As the Costa Mesa area’s premium installer of new windows and doors, Can-Do Windows and Doors has transformed the look of hundreds of homes across Orange County for over three decades. Our specialties include vinyl replacement windows, entry doors, and the construction of custom sunrooms and patio covers – that add a lifetime of comfort, beauty, and enjoyment to your home. Give us a call today: (714) 752-3407 for a free in-home estimate and consultation today!
Everywhere you look, you’re bound to see windows and doors. They’re so commonplace in our modern world, yet we often forget how important they are as a technology. Windows provide natural light to enter our homes and allow us to see outside. They provide a barrier against weather and access. External doors give us a convenient means of entering and exiting our homes while also providing protection. In time, these important products weaken and wear out. That’s why replacement windows and doors in Costa Mesa, CA are a smart way to improve the quality and security of your home.
So, when you’re looking for replacement windows or replacement doors, what should you look for? These days, it seems like the marketplace is saturated with options. How will you ever know which products are worth the cost? Many people feel overwhelmed without the help of an experienced professional.
That’s where Can-Do Windows & Doors can help. Our industry specialists will consult with you to learn what your needs and wants are. They’ll talk you through your options and make recommendations that fit your architectural style and budget, all while making sure you get the best bang for your buck. As you prepare to talk with an expert, here are some key points to know about modern windows and doors:
Cost and Quality
Window and door products come in all shapes, sizes, and price tags. With a generous budget, you might be tempted to think that expensive means better quality. But in this business, that isn’t always true. We’ve seen low-quality windows being sold at through the roof pricing! While a healthy budget definitely gives you options, the important thing is to have a trusted guide that knows what to look for in a window and door product. You’ll depend on your chosen products every day, so it’s essential that they are built with quality in mind. And who knows? You might even save some money when you have a pro to guide you.
Window and door products have become increasingly sophisticated, particularly in light of more recent product advancements. Functional improvements have increased the quality of material technology and manufacturing practices. Homeowners that buy replacement windows and doors in Costa Mesa, CA are experiencing the full range of benefits, including:
- Reduced energy use
- Lower utility bills
- Better internal climate control
- Improved insulation ratings
- Less wear on HVAC systems
Capturing all of these benefits are more readily attained when replacement products are Energy Star rated.
Energy Star Ratings
The Energy Star program was initiated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy in the early 1990s. Its purpose is to promote energy conservation through consumer education and the improvement of energy-consuming or saving products in the marketplace. This includes windows and doors, which are often the primary point of weakness in a home’s energy efficiency.
Companies can choose to participate in the rigorous efficiency standards testing laid out by the Energy Star program. Their products are submitted for testing and are rated accordingly. As a consumer shopping for new windows and doors, you can look for the small blue Energy Star insignia, letting you know that the products are built to a higher quality standard. With this in mind, you can comparison shop the various products that you’re interested in.
A quality window will only be able to live up to its performance claims if it is properly installed. Some homeowners will buy well-crafted windows and doors and then hire a general contractor to handle the installation. But many modern windows have become a thing of complexity. In most cases, contractors must be specially trained and certified to install a window or door product. While it used to be a simple matter to handle, not everyone can do the job right anymore. If anything were to go wrong in the future, and an unapproved installer is to blame, the product warranty could be void.
Custom Replacement Windows and Doors in Costa Mesa, CA
Looking for more personal input on the fabrication of your new windows and doors? You’re in luck. The industry is more capable of custom-building products to your exact specifications. You can tailor create a window or door product that will establish your unique architectural flair. Everything from color, material, design, glass, size, shape, insulation value can be customized without sacrificing on performance quality.
Get a Free Consultation
When you’re ready, contact our pro team for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation. We’ll come to your place at a convenient time and day. You can tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll help you explore your options. Whether you’re looking for replacement windows and doors in Costa Mesa, CA, or something else, like patio covers or sunrooms, our crew can help. Look us up! Our showroom is located at 151 Kalmus Dr Ste J2 Costa Mesa, CA 92626. Call today to schedule an appointment: (714) 752-3407.
Replacement Windows & Doors FAQs
- Difference Between Cellular and Roller Shades for Your Replacement Windows?
- Cellular shades are built from a honeycomb structure that not only blocks light, but also traps air between the window and the rest of your house. On the other side, roller window shades are simply a piece of fabric mounted on a rolling mechanism so the fabric can move up or down to cover your window. Learn more about cellular and roller shades here.
- Vinyl or Wood for Replacement Windows and Doors?
- Vinyl windows and doors are mostly made from extruded polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, which is a man-made material that is helpfully rigid. Wood windows and doors are generally made from Douglas fir or pinewood on the inside, and are often covered with PVC, aluminum or fiberglass on the outside. Learn more about vinyl and wood for replacement windows and doors here.
- What to Ask Your Replacement Window Contractors?
- Is Your Staff Well-Trained?
- What Materials Will Be Used for the Windows?
- What Does Your Replacement Process Entail?
- When Will You Be Able to Install My New Windows?
- Learn more.