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Peoria Siding & Windows Installs Preservation Replacement Windows for Central IL Homeowners

Are there windows in your home that no longer function? Are the frames warped or cracked from years of exposure to the elements? If so, you may be thinking about having replacement windows installed. As far as home improvement projects go, window replacement is a wise investment, particularly when you partner with Peoria Siding & Windows for the job. Why? Because this reputable window company, which has served Champaign and other areas of Central Illinois since 1976, offers Preservation Windows, some of the best-performing replacement windows in the industry.

New Windows That Are Worth Your Investment

What makes Preservation Windows so great? Consider that these central Illinois replacement windows are built with durable vinyl frames that are reinforced with fusion-welded fiberglass sashes. This design ensures your new windows will last long into the future while resisting wear-and-tear damage. Plus, with optional insulated glass packages, your new Preservation Windows from Peoria Siding & Windows can help improve the energy efficiency of your home, which may even lead to lower monthly energy costs.

Designing Your Replacement Windows

There are numerous ways that Peoria Siding & Windows can customize your new windows to fit your home and lifestyle. For instance, there are different styles available, including double-hung, casement, awning, bay and bow, and garden, as well as a wide range of colors, hardware options, and accents. You will love the way your new windows look and function!

Get Started Today

Preservation Windows deliver timeless beauty, easy operations, and impressive thermal performance—assuming they’re installed correctly. We’re proud to say that Peoria Siding & Windows meets our high standards of craftsmanship when installing our replacement windows, so we encourage you to make the right choice by contacting them today. Peoria Siding & Windows serves homeowners throughout Central Illinois.