We are proud to present our custom home window replacements in Houston and surrounding areas!
By professionally installing window replacements that are energy-efficient, Four.M Solutions can ease comfort in your home while significantly reducing your energy bill at the same time. Our specially engineered Houston window replacements are built for easy operation and thermal efficiency. Moreover, to suit an array of taste and preference, our windows are available in wide variety of styles. Styles that bring exquisite beauty to your home.
Our Line of Windows: The Texan Series
As exclusive manufacturers of the Texan Series line of windows, we stand out from the rest. Our top-of-the-line, American-made windows are safe for the environment. To save money on energy, our window’s virgin vinyl material is manufactured for optimal thermal performance and energy efficiency. Available in four colors: beige, white, bronze, and clay. The Texan Series windows are a smart investment in both beauty and utility. You will find that most homes nowadays are constructed with low-cost, builder-grade windows. Although they save construction cost, they have bad thermal performance. At Four.M Solutions we install energy-efficient windows with maximum energy capabilities. We provide windows that can last through a tough range of temperature and weather conditions.
In every quality Houston replacement window, you will find these smart features:
Maximum Efficiency: Our windows are energy-performance engineered. With a superior combination of high-tech materials manufactured with modern techniques, your home is guaranteed to remain cooler in summertime and warmer in winter.
Low maintenance:Made from long-lasting materials that stand the test of time, our windows require little or no maintenance. Strength, shape, and color can be retained by our window materials—never needing to paint or scrape.
Insulated frame:At Four.M solutions we don’t just provide energy-efficient replacement windows; our windows are installed with low-conductivity, high-strength frame and sash assembly. By using weather-tight materials, they are made to keep the warmth in your home.
Low-E glass:Our windowpanes are made with Low-E glass—a highly efficient glass that is filled with an inert gas mixture specially formulated to stop heat loss through the window.
Tilt-in sash:For easy inside and out cleaning, our windows are built with a tilting sash.
Curb appeal:Our stylish glass area is expansive in size. With its gorgeously finished frame, you home will get a new aesthetic feel.
Save Hundreds of Dollars Annually with Window Replacements by FourM Solutions
You could literally just be throwing money out the window. Your single-paned, old, or drafty windows can be just the reason. By running a heating system or air conditioner, your energy bill could just be racking up because of your windows. As estimated by the U.S. Department of Energy, between $126 to $465 can be saved just by replacing your single-paned, old, or drafty windows with EnergyStar-rated replacement windows. Even if you claim your windows are double-paned vinyl models without the EnergyStar certification, you could save between $27 and $111. How? By replacing them with new models that are energy efficient, of course.
How to Choose Energy-Efficient Window Replacements
It is no small feat for a window to be certified by Energy Star. Certified products, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, contribute to a measurable, verifiable, and significant energy savings. Even though windows with an Energy Star rating may cost more than their un-certified windows, you are bound to get value on your investment within a short time frame. To indicate how efficient windows are in keeping homes cool in summer and warm in winter. The National Fenestration Rating Council (an energy efficiency verification and testing organization of windows and doors) uses several numbers. Air Leakage (AL) is a term that indicates the amount of cold or hot air that escapes through windows that are closed. To indicate how much heat is gained through the window during summer and lost during winter, the U-factor is used. While the Solar Heat Gain Co-efficient (SHGC) shows how much solar warmth the windows can absorb. The minimum Air Leakage (AL), U-factor, and SHGC numbers that meet the Energy Star rating have been outlined by the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency. For residents of the Southern climate zone, when picking your windows, look for windows that have: