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Egress Basement Windows

Energy saving, maintenance-free

The patented design of our egress basement windows allows the header, sill, and jamb pieces to be removed, reversed, and replaced to easily adapt the installation to any situation. In addition, sashes are easily removable when not locked, allowing a wide, clear opening to move material through during construction.

Also, they do not subtract from the egress well square footage and compromise your ability to comply with local codes.

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Egress-Compliant Sizes

The windows do not subtract from the egress well square footage so that the basement will answer all local requirements.

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Hassle-Free Installation

All windows are designed to fit into a standard basement window space, making it a good DIY project. All vinyl frames are maintenance-free.

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We ship anywhere in the USA and Canada.

If you are interested in renovating a basement, you must think of the windows as one of the most important parts of your project. The impact they have on the entire appearance of the room is vital.
Moreover, old basement windows can cause a variety of inconveniences and significant problems to all homeowners:

Difficult to manage. Usually, the frames of the old windows are covered with rust or rotted, which makes them extremely difficult to open.

Poor energy performance. The standard old types of windows are single-pane, which allows the cold air in the underground space. Replacing with new windows can improve insulation for your home and bring energy bills down.

Basement filling with water. One of the most common problems caused by single-pane glass basement windows is that they cannot hold the water, which causes leaks between the window frame and the rough opening.

If you are interested in renovating a basement, you must think of the windows as one of the most important parts of your project. The impact they have on the entire appearance of the room is vital.

Moreover, old basement windows can be causing a variety of inconveniences and significant problems to all homeowners:

  1. Difficult to manage. Usually, the frames of the old windows are covered with rust or rotted, which makes them extremely difficult to open.
  2. Poor energy performance. The standard old types of windows are single-pane, which allows the cold air in the underground space. Replacing with new windows can improve insulation for your home and bring energy bills down. 
  3. Basement filling with water. One of the most common problems caused by single-pane glass basement windows is that they cannot hold the water, which causes leaks between the window frame and the rough opening.

Before purchasing a window well cover, reach out to our sales team and discuss the type of window your well has if the window is located above the well.

Our expert will suggest different styles and shapes of covers depending on the window type. In addition, upon request, different accessories like hinges, vents, locks, or top covers can be accommodated.

Ready to speak with an expert? When filling out the free estimate form to get your cover, be sure to select the correct style of basement window to get an accurate quote and the perfect cover for your situation!

Not sure what type of basement window you have? No worries, we’re here to help! Feel free to call us at 1-888-650-9355.

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