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Window Replacement Contractors Serving Green Bay & Brown County

Installing replacement windows on your Green Bay area home is a great was to improve your curb appeal, energy efficiency, and resale value. Overhead Solutions offers Green Bay’s most reliable window replacement and installation services. We offer window styles and materials to fit every home and budget. Contact us today for a free window estimate - don’t forget to ask us about our fast turnaround times.

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Our 7-Step Window Replacement Process

It’s our goal to make your window replacement project enjoyable and hassle-free. Window replacement projects with Overhead Solutions are done with our easy 7-step process:

  1. Remove the old window by carefully removing the trim and any nails or screws holding the window in place.
  2. Prepare the opening by removing any old caulking or paint, checking for damage or rot and making any necessary repairs.
  3. Place the new window into the opening and level it.
  4. Secure the window by nailing or screwing through the flanges or using a window installation foam.
  5. Caulk around the outside of the window to seal it to the house.
  6. Finish the inside of the window with trim or molding to hide the gap between the window and the wall.
  7. Perform a final inspection to ensure the window is level and sealed properly.

Don’t wait any longer to get started on your replacement window project. You’ll be happy you choose Overhead Solutions.

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The Benefits of Replacing Old Windows

  1. Enhanced Security and Home Safety: If your windows don’t fit properly, open easily, or don’t shut at all, you are in need of replacement windows. Don’t let broken windows compromise your family’s safety.
  2. Improved Energy Efficiency: The better insulated your house is, the less energy it will require to regulate the temperatures inside the home. New windows can help with this in a big way, preventing drafts, conduction, and radiant energy from lighting up your energy bill.
  3. Noise Reduction: Newly installed windows can help reduce outside noise by 50-75%. Say goodbye to sleepless nights due to loud sirens or screeching tires.
  4. Enhanced Curb Appeal: Windows are one of the first things people notice when they look at your home. Installing new windows can really enhance your home’s curb appeal, potentially increasing its value to future buyers.

Replacement Windows We Install

If you need a window, no matter the shape or location, we can install it. Overhead Solutions installs all window types, including:

  • Awning Windows
  • Bay Windows
  • Bow Windows
  • Casement Windows
  • Double-hung Windows
  • Picture Windows
  • Skylight Windows
  • Sliding Windows
  • Specialty Windows (Custom)
Vinyl custom replacement windows installed by Overhead Solutions


How much does it cost to replace windows?

The cost of window replacement can vary depending on factors such as the size and type of window, the materials used, and the complexity of the installation. A standard window replacement can cost anywhere from $300 to $1,500 per window.

What are the most energy-efficient window materials?

Energy-efficient windows are typically made from materials such as fiberglass or vinyl. These materials are known for their insulating properties and ability to keep heat inside the home during the winter and outside during the summer.

How do I know if my windows need to be replaced?

Signs that your windows may need to be replaced include drafts, difficulty opening or closing the window, condensation between the panes of glass, and visible damage to the frame or glass.

Will window replacement increase my home's value?

Yes, window replacement can increase the value of your home by improving its energy efficiency and overall appearance. According to the National Association of Realtors, homeowners can expect to recoup between 70-80% of the cost of new windows upon selling the home.