High Quality Energy

Efficient Windows

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Energy-Efficient Windows

Drop a load off of your energy bills. Yeager Home Improvement only uses the highest quality energy efficient windows on the market. We offer a wide variety of window styles and colors.

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Our expert team is dedicated to assisting you in finding the perfect windows that not only elevate your home’s appeal but also contribute to long-term energy savings. Explore our diverse collection and experience the difference our high-performance windows can make for your home.

Vinyl windows

Discover the epitome of durability and efficiency with our premium vinyl windows. Crafted with the finest materials, our vinyl windows boast unparalleled resilience against harsh weather conditions while offering exceptional energy efficiency. Yeager Home Improvement takes pride in delivering windows that not only exude timeless elegance but also provide superior insulation, noise reduction, and low maintenance requirements.

Trust in our vinyl windows to elevate your home’s comfort, aesthetics, and overall value for years to come.

Low E/Argon filled glass

Experience superior energy efficiency and year-round comfort with Low E/Argon filled glass windows. Designed to optimize thermal performance, these windows feature a Low E coating that minimizes heat transfer while maximizing natural light. The addition of Argon gas between the glass panes further enhances insulation, ensuring your home remains cooler in summer and warmer in winter. Our commitment to sustainability and cutting-edge technology means you can enjoy reduced energy costs without compromising on clarity or aesthetics.

Decorative grids

Elevate the charm of your living space with our exquisite decorative grid options available for our vinyl windows. At Yeager Home Improvement, we offer a variety of grid styles and patterns that add a touch of elegance and personality to your windows. Whether you prefer traditional colonial grids or a more contemporary look with prairie-style patterns, our decorative grids are tailored to complement your home’s architecture seamlessly. Enhance the visual appeal of your windows while enjoying the benefits of our high-quality vinyl materials, providing both durability and aesthetic sophistication.


Yes, installing new windows can potentially save you money on your energy bills. Here are several ways in which energy-efficient windows can contribute to cost savings:

Improved Insulation: Energy-efficient windows are designed with advanced insulation materials, such as low-emissivity (low-E) glass and multiple panes. This helps reduce heat transfer, keeping your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. As a result, your heating and cooling systems won’t need to work as hard to maintain a comfortable temperature, leading to energy savings.

Reduced Air Leakage: High-quality windows are tightly sealed to prevent drafts and air leakage. This minimizes the infiltration of outdoor air and the escape of conditioned air from your home, reducing the workload on your HVAC system and lowering energy consumption.

Low-E Coatings: Low-E coatings on window glass help control the amount of heat and light that enters your home. These coatings reflect infrared light while allowing visible light to pass through. In winter, low-E coatings can help retain indoor heat, and in summer, they can block unwanted solar heat, contributing to energy efficiency.

Argon or Krypton Gas Fills: Energy-efficient windows often feature inert gases like argon or krypton between the glass panes. These gases provide additional insulation, further improving the window’s thermal performance.

Energy Star Ratings: Look for windows with the ENERGY STAR label, which indicates that they meet or exceed energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ENERGY STAR-certified windows are designed to help reduce energy consumption and lower utility costs.

While new windows can contribute to energy savings, it’s important to consider other factors, such as the climate in your region, the orientation of your home, and the overall energy efficiency of your property. Additionally, the initial cost of purchasing and installing energy-efficient windows should be weighed against the long-term energy savings they can provide. Consulting with a professional and choosing windows that suit your specific needs and climate conditions will help maximize the potential for energy bill savings.

No! In most cases replacing an entire house of windows will take as little as one or two days.

The extent of the construction involved in replacing windows can vary based on several factors, including the number of windows being replaced, the type of replacement (full-frame or insert), and the condition of the existing window frames. Generally, window replacement is considered a moderate home improvement project, and it typically involves the following steps:

Assessment and Measurement: A professional will assess your existing windows, take measurements, and determine the appropriate replacement options.

Ordering Windows: Once the specifications are determined, the replacement windows are ordered. This step may take some time, depending on the availability and customization of the chosen windows.

Removal of Old Windows: The existing windows are removed. This can involve removing the sashes and, in some cases, the entire window frame.

Installation of New Windows: The replacement windows are installed. The installation process can vary based on whether it’s a full-frame replacement or an insert replacement. Full-frame replacement involves removing the entire window, while insert replacement leaves the existing frame intact.

Sealing and Insulation: The new windows are sealed, and insulation may be added to improve energy efficiency.

Trim and Finishing: Trim is added to cover gaps and provide a finished appearance. Exterior finishing, such as caulking and painting, may also be part of the process.

Cleanup: The work area is cleaned, and any debris from the installation is removed.

While window replacement is generally a manageable project, there are a few considerations:

Disruption: There will be some disruption during the installation process, and certain rooms may be temporarily unavailable. However, experienced contractors aim to minimize disruptions.

Timeline: The duration of the project depends on the number of windows and the complexity of the installation. It could take a few days to complete.

Weather Dependence: Weather conditions can impact the installation schedule. Inclement weather may cause delays.

Professional Installation: Hiring a professional for the installation is crucial to ensure proper fitting and sealing, maximizing the benefits of your new windows.

It’s advisable to discuss the specific details of the project, including the expected timeline and any potential disruptions, with your chosen contractor before the work begins. Professional contractors will work to make the process as smooth as possible and provide guidance on how to prepare your home for the replacement project.

The answer is yes and no. Some companies will give you a one size fits all window off the shelf. However, each window that we install is carefully measured and custom manufactured to ensure a perfect fit allowing for adequate insulation. 

Replacement windows are available in both standard and custom sizes, providing homeowners with flexibility to accommodate various window openings. While standard sizes are common and readily available, custom-sized replacement windows can be manufactured to fit specific dimensions.

Here’s an overview of standard sizes and customization options:

Standard Sizes: Many manufacturers produce replacement windows in standard sizes that are commonly found in homes. These standard sizes include typical dimensions for single and double-hung windows, casement windows, sliding windows, and other styles. Standard sizes are convenient for homeowners looking for off-the-shelf options.

Custom Sizes: If your window openings do not align with standard sizes or if you have unique design preferences, custom-sized replacement windows can be ordered. Customization allows you to tailor the windows to fit precisely within your existing openings.

Made-to-Order Windows: Some replacement window providers offer made-to-order services, allowing you to choose specific dimensions, frame materials, glass options, and other features based on your preferences and requirements. This is especially beneficial for non-standard or irregularly shaped window openings.

Specialty Windows: Specialty windows, such as arched, bay, or bow windows, are often custom-made to suit unique architectural designs. These windows may deviate from standard sizes to achieve specific aesthetic or functional goals.

When considering replacement windows, it’s essential to measure your existing window openings accurately. Standard sizes are convenient, but custom options ensure a precise fit and allow you to address any irregularities in your home’s construction. Working with a professional window contractor or manufacturer can help you determine the best approach for your specific needs, whether that involves selecting standard sizes or opting for custom-made windows.

At Yeager Home Improvement, our commitment to excellence shines through in every window we offer. From our top-tier energy-efficient vinyl windows to the elegant decorative grid options and advanced Low E/Argon filled glass windows, we prioritize quality, durability, and style. Elevate your home’s aesthetics, energy efficiency, and overall comfort with our premium window solutions. Trust us to enhance your living space with windows that not only meet but exceed your expectations, delivering lasting value and satisfaction.

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