Here at Jones Paint & Glass, we take a lot of pride in our work. We are meticulous when it comes to our windows, and we thought this summer would be a fun time to show off some of our work!

you probably already know the benefits of replacing windows from an energy conservation standpoint. If you haven’t checked out our blog on the cost-value of replacing your windows yet, then here’s the rundown:  on average, about 75% of the cost of new windows is recuperated in added home value and energy savings within the first year. Most people experience $110-465 annually off of their energy bills — especially if you’re going from single-pane windows to double-pane, which means

Added home value and long-term energy savings are all well and good, but what about for those of us who enjoy instant gratification?

How about the visual difference these beautiful replacement windows make? This is a before and after shot of old, run-down windows being replaced with our gorgeous vinyl Sentry Series windows. These vinyl windows offer a gorgeous look at an affordable price, while great energy efficiency, air/water seal, durability, security, and carefree maintenance.

Jones Paint and Glass Window Replacement Before and After

Here’s another example of a window that as replaced by our beautiful Sentry Series vinyl windows:

Before and After Window Replacement | Jones Paint and Glass

Our Millennial Series vinyl windows are touted for being extremely high quality vinyl windows at a reasonable price. It boasts dual weatherstripping, double-strength glass with 1″ pane spacing, and all the technical specs available for top-quality energy efficiency, durability, and longevity. But even better, the design options are limitless.

Window Replacement | Jones Paint and Glass

Jones Paint and Glass Window Replacement

We love our job and knowing we’re helping to give homes a fresh, clean look while helping to improve the quality of a home with energy efficiency, improved air/water seals, enhanced security, and durability.

If you have some before and after pictures you’d like to share with us, please post them to our Facebook wall!