When it comes to basement windows, we can help you install waterproof windows that save you money.
There is nothing like natural light to add cheer to a dark basement, whether it’s a finished family room or a utility space. However, windows often are the biggest source of unwanted moisture and leaks and should be one of your first areas of concern when you consider basement waterproofing.
If your basement windows are ugly, rusting, warped, or rotting then they clearly aren’t doing their job. When you have leaky basement windows, they cost you money. Not only do they waste energy, but they also impact the value of your home.
Ohio Basement Systems are experts in basement window repair and replacement. We serve Greater Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown, and all of Northern Ohio with reliable window upgrades and replacements, and we will gladly come to your home for a free, no-obligation basement window quote.
Contact the basement waterproofing experts at Ohio Basement Systems today (330)269-9990 or email to learn more about basement window replacements and to schedule a free inspection.
When it comes to basement windows, we have seen them all. After more than 20 years of experience in basement waterproofing and window replacement, we know what types of windows will keep your basement dry and energy-efficient and which types of windows just do not work.
If you have any of these types of basement windows you should consider replacing them:
One of the most common types of windows are single-pane, steel casement windows with a steel sash frame that pivots outward to open. Part of the reason these basement windows are so common is they are inexpensive, so they not designed for dry, energy-efficient performance.
Here are just a few of the disadvantages of steel windows:
Wood-framed windows are a step up in terms of energy efficiency since they often use double-paned glass. Some wood-framed windows even have a movable sash that can be opened. However, wood-framed windows are still fraught with problems.
Here are just a few of the disadvantages of wood-framed windows:
Old-fashioned basement wells are still around, and they can be some of the worst offenders when it comes to energy efficiency and maintaining a waterproof basement. The window wells are typically made of steel or aluminum and are installed as a half-oval that protects the basement window, but they also serve as traps for debris.
Here are just some disadvantages of old-fashioned basement window wells:
If your waterproofed basement will include bedroom or sleeping space, the building code requires a larger “egress” basement window to provide an emergency exit. Some homeowners elect to install this larger window just for the additional natural light it provides.
We can enlarge an existing basement window opening or cut a new opening for an egress window. We’ll also install our specially designed egress window well, featuring built-in steps and corrosion-proof composite construction.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, consumers can cut their energy bills by 30-40% simply by sealing their windows. Chances are that when it comes to energy efficiency your basement windows are the worst offenders. What wastes more energy and introduces more moisture and corrosive elements than outdated, corroded basement windows?
It’s time to stop wasting energy and stop moisture, mold, and pests from infesting your basement.
Ohio Basement Systems is committed to helping you save energy and save money with the industry’s best basement windows and window wells. Your home is a big investment, and we can help you protect that investment with lasting window solutions that feature:
Ohio Basement Systems only installs name-brand windows that are proven to be energy efficient and deliver lasting, maintenance-free service. And both our windows and our work are warrantied!
Over the past two decades, Ohio Basement Systems products have been used in hundreds of thousands of basements across Northern Ohio. Our award-winning basement window solutions continue to prove their value to satisfied homeowners, both for their beauty and their efficiency.
If you want to add greater comfort to your finished basement, or simply want to save money and preserve the value of your home, contact us today to schedule free, no-obligation basement windows upgrade quote.