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Our windows are manufactured by Associated Materials Incorporated (AMI), which is located in Akron, Ohio. AMI was founded in 1947 and is one of the largest replacement window manufacturers in the world. Learn More
At Window World of Baton Rouge, our variety of financing options allow you to enjoy your new windows or doors now, while paying over time. The Window World Credit Card makes it easy and convenient to accomplish all your home improvement projects. Simply enter your application information and receive a credit decision in no time. Learn More
All of our Window World replacement windows come with a limited lifetime warranty. However a double lifetime “transferable”, lifetime glass breakage, lifetime seal failure, and installation warranties are available. Learn More
Most of the issues encountered by our customers are easily corrected and don’t necessarily mean that there is a problem with your window. In the rare occasion that you do have a problem with your Window World replacement windows, we recommend that you visit our Virtual Repair Center or contact your local Window World representatives. And remember, all of our Window World replacement windows come with a limited lifetime warranty. Learn More
Yes. Our windows are designed to be as energy-efficient as they are beautiful. Our energy-efficient windows help keep heated and cooled air inside your home where it belongs. This allows your HVAC system to work more efficiently, reducing the amount of greenhouse gases your home releases into the environment and saving you money on your energy bills every month. Learn more about what makes our windows energy efficient in the video below or visit our energy efficiency page.
On average, replacement windows last 20 to 40 years. All of Window World’s replacement windows are backed by a limited lifetime warranty to give you peace of mind.
We recommend replacing your windows if your home’s interior temperature fluctuates too much and/or if your utility bill becomes excessively high each month.
Yes. Not only will new windows from Window World of increase your home’s value, but it’ll also raise your curb appeal and energy savings.
We recommend upgrading your door if it is damaged or you have excessively high energy costs.
No. Structural alterations aren’t necessary if the replacement door you choose is the same size as the door it is replacing.
Not necessarily. It’s common to transfer your old door handle and locking mechanisms into a new door.
Vinyl siding can increase your home’s value, boost your curb appeal and maximize your energy savings.
Yes, but first you must add furring strips to the brick wall to give the vinyl siding something to attach to.
Window World of Baton Rouge offers professional installation services. Our replacement products are installed by our factory-trained installers. Learn More
Your replacement windows will be installed within 4-8 weeks from the date that the final measurements are taken. The type of replacement window being installed and type being removed help determine the amount of time needed to install your replacement windows. On average each window takes about 30 minutes. Trim work and cleanup will require additional time to complete. An average job will take a single day. Learn More
Please take down curtains, blinds, or any other window treatments. Security sensors should also be removed and turned off by your security company. Please provide our installation expert with a clear path to the window(s) being replaced by moving anything that may be in the way. It is also advisable to remove all wall decorations from the walls close to the windows as they may fall during removal or installation. Learn More
After installing your new replacement windows we remove every bit of debris from your property and dispose of it properly. If you wish to keep your old windows, glass or storm windows, please notify the installer as soon as he arrives for your installation. Learn More