file cabinet bulging with testimonials from happy local homeowners.

United Home Experts features the Marvin line of windows and installs more Marvin fiberglass windows and Marvin wood frame windows than just about anyone else in the entire area.  One of the main reasons they feature the Marvin line is because both Marvin fiberglass as well as Marvin wood frame windows have the highest Energy Star ratings around and both windows are designed to save homeowners a bundle of money every month on their utility bills.  And remember, those savings go on year after year.

Everyone thinks that the best costs the most, and in many cases that’s true.  However, when it comes to the best replacement windows in Needham, United Home Experts keeps their cost down by installing more replacement windows than just about anyone else.  Their high volume keeps a tight lid on prices.  When you call United Home Experts be sure to ask about their price as well as their expert installation – and you just may be surprised at how little the best replacement windows in Needham really cost. For more information about our window replacement services, visit our main windows page!


When was the last time you visited Kingsbury Pond out on Route 27?  You know, across the street from St. Edward’s Catholic Church.  This is one of the best places locally for catching Large Mouth Bass.  And in the winter, when the pond freezes over, it makes a perfect spot for ice skating.  It a great place to take the family.  It is places like Kingsbury Pond that make small towns like Medfield so special.  The memories of fishing or skating at Kingsbury are memories that will stay with a person for a lifetime.

Unfortunately the windows on a home don’t last for a lifetime – or at least they shouldn’t.  The reason is that newCUINDHint2 window technology has made windows that were popular even ten or fifteen years ago now totally obsolete.  Old windows let heat in during the summer and allow the heat to flow out almost unimpeded in the winter.  The new fiberglass windows and even many of the wood frame windows, especially windows made by Marvin Windows, are specifically designed to keep the sun out and to keep warm air inside during the winter, saving you a tone of money.

Some people make it seem like buying replacement windows in Medfield almost takes a college degree today, but that’s not the case with United Home Experts.

That’s why so many Medfield residents rely on the expertise of window contractors like United Home Experts.  United Home Experts has installed replacement windows in more Medfield homes than just about anyone else.  In fact, they have installed so many replacement windows here in Medfield that they know all of the local building codes and permits by heart – and they will make sure all the proper paperwork is filed before the job gets started.

Because they have done more window replacements in Medfield than just about anyone, they also have literally IntegritybeautyEXT1-resized-600hundreds of satisfied local customers in their files and can provide all the glowing references any homeowner could ever want.

United Home Experts features the very best replacement windows – windows by the Marvin Window Company.  They feature both the Marvin fiberglass window, which is light weight, easy and quick to install and a very low-cost window, and the Marvin wood frame window for a more traditional look.

Both of these windows have been specifically design to lower utility bills and both have one of the highest Energy Star ratings a homeowner can find.

You might think that all of this advanced technology and energy-savings comes at a price that is way beyond your budget.  But that’s not necessarily true.  United Home Experts installs more replacement windows in Medfield homes than just about anyone so they are able to keep their prices down and offer the people of Medfield the best value for the best window replacements in the entire area.

The final point you should be concerned about are the people installing your windows.  If you want a professional-icaintsetaffirepla2_07_itc3looking job then you need a professional installation crew and that’s exactly what UHE provides.  The installers working for United Home Experts have been hand-selected and extremely well-trained.

UHE’s installation crews have been working together for years in most cases; they know what they are doing and they get the job done in the most professional way possible in the least amount of time possible.

Unfortunately some of UHE’s competitors don’t care nearly as much about your windows once you’ve signed a contract.  Some window contractors here in Medfield hire their workers from the back of a truck at the local home center parking lot.  Keep that in mind when making your decision.

United Home Experts is undoubtedly the best of the best when it comes to choosing and installing replacement windows for your home.  From offering the best windows with the highest Energy Star rating to the people who install your windows, the professionals at United Home Experts will make your window replacing experience a smooth and pleasant one. For more information on our window services, please visit our main window page!


When the time comes for an awning window replacement, there are a lot of factors to consider:  price, quality, style and more.  Without knowing the full range of choices available, a homeowner is very likely to make a decision that could be costly in more ways than one.

Price is often a major concern.  Keep in mind that the price of an awning window does not cover only the cost of the window but also the installation of the window.  It is not recommended that the average homeowner install this type of window.  For those homeowners who live in the Northeast, the hands-down window experts are United Home Experts.  They have more experience installing awning windows than just about anyone else; and they also buy in bulk and pass the savings on to their customers.

Of course, price is only half the equation.  What is price without quality and style?  Installing a window that is AwningTripleVerticalMarvinsimply wrong for a home just because it is inexpensive is not a good trade-off.  Homeowners need quality and style as well as a good price.  So what constitutes quality and style in an awning window?

First, the window must blend into the style of the home.  A classic home, especially an older home, screams for wood-framed windows.  Installing vinyl or aluminum frames in a 100-year-old colonial will never look right.  Matching the window frames to the style and period of the home is vital.  In order to do that the homeowner must find a company like United Home Experts, we sell and install a wide range of window styles and designs, in almost every quality imaginable.

