Your windows are an important aspect of your home because they can dramatically affect how your home looks as well as how efficient your heating and cooling is for your home. Home window replacements are a common upgrade that homeowners choose to do, but there are several options that come along with this decision: What materials should the window be made from? How many panes of glass should there be? What color do you want the window to be? The team at AmeriTint Window Specialists can help Carrollton homeowners choose the best options for all of these questions, contact us today!
Replacement Windows in Carrollton, TX
Getting replacement windows for your home should not be a pain. AmeriTint Window Specialists are experts at window installation and they can help narrow down your window choices quickly and easily. From low-E glass to multiple glass panes in each sash as well as adding special gases between the glass panes, your replacement windows can become very energy efficient and will save you money on utilities each month once they are installed.
Double Hung Windows in Carrollton, TX
Double hung windows are very common and popular for a good reason. There are many options available to you for double hung replacement windows and energy efficient windows. From the different frame materials, including vinyl, wood, and fiberglass, to having the window panes tilt in for easy cleaning, as well as having multiple panes of glass to help with energy efficiency and the ability to have a variety of ventilation settings, double hung windows are the go-to option for most replacement windows.
Home Window Tinting in Carrollton, Texas
Have you considered tinting your home’s windows? Having AmeriTint Window Specialists tint your home’s windows provides you with increased energy efficiency, as well as helping to reduce fading of the interior of your home, carpets, and other fabrics by blocking UV light. There are a variety of different home window tinting options available for your Carrollton home.
Early on, Carrollton’s livelihood was exclusively agricultural, but following the construction of the Dallas-Wichita Railroad through Trinity Mills in 1878, the community began to grow in its industrial significance. Carrollton’s significance was further strengthened when the railroad was extended to Denton in 1880 by Jay Gould, who sold the line to the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad (the Katy) in 1881. In 1913 Carrollton was officially incorporated, and W.F. Vinson was elected mayor. A gravel industry that began in Carrollton in 1912 transformed the city, by the late 1940s, to a “grain and gravel” town. We’re proud to provide these services and more for Carrollton, TX, and the surrounding areas!