Door Replacement Job

Door replacement job

Job Sept. 2021

Pella vinyl replacement job

Job Refinish Nov 2021

Another make over done by Deluxe Windows. Call us at (732)972-1140 to get free estimate

Job Dec 15th 2021

Another perfect job by Deluxe Windows

The Latest in Popular Door Styles and Designs

The doors everyone is talking and dreaming about.

While many of us replace entry doors for cosmetic reasons, door replacement is one of the top 10 remodeling projects when it comes to ROI and increasing home value. Choosing a stylish entry door that will remain beautiful and on-trend for years to come offers even more added benefits.

So, what are the latest and greatest door styles to enhance curb appeal and resale value? To help you choose the new door style that’s best for you, read below for a guide to the hottest designs.

Front Door Styles
When it comes to choosing the perfect pick for your entry door, there are many features and options to consider. Materials like fiberglass, steel and wood offer different advantages, and our AdvantagePlus Protective Frame System works hard to retain the beauty of all materials while protecting against rot, drafts and leaks.

From an aesthetic standpoint, there are more than 30 finishes and colors to choose from, along with exclusive, hand-assembled decorative glass patterns. Once you have your finish, color and glass picked out, you can then choose from a variety of sidelight and transom styles, which can increase your curb appeal and the amount of natural light that floods your entryway.

To create a divided light effect, you can also add grilles between or to the interior and exterior of the glass. Other accessories include a dentil shelf, typically used on Craftsman doors, and clavos and hinge straps, which create an old-world, Mediterranean style.

Modern Door Styles
If you’ve driven around a new construction neighborhood recently, you may have noticed the mid-century modern look is popular right now in new home designs and remodels. These doors typically feature a flush door surface with glass panels, which are typically square, rectangle or round.

While modern French doors have been widely used as a patio door option for years, architects are increasingly using double doors to create a similar look on the front exterior of the home.

Contemporary Doors
Similar to modern doors, contemporary front doors feature clean lines, paneling and natural elements. We love the 5-panel, white-stained wood front door pictured above, and how its sleek hardware rounds out its contemporary design.

Colonial Doors
Colonial doors are traditional in nature and often feature symmetrical, columned paneling and glass features. If you want a truly classic colonial look, opt for a black, brown, red, white or blue stain or paint and pair it with white exterior siding. You can learn more about how to create the perfect colonial-style home by reading our tips on styling and maintaining this type of home.

Cottage Doors
Cottage front doors have features similar to the Craftsman style, but are often simpler in nature. While Craftsman doors are usually fashioned with a natural, unstained look in mind, the woodwork of a cottage door is usually painted. Windows and dentil shelves are also a common design element in these doors, as cottage-style homes are known for being quaint, intriguing and welcoming.

Learn more about installing your dream door style today by scheduling a free, in-home consultation with one of our expert door representatives.


Home Replacement Window Costs: Manalapan, NJ


Home Replacement Window Costs, Manalapan, NJ
Energy Efficient Replacement Windows

Home Replacement Window Costs: Manalapan, NJ 
Tips for choosing the best windows for your home at the best price.

Replacement windows can cost a lot. Depending on many factors, such as size, glass type & installation method.

All-new vinyl windows for an average house run about $19,000, according to the “Remodeling Impact Report” from the National Association of REALTORS®.

However that doesn’t mean the costs can’t make sense for you. For starters, window replacement is one of the best home remodeling projects in terms of return on investment: Even an average-quality vinyl window, can recoup 80% of the project cost in added home value.

Still, think long and hard before committing to new windows.

If you decide your windows definitely need replacing, here are some facts to help you spend your dollars wisely.

The Cost and ROI of Replacement Windows in Monmouth County, NJ

The range for energy-efficient window pricing is wide, but Energy Star-qualified windows start around $190 for a double-hung window and can go up to 8 times that. With labor, you’re looking at approximately $390 to $800+ per window. Typically, windows at the low end of the price spectrum are less energy efficient.

You’re also likely to see modest savings on your energy bill. In general, you’ll save up to 15% a year on your energy bill if older double-pane windows in an average sized house that are replaced with energy-efficient windows with low-E coatings, according to the Efficient Windows Collaborative, a coalition of government agencies, research organizations, and manufacturers that promotes efficient window technology.

Keep in mind, though, that the savings can vary widely by climate, local energy costs, and the energy efficiency of both the windows purchased and the windows being replaced. Finally, you may qualify for ZERO-interest payments or other incentives offered by your local Deluxe Windows that can sweeten the deal.

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5 simple steps to smart window and door shopping.