We install premium-grade wood windows from Marvin, and they also sell Marvin Integrity, which is a complete line of vinyl windows, as well as Simonton, Harvey, Pella, Andersen, Jeld-Wen and several others.  There are few other places, if any, where a homeowner will find more choices under one roof.

Keep in mind, too, that there are several different grades of window glass available.  A homeowner living in a warm climate may want a simple single sheet of plain glass, but for homes in the Northeast, windows need to be double-paned, preferably with an inert gas such as argon between the panes of glass to slow energy loss.  Modern windows are also energy efficient, with a special, almost invisible coating on the glass, which reflects the sun’s harmful ultraviolet light back outdoors and holds in the home’s natural warmth for a significant reduction in utility bills, month after month after month.

It is simply not possible to see a full range of price, quality and style at most window companies, as most companies sell only one or possibly two different brands and styles of windows.  Unfortunately, this limited selection does not give the homeowner the full range of choices available.  And without full knowledge, the homeowner risks spending too much money on the wrong window, leaving the homeowner unhappy and possibly even angry for years to come. For more information on windows, read our main window page!


The people of Walpole have always known of the value of preserving nature and of maintaining a sanctuary where people could go to unwind from the rigors and the stress of modern life.  For proof one need look no further than the 89 acre Francis William Bird Park, with its miles of walking and biking trails and its abundant scenic wonders.  I don’t suppose there’s anyone in Walpole who hasn’t visited this sanctuary at least once.

There are other sanctuaries in Walpole, too.  Most people consider their home a sanctuary.  Maybe that’s why so many people feel that window replacement in Walpole is so important.  After all, windows do set the stage for how modern or how retro a home looks – and windows have an extraordinary effect on how comfortable a home is.

When it come to window replacement in Walpole the homeowners of this town are rather particular – both about who installs their windows as well as what kind of windows they install.  Fiberglass windows are the new standard.  There are many reasons for this.  Modern fiberglass windows look virtually identical to wood framed windows but they are lighter, very fast and easy to install, they are extremely low maintenance, and they have a very high Energy Star rating, meaning that they will save a homeowner money on utilities each and every month, year in and year out.

Finding a local window installer who is familiar with Energy Star ratings is very important.  Windows today are LHT_DH_Kitchen_10nothing like the windows of yesterday.  Today it takes an advanced degree just to understand all the ins and outs of modern window technology and homeowners here demand a replacement window contractor who understands exactly what it all means.

They also demand a contractor who knows all the local building codes and permits; no one wants to run afoul of local ordinances.

And lastly, local Walpole homeowners won’t settle for any replacement window contractor who does not have a stake in this community.  Any window replacement contractor in Walpole must have replaced hundreds of local windows and have a stellar reputation.

There aren’t many local window contractors who meet all of those criteria.  One who does is United Home Experts.  They have installed more replacement windows here in Walpole than just about anyone and they have a file cabinet filled with happy customers to prove it.  They are more than happy to supply plenty of great references to any homeowner who asks.

Because they install more windows locally than just about anyone else, United Home Experts are experts when it IntegrityBedroomWindow-resized-600comes to both local building codes as well as knowing everything there is to know about Energy Star ratings.  Homeowners who use UHE never have to worry about filing the proper paperwork and they can sleep soundly knowing that UHE installs the best windows on the market, Marvin fiberglass windows and Marvin wood framed windows, both of which have among the highest Energy Star ratings possible.  With Marvin fiberglass windows or Marvin wood framed windows homeowners in Walpole will have among the lowest utility bills in Massachusetts for many years to come.

One final point.  If you care about the quality of the people who work on your home, around your family, then you should know that the expert window installers who work for United Home Experts have been with the company for many years in most cases, each member of UHE’s team has been screened and trained in window installation.  Unfortunately, some of UHE’s competitors don’t care that much about the people they have working on your property – some local window contractors hire their installers off street corners each morning.

You are probably wondering about price.  You’re thinking that if United Home Experts is the best then they must be the most expensive.  That’s not necessarily true.  UHE installs more windows in the Northeast than just about any other contractor in the area so they are able to keep their prices totally in line and still provide local homeowners with the very highest quality windows that will save them money on their utility bills each and every month.

Give United Home Experts a call.  Talk to their friendly and extremely knowledgeable staff of window experts.  You have nothing to lose and perhaps a lot to gain. For more information about our window replacement services, visit our main window page!


What town wouldn’t be proud to call themselves the home of Oscar the Grouch and Big Bird?  Acton has been home to a lot of famous and important people throughout the years: Helen Keller, the movie and TV comedian Steve Carell, the goalie for the Colonials, Tom Barrasso – but maybe the most famous person to ever come out of Acton was the great puppeteer, Caroll Spinny, who helped bring both Big Bird as well as Oscar the Grouch to life.  Just ask any child!

