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Milwaukee's Top-Rated Replacement Window Company

Quality windows installed and backed by a quality window company

Curb Appeal That Your Home Deserves

Replacement Windows

When it’s time to replace your windows there’s no one better in the industry than Absolute Home Improvements. Since 2005, we have been helping homeowners with their window replacement needs and we offer our services in Southeast Wisconsin. We offer window services for replacement windows, new construction windows, and even window repairs. There are also many window brands, different types of windows, and different window frames to consider when replacing your windows. So, when you’re looking to replace your old and outdated windows because they are unsightly, drafty, icing over, leaking, warping, or you just want to increase the energy efficiency of your home, the AHI team can walk you through the process, so you know you’re making a sound decision.

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A Milwaukee window Contractor that Believes in Recycling

Absolute Home Improvements Inc. prides itself on going green, by recycling all the items that are removed from your home, that are available for recycling. Most Milwaukee contractors do not match our recycling program. Due to the decreasing landfill space, prices are getting higher to dump so it is more cost-effective to recycle rather than dumping into a landfill. It’s a win; win for everyone so why not recycle?

We Install A Wide Range Of WIndows

Window Types

There are many factors to consider when choosing the right window type for your home and we are here to guide you through the process. So, you will understand the benefits of each window type while maintaining the curb appeal of your home. Double-hung windows, single-hung windows, slider windows, casement windows, and picture windows are the most common window types. Bow & bay windows are your statement windows and expand the openness of any room. Garden windows are a great option by your kitchen sink. Shaped and architectural windows give your home the elegant look and let in a ton of light. Awning windows are hinged on the top part of the windows and open to the outside of the home, while hopper windows are hinged on the bottom part of the window and open to the inside of the home. Glass block windows serve a few purposes and make great garage windows, shower windows, and basement windows by offering great security and privacy.

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Window Services

At Absolute Home Improvements we specialize in many window company services and offer these services all over Southeast Wisconsin. Whether you’re in the market for complete window replacement, you have a new construction window project, or you just need a simple window repair the AHI team is here to help!

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Quality WIndow Brands We Stand Behind

Window Brands

We do the research into the window brands we choose to sell and install. We make sure the window brands are held to the highest standards to insure you receive a quality replacement window project.

Alside is a leading window manufacturer when it comes to vinyl windows. They carry a wide range of styles and colors and are backed by lifetime warranties.

Anderson windows offer an extensive line of windows ranging from wood, vinyl, composite, aluminum, and fiberglass windows and are backed with lifetime warranties.

Norandex offers some great vinyl replacement window options, and they are back with lifetime warranties.

Plygem offers vinyl replacement windows, and they are back with lifetime warranties

We Offer Different Window Frame Types

Window Frames

Window frames now come in many different material types. Vinyl windows are the most used replacement window due to their low cost and efficiency rating. Wood windows keep the classic look of your home. Composite windows are the newcomer to the game and are a durable option. Fiberglass windows cost more than vinyl but are more efficient. Aluminum windows offer a clean look and are known for their strength and durability

We are an Energy Star Milwaukee window Contractor

Absolute Home Improvements is an Energy Star Milwaukee contractor. When combined with the best manufacturers you’re sure to see a return on your investment. It’s estimated that 43% of your home’s energy usage is for space heating and cooling. Combined, it is by far, the largest expense on your energy bill. Depending on the age and condition of the on your home, an upgrade to the current energy savings design, in can save you significantly for years to come.

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Hiring a Milwaukee window Contractor?

Protect yourself and ask the right questions

  1. Are they a fully licensed Milwaukee contractor with the state Wisconsin? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor is licensed with the state of Wisconsin verifies to you that they have completed all the continuing education required by the state enabling them to pull the proper permits for your project.
  2. Does the Milwaukee contractor carry at least a one-million-dollar liability insurance policy? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor carries a liability insurance policy protects your home, your belongings, and anyone not employed by the Milwaukee contractor from injury in the event of any accident that may occur on your project.
  3. Does the Milwaukee contractor carry a workman’s compensation policy? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor has a workman’s compensation policy protects you from an employee of the Milwaukee contractor from suing you or your homeowner’s insurance in the event of a worker’s injury that occurred on your property.
  4. Does the Milwaukee contractor offer a workmanship warranty? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor offers a workmanship warranty protects you in the event of any installation errors that may occur on your project.  The Milwaukee contractor workmanship warranties vary in lifespan from anything from one month to a lifetime workmanship warranty. 
  5. Does the Milwaukee contractor install the materials according to the manufacture’s specifications? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor installs materials according to the manufactures specifications protects your manufacturer’s warranty from being null and void.
  6. Does the Milwaukee contractor provide lien waivers on completion? Making sure your Milwaukee contractor provides you with lien waivers on completion protects you in the event the Milwaukee contractor does not pay their bills for materials, or any third-party services used on your project from putting a lien on your home.
  7. Does the Milwaukee contractor provide you with customer testimonials, third-party reviews, references, and job photos? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor provides you with customer testimonials, third party reviews as in Facebook or Google, individual references from previous customers, and project photos insurers you’re dealing with a reputable Milwaukee contractor.
  8. Does the Milwaukee contractor provide you with a detailed written estimate? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor provides you with the detail written estimate ensures you understand what contractor services you are getting, the materials that will be used on your project, the estimated project cost, and the timeframe needed to complete your project.

Hiring a Milwaukee window Contractor?

Protect yourself and ask the right questions

  1. Are they a fully licensed Milwaukee contractor with the state Wisconsin? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor is licensed with the state of Wisconsin verifies to you that they have completed all the continuing education required by the state enabling them to pull the proper permits for your project.
  2. Does the Milwaukee contractor carry at least a one-million-dollar liability insurance policy? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor carries a liability insurance policy protects your home, your belongings, and anyone not employed by the Milwaukee contractor from injury in the event of any accident that may occur on your project.
  3. Does the Milwaukee contractor carry a workman’s compensation policy? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor has a workman’s compensation policy protects you from an employee of the Milwaukee contractor from suing you or your homeowner’s insurance in the event of a worker’s injury that occurred on your property.
  4. Does the Milwaukee contractor offer a workmanship warranty? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor offers a workmanship warranty protects you in the event of any installation errors that may occur on your project.  The Milwaukee contractor workmanship warranties vary in lifespan from anything from one month to a lifetime workmanship warranty. 
  5. Does the Milwaukee contractor install the materials according to the manufacture’s specifications? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor installs materials according to the manufactures specifications protects your manufacturer’s warranty from being null and void.
  6. Does the Milwaukee contractor provide lien waivers on completion? Making sure your Milwaukee contractor provides you with lien waivers on completion protects you in the event the Milwaukee contractor does not pay their bills for materials, or any third-party services used on your project from putting a lien on your home.
  7. Does the Milwaukee contractor provide you with customer testimonials, third-party reviews, references, and job photos? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor provides you with customer testimonials, third party reviews as in Facebook or Google, individual references from previous customers, and project photos insurers you’re dealing with a reputable Milwaukee contractor.
  8. Does the Milwaukee contractor provide you with a detailed written estimate? Making sure the Milwaukee contractor provides you with the detail written estimate ensures you understand what contractor services you are getting, the materials that will be used on your project, the estimated project cost, and the timeframe needed to complete your project.