Master Remodelers, LLC provides professional home window installation service across the greater Houston area including Pearland, The Heights, Galveston, Friendswood, and Clear Lake, Texas. Whether you want to upgrade your drafty old windows with energy efficient ones to save money on your electricity bill or you want to improve the aesthetic look of your home with custom windows and sliding glass doors we can help. Call our window contractors at (713) 705-9583 to request a free quote for professional window installation service.

Our Quality Assurance Program for Installing Windows

Our Quality Assurance includes our own LIFETIME workmanship warranty on every project. Contact us if you would like to learn more! 

When you work with us, you will find that our products & services continuously meet the quality expectations of our customers. We make sure to keep strong lines of communication with our clientele.

This is a great way for our company to continuously evolve. Through programs such as these, our employees are able to grow and improve their skillsets on a daily basis.

We have been a part of the window installation industry for over 30 years and work hard to ensure the utmost client satisfaction. We care about how you view our work, products, and services. This fuels us to perform a perfect job, every job. We serve Pearland, Cypress, Galveston and the Houston area.

Home Window Installation FAQs

Q: How do you know when it’s time to install new windows?

A: People choose to install new windows or add a new window for many reasons including but not limited to:

  • Reduce Noise
  • Enjoy more natural light
  • Improve air flow
  • Improve Curb Appeal
  • Add Value to Home
  • Improve Security and Safety
  • Make Home More Energy Efficient

Q: How much does window installation cost in 2024?

A: According to the average cost to replace a window in your home is in the $700 ranges but you can sometimes pay as little as $671 or as much as $1387 per window. This cost is highly variable depending on the experience and certification of the window installers, the quality and brand of window, the warranty, and level of craftsmanship and workmanship.

Window Styles We Install

  • Security Windows
  • Double Paned Windows
  • Triple Paned Windows
  • Double Hung Windows
  • Casement Windows
  • Bay & Bow Windows
  • Awning Windows
  • Custom Windows
  • Sound Barrier Windows
  • Triple Hung Windows
  • Fixed Windows
  • Picture Windows

Window Installation by Material

We can install windows from any manufacturer in dozens of materials and combinations. Some of the most popular modern window materials include but are not limited to:

  • Vinyl Windows
  • Fiberglass Windows
  • Wood & Wood-Clad Windows
  • Composite Windows
  • Aluminum Windows
  • Stainless Steel

Safety & Storm Windows

We install a wide variety of windows with safety in mind, including impact rated windows that pass the TWIA metrics for insurance claims. These include but are not limited to:

  • Hurricane Windows
  • Impact Rated Windows
  • Storm Windows
  • Security Windows
  • Burglary Rated Windows
  • Bulletproof Windows
  • Ballistic Windows

Window Glazing & Glass Options

  • Films
  • Insulation
  • Low-Emissivity Coating
  • Multi-Paned Glass
  • Spacers & Gas Filled

Window Films

Window films can control the amount of light that can shine through a window. They also play a critical role in minimizing heat gain by reflecting heat-borne light.  Low-e window films can significantly reduce energy needs as much as 70% depending on the specific type.

Insulated Windows

Window spacers filled with normal air offer insulation properties, however gas filled window spacers are more effective in most cases. Argon gas filled windows are the most popular window insulation solutions because the gas is non-toxic, affordable, and up to 6 times denser than normal air. Krypton gas filled windows are also a popular window insulation choice. Although krypton windows are more expensive, they offer twice the insulation of argon windows making them 12 times denser than regular air.

Argon gas insulates best in double paned windows with a ½” space between panes while krypton gas insulates best in triple paned windows with smaller spaces less than half an inch.

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