Windows and Doors Replacement, Installation Services Questions

FAQ – Why should I use your remodeling services, or buy my new windows and doors through A New View Windows & Doors, Inc.?

FAQ - frequently-asked-questions-answersAnswer: Besides offering outstanding remodeling services and affordable prices, we are transparent and provide honest answers to all of your questions. Before you buy replacement windows and doors from any company or engage their remodeling service, you should check out the following parameters and read what we provide our customers in the FAQ area.

  • Contractor License Status – Our license number 799383 is active and in good standing.
  • Better Business Bureau Rating – We have an A+ rating even though we do not subscribe to their service.
  • References – We have thousands of references available on request.
  • Insurance Policies – We are fully licensed and insured.
  • Warranty – We offer a lifetime labor warranty.
  • Installers – Our installers are professional, experienced and factory trained.
  • Selection – We carry 20 different brands of quality products.
  • Product Quality – We use the highest quality products and materials.
  • Reputable Supplier – We are among the top suppliers of windows and doors in Orange County.
  • Experience – In business since 2001. Over 14 years serving Orange County and Los Angeles County residents.

Feel free to Contact us at (714) 953-7663 with any questions you have prior to engaging our services, purchasing new windows or doors, and before or during your remodeling project you contract with us!  See other FAQs below.

After you review our site and the FAQ information… If you are ready to get started go ahead and Request a Quote. We offer no-obligation free estimates.Get Quote on Windows and Doors in Orange County - A New ViewJust click on the get a quote button, fill-in the short form and we will be in touch soon to schedule an appointment. Our professional sales staff is available to meet with you (Monday – Saturday) at your Home, in our Showroom, or on the Job Site.

How Can I Tell If I Need New Windows?2015-08-26T04:14:48-07:00

You may need new windows if your. . .

  • windows/doors are difficult to open or close
  • windows are drafty with air leaking through or around the windows
  • windows have condensation on the inside of the windowpane
  • windows rattle in the wind
  • paint on your windows is chipping or peeling
  • building or house is too cold in winter or too hot in summer

If you know someone that is looking to improve energy efficiency in their home or place of business and asks this question – How Can I Tell If I Need New Windows – please share this post.

What are the Benefits of Replacing my Existing Windows and Doors?2015-08-26T04:32:05-07:00

What other benefits are there for replacing my existing windows and doors? New windows give your home a beautiful new look while improving energy efficiency. They add value to your home while cutting down your heating and cooling bills. If you buy high quality, energy-efficient windows and doors, your windows and doors will payback your investment in the savings you will realize with lower heating and cooling bills. Engineered and well-built windows have been proven to lower your energy consumption by 30-40% depending on home or building’s original construction. Contact us if you have more questions about what are the benefits of replacing my existing windows and doors.

What is Insulated Glass?2016-11-18T14:48:38-08:00

double-glazed-insulted-glass-diagram-milgardInsulated glass consists of two pieces of glass sealed to a spacer bar. This creates an insulated air space between the two pieces of glass, resulting in better thermal performance.  These type of glass windows or glass for doors is referred to as double glazed or double glazing.

What is Low-E Glass?2015-08-26T04:17:43-07:00

Low-E (low emissivity) glass provides year round comfort and energy savings. Two thin, transparent metallic coatings applied to the glass selectively filter solar radiation. During the summer months, Low-E reduces heat gain, keeping your home cooler. During the winter, Low-E glass helps keep your home warmer by reflecting heat back into your home.

What’s the difference between a nail-on window and retrofit window?2015-08-26T04:23:19-07:00