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Sound View Window & Door proudly represents a wide selection of replacement windows manufactured here in the Northwest.  All products that we represent have met our standards for quality in manufacturing, construction, durability and energy efficiency.

Replacement Windows Product Lines


Sound View Window & Door proudly offers quality energy efficient replacement windows from the following window manufacturers to homeowners and contractors throughout the greater Seattle and Bellevue areas.


Milgard Windows & Doors


Milgard is one of the largest and fastest growing insulated window and patio door companies in the Seattle replacement window and door market.



Andersen Windows & Doors


Andersen replacement windows come in many styles, and can be used for many different projects from replacing old windows in your home to enclosing a patio.



PlyGem Windows


Ply Gem Windows combines functional beauty with advanced thermal to deliver the ultimate in window systems.


Simonton Windows


Simonton continues to be an industry leader, expanding and optimizing their vinyl product lines and introducing a wide selection of door styles.

Replacement Windows Product Lines

Sound View Window & Door proudly offers quality energy efficient replacement windows from the following window manufacturers to homeowners and contractors throughout the greater Seattle and Bellevue areas.

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    Vinyl Windows

    Durable, inexpensive, and easy to maintain, vinyl window frames are made from extruded and tempered PVC and are available in a broad selection of colors. Most types of vinyl frame are designed with a hollow core to reduce heat loss and condensation. Over time, low-quality vinyl frames may experience air loss. Learn more.

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    Wood Windows

    The traditional material for window construction, wood provides excellent insulation against temperature and condensation while offering classic natural beauty. Wood windows are generally sold unfinished, allowing the purchaser to stain or paint them to taste. Wood frames tend to have a shorter operating life than synthetic materials, and provide limited fire resistance. Learn more.

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    Fiberglass Windows

    Much stronger than wood, but able to be painted, unlike vinyl. Fiberglass offers a blend of natural product appearance and synthetic material durability. More rigid than wood or vinyl, fiberglass frames rarely experience warping or sticking. Many manufacturers have embraced glass recycling techniques in fiberglass production, making it an environmentally responsible option. Learn more.

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    Aluminum

    Lighter, more durable, and easier to handle than wood, aluminum windows are long-lasting and available in a wide variety of colors. Aluminum provides superior weather resistance, but generally requires a layer of vinyl or foam composite to reduce heat loss. Learn more.

Four Signs that it’s Time to Replace Your Windows.

What Do I look for when evaluating my windows?

  • 01 Rotting Wood

    If a screwdriver can sink easily into the wooden frame, then it likely needs replacing. A damp environment like the Seattle region is especially hard on many types of older all-wood or wood-based frames.

  • 02 Energy Efficiency

    Extremely high utility bills? Your windows could be to blame. Windows are thermal holes. An average home may lose 30% of its heat or air-conditioning energy through its windows.

  • 03 Compromised Glass

    Fog or moisture build-up inside the windows glass panels. If the glass shows visible gaps between the pane and the sealant or frame, or if the glass is physically damaged by cracks, chips, or holes, the window is no longer an effective insulator.

  • 04 Broken & Old Windows

    Operating a compromised window may further damage the existing window, as well as create a security hazard for your home. Repairing or restoring old windows is almost always an option, but not always worth the time and expense. Consider replacement.

  • 05 Outdated Style or Function

    Are your old windows troublesome? Consider: Ease of Operation: Do they lift, swing or slide easily? Cleaning: Is cleaning your windows a difficult task? Inability to Sell Home: Are the functionality or style of your windows playing a role?

