Custom Solutions

Kevin McLaughlin Windows and Doors provide a range of products and services. In addition to manufacturing custom wood windows and doors, we also install a selection of top quality vinyl and clad windows from well-known national brands such as Marvin Windows. Every installation begins with a free consultation. We come out to your home and perform all the necessary measurements. At the same time, we also check for evidence of water damage etc. A few days later you will receive a detailed written estimate of the costs involved. We normally recommend a custom wooden solution but if the homeowner prefers a vinyl or clad product we offer a choice of top quality products from Marvin Windows. Although vinyl replacement windows are becoming more common, wood is still the most popular choice for replacement windows and at Kevin McLaughlin Windows and Doors we pride ourselves on the quality of our wood products. Replacement windows come in many styles - rounded bay windows, double hung, casement etc. Our experienced professionals have installed them all!

For each installation, we typically perform the following tasks:

Prepare the work area – drop cloth, etc.

Remove the old window or door

Inspect for rot or damage

Prepare and clean the opening

Dispose of the old window and door

Install the new window

Insulate and seal the window or door

Apply all trim

Clean and wash area

Upon completion, a thorough cleanup and walk-through are conducted.

Experience and Professionalism

We take great pride in the quality of our work. Each member of the installation team is an experienced professional. All measurements are checked and re-checked. All custom windows and doors are crafted in a state-of-the-art workshop, using top quality Douglas Fir. They are then primed and, if requested, painted. I personally supervise every installation. The end result is a professional job – from start to finish.

Energy Savers

Windows are typically net energy losers, and can be responsible for 25 to 50 percent of the energy used to heat and cool homes. However, improved windows, combined with proper consideration of their placement and other details, can result in windows that provide a net energy gain”.