The people of Acton have a lot to be proud of and they show that pride in a thousand different ways, every day of the year.  One way they show it is by choosing replacement windows for their homes which not only enhances the beauty of their homes but also the charm and the history of Acton itself.

There is a lot to replacement windows. In fact, it’s gotten to the point that a homeowner almost needs aSHBeautyInterior-resized-600 doctorate’s degree in windows just to know what a window contractor is talking about.  For the moment it is enough to understand that probably the best window manufacturer today is the Marvin Window Company and the best replacement windows are either Marvin fiberglass windows or Marvin real wood windows.

When buying a window replacement in Acton there are a couple of things that local homeowners simply demand. One is a window contractor who knows all the local building codes and permits like the back of his hand and the other is a window contractor who understands everything there is to know about Energy Star ratings and how to get the most in savings from replacement windows.

One other thing.  Local homeowners want a window contractor who genuinely cares about the people and the homes here in Acton.  They demand a contractor who has roots in the community and who has already installed hundreds of windows and has a good reputation.

It sounds as if it would be almost impossible to find a local replacement window installer who could live up to all IntegrityBedroomWindow-resized-600of those requirements, but one does.  United Home Experts are experts when it comes to selling and installing replacement windows here in Acton.  They have probably installed more replacement windows in this area than anyone else.   And they have hundreds of enthusiastic homeowners to prove it.

United Home Experts knows Acton’s building codes and permits better than just about anyone else.  With UHE covering your back you never need to worry about any of the paperwork.

And when it comes to understanding Energy Star ratings and how they apply to your windows no one has a better understanding than UHE.  United Home Experts recommends only the best in window replacement – Marvin fiberglass or Marvin wood framed windows.  Both have high Energy Star ratings and both will enhance the looks of your home.

On top of all of that, the highly-skilled installers who work for United Home Experts can install your windows more quickly and more professionally than virtually anyone else locally.  Why?  Because UHE’s window installers are a team which works together virtually every day.  They are highly trained and skilled, unlike the “installers” which some other contractors pick up every morning at the local home center parking lot.

The last consideration is price.  Everyone wants the best price possible but do keep in mind that you get what you pay for.  On top of that, the cost of using United Home Experts may not be any more than the price you would end up paying some cut-rate window installer since UHE installs so many windows that they can afford to keep their prices low.

You want the best and your home deserves the best so give United Home Experts a call today and find out for yourself just how affordable the best can be. For more information about our replacement windows services, visit our main window page!


As anyone in Wrentham can tell you, if you love to shop there’s no better place than the Wrentham Outlet stores.  Here you can find all sorts of clothing and other great stuff at bargain basement prices.  Make a day of it at the Wrentham Outlet – and then, perhaps, top it off with a little indoor fishing at the nearby Bass Pro Shop.

There’s plenty to do and lots to be proud of for the people of Wrentham.  One way the homeowners here show LHT_DH_Kitchen_10their pride in Wrentham is to keep their homes looking their best.  That means occasionally replacing a home’s windows, especially if those windows are more than 15 or 20 years old – getting new, energy efficient windows could save a homeowner enough on utility bills to completely pay for the new windows in just a few years.

Windows today are a far cry from the windows that were around 20 years ago.  Today’s fiberglass windows, especially those made by the world-famous Marvin Window Company, not only look terrific but are light weight, quick and easy to install, and priced very reasonably.

Let’s take a quick look at exactly what homeowners here are looking for in a window replacement in Wrentham.

First, as mentioned, they want the best in either fiberglass windows or wood frame windows, preferably manufactured by the Marvin Window Company.  They also demand windows that have the highest Energy Star ratings so they can start saving money on their utility bills right away.  And, lastly, they want someone they can trust, someone who has done hundreds of window replacements in Wrentham already and who has a stellar local reputation.

That’s a tough set of criteria. Fortunately one local window contractor fits the bill.  United Home Experts has been IntegrityBedroomWindow-resized-600installing replacement windows here in Wrentham for years.  They have file cabinets filled with hundreds of happy local homeowners who are thrilled to talk about their wonderful experience with United Home Experts.

Because when it comes to replacement windows here in Wrentham, no one is more of an expert than UHE.  They specialize in fiberglass windows, vinyl windows and wood framed windows, specifically Marvin and Simonton windows, because they have among the highest Energy Star ratings there are.  By installing Marvin windows UHE knows that it could save the homeowners of Wrentham hundreds of dollars yearly on their energy bills.

And that’s not all.  United Home Experts uses its own highly trained and courteous crews to install its windows, so you can always count on your windows being installed perfectly the first time.  Unfortunately not all local window contractors use their own crews to install your windows.  Some local contractors hire their installers every morning from the local home center parking lot.  Are those really the kind of installers you want working on your home, around your family?

Price is always a consideration, but since United Home Experts installs more windows than just about anyone else in the entire Northeast, they are able to keep their prices down and still provide the best replacement windows with the least disruption to your life that you could possibly ask for.  Give them a call.  The window experts at United Home Experts just might surprise you with their selection of colors, the quality of their windows, their price and the speed with which they can get the job done.