Whether you’re looking for replacement windows or doors, remodeling a room, or building your dream home from the ground up, here are 5 steps to help guide you toward the best choice for your home projects:

  1. Gather inspiration. Visit sites like Houzz and Pinterest for photos, ideas and tips that can help inspire your next great space.
  2. Do your research. Stop by our Deluxe Windows Show Room store located at 450 Union Hill Rd Morganville, NJ 07751, to see the different window styles and door styles up close.
  3. Set a budget. Home projects are an investment. Prioritizing the features and options that matter most to you can help narrow your search for the windows and doors that suit your budget.
  4. Work with an expert. Regardless of whether you’ll do the job on your own, it helps to talk with one of our home improvement experts, Deluxe Windows is an  independent installer.
  5. Enjoy the view. New windows and doors are one of the smartest investments you can make in your home. So stop and appreciate the new views, energy efficiency and comforts they bring.

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Lower temps at a lower price: How to improve the energy-efficiency of your home today

Bring your windows into focus:

The role your windows have in dictating the temperature in your home can be considerable. Older windows allow cool air to escape outside and that makes your air conditioner work harder to control the interior temperature. Replacing them eliminates this problem and sets you up to more easily retain heat during the winter. This helps keep the temperature of your home cooler and reduces stress on your HVAC unit.

Are your doors helping to cool the neighborhood:

Your home isn’t brand new, the cold air inside it is probably seeping out into the neighborhood through worn door seals.

To see how well your home is holding in the cold, sign up for a home energy audit with Deluxe Windows will check your home for leaks and recommend the best way to make your home more energy efficient.

Deluxe Windows offers brands like Pella Windows, Silverline By Anderson, Fleetwood, Marvin and much more at great prices.



Get Energy-Efficient Windows and Doors

If your home currently has clear, single-pane, or old windows and doors, it may cost more to heat your home in winter and cool it during the summer. Replace these old windows with energy-efficient double-pane glass units with insulation, or install a fiberglass door for year-round.

Signs of Leaky, Drafty Windows

In many cases, the best way to deal with draft windows is to replace them. Below are some of the most typical signs of windows that are beyond repair.

  • Excessive draftiness: When closed, your windows shouldn’t let so much air in that it’s noticeable. Many people simply add more sealant or weatherstripping, but noticeable drafts signify a serious leak.
  • Condensation: If there’s condensation built up in double- or triple-pane windows, it may be worthwhile to replace the entire unit due to seal degradation.
  • Broken windows: This sign is one of the most obvious. If your home’s windows are visibly cracked, broken, or difficult to close and open, you should consider a full replacement.
  • Excessive noise: If the windows are allowing in too much noise, they may be outdated and in need of replacement. New, more energy-efficient windows keep out cold air and heat, and they’re also meant to keep noise out. If your home’s occupants can hear foot traffic and conversations outside the walls, it may be time to upgrade your home’s windows.
  • A rising energy bill: How high was last year’s energy bill? If they seemed out of the norm, it may be because the windows need replacing. Most windows last between 20 and 40 years, and if yours are past that age or getting close, it may make financial sense to replace them.

Do a Smoke Test

An easy way to find a draft in a door or window is to perform a smoke test. This simple step determines which areas of your home may need attention because of tiny air leaks. To do the smoke test, shut all the doors and windows in your home and turn off gas appliances. Turn on kitchen and bathroom ventilation systems to create negative pressure inside the home. Light an incense stick and put it near a door or window to determine which areas are drafty.

Hiring the Right Window Contractor

When you follow these tips for seasonal preparation for windows and doors and you determine that it’s time for an upgrade, you’ll want to call a professional to install your replacement windows. You may be tempted to install new windows yourself, but after over 16 years of installing windows in New Jersey And New York, we know that good window and doors products and proper installation are crucial to getting the most durability and energy efficiency during both the hot and cold extremes we can experience here in New Jersey And New York.


Signs that your windows need to be replaced, Part 3

Welcome to Part 3 on our series on “Signs that your windows need to be replaced”

Your house may not be able to talk to you, but nevertheless, it gives you signs when something’s not right. A home’s windows are particularly communicative. Although they don’t last forever, high-quality, well-maintained windows could last for 20 years or more, but there are many factors at play. (Windows in a coastal city like Charleston, SC, might age faster than they would in Los Angeles, CA, for example.) If your windows are more than a few decades old, listen carefully to what they’re telling you, so you’ll know when they need to be replaced.

Your home needs a makeover

Windows are one of the most prominent features of a home, and if they look worn, your house will too. Look to see whether the color is fading or the window material is warping, or whether old screens or storm windows detract from the curb appeal of your home. “Architects and builders know that good design is critical for the longevity of a structure. Design considerations are a close second to quality when selecting new windows, and the overall vision or design theme of a home or space should be a driving force in the window selection process,” he adds.

While you’re upgrading your home’s appearance, you might also wish to change the type of window from a fixed sash to a window that opens. This way, “you can create a more comfortable interior and improve airflow through your home. Another option? Install larger windows to increase a room’s natural light, which has aesthetic and health benefits: According to the Lighting Research Center, daylit environments increase productivity and comfort, plus help regulate your circadian rhythms for better general wellness.