 

Replacement Windows Products

Sound View Window & Door offers the following replacement windows products and services:

  • vinyl windows
  • wood windows
  • fiberglass windows
  • aluminum windows
  • composite windows
  • aluminum clad windows
  • vinyl clad windows
  • fiberglass clad windows
  • bay windows
  • garden windows
  • bow windows
  • sound proof window products
  • leaded glass windows
  • triple pane windows
  • double hung windows
  • single hung windows
  • awning windows
  • casement windows
  • picture windows
  • sliding windows
Awning windows are hinged on top and open outward, enabling ventilation without letting in rain or falling leaves. Screens are on the inside of the window, where they’re more protected from the elements. Awning windows are often used for basements because they can be placed high on the wall and easily operate with a turn of the handle. They are a great choice to pair with non-operable windows, such as above or below a picture window, since awning windows are generally smaller in size than double hungs, casements or sliders.
A coordinated multi-window installation, usually with a large central picture window and complimenting side lites that may or may not be operational. Bay windows often “bump out” from a room, expanding the floor space and maximizing natural light exposure.
An operable window hinged on either the left or the right, casement style windows open like doors. While some types open inward and others open outward, both provide excellent ventilation.
A popular type of operable window, double-hung windows consist of an outside upper sash that slides vertically down and an inside lower sash that slides up. Often the window will house concealed springs or weights to aid in opening and latching.
Garden windows are shelved, and extend out beyond the wall of the building, creating a miniature greenhouse for plants. This type of window is often found in kitchen spaces.
An extremely popular style of operable window that has one (or more) fixed panes and one (or more) moving panes sliding in a horizontal track.
These are stationary panes of glass set in a frame. Excellent for providing light and views, fixed windows do not open and provide no ventilation. The minimal hardware involved makes picture windows an excellent choice for unusual shapes like trapezoids, half-circles, octagon, etc.
In a radius window, also called an arch window, the bottom half of the window is rectangular while the top is an arch or half-circle. Standard radius shapes include quarter-circles, half-circles, full-circles, ovals and elliptical/eyebrow arches.
Similar to a double-hung window, a single-hung model has only one moving sash, not two. Also known as a vertically sliding window.
Homeowners and Contractors: Looking to purchase replacement windows without installation? Sound View offers expert product sales.

Call us at 206-402-4229 for a free estimate on replacement windows for your home, or fill out the online form above and someone from our company will respond in a timely manner.

Stop by our showroom at 2626 15th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119.

Sound View sells and installs window, door, skylight and railing products throughout Seattle (98102, 98103,98105, 98106, 98108, 98115, 98116, 98117, 98118, 98122, 98125, 98126, 98133, 98134, 98136, 98144, 98146, 98148, 98166, 98198), Madison Park, Capitol Hill, Madrona, Windermere, Crown Hill, Fremont, Phinney Ridge, Lake City, University District, Sunset Hills, Laurelhurst, Broadmoor, Wallingford, Green Lake, West Seattle, Delridge, Alki, North Seattle, Broadview, Bitter Lake, North Beach, Greenwood, Northgate, Pinehurst, Haller Lake, Maple Leaf, Cedar Park, Matthews Beach, Meadowbrook, Wedgwood, View Ridge, Sand Point, Ravenna, Lake Union, Westlake, Eastlake, Fauntleroy, Burien, Belltown, Shoreline (98155), Richmond Beach (98177), Tukwila (98188), Skyway (98178), Ballard (98107), Queen Anne (98109, 98119), Magnolia (98199), Tacoma, Everett (98201, 98203, 98204, 98205, 98206, 98207, 98208), Sammamish (97074, 98075), Medina (98039), Edmonds (98020, 98026), Lynnwood (98036, 98037), Duvall (98019), Carnation (98014), Bothell (98011, 98012, 98021), Woodinville (98072, 98077), Mercer Island (98040), Clyde Hill (98004), Bellevue (98005, 98006, 98007, 98008), Kirkland (98033, 98034), Redmond (98052, 98053), Issaquah (98027, 98029, Renton (98054, 98055, 98056, 98057, 98058, 98059), Kent (98030, 98031, 98032, 98042), Federal Way (98023, 98003) and surrounding neighborhoods and cities of King County, Snohomish County, Washington State.