House of the Month

November House of the Month

This house located in Charlotte, NC was built in 1960. The customer had an original steel sliding glass door that was nearly impossible to operate. The Window Source installed a beautiful bronze exterior, white interior six foot sliding glass door. This customer not only increased the energy efficiency in the room the door was located in, but the functionality is effortless.

October House of the Month

Windows your entire family will love!  This house in Harrisburg, NC was built in the early 1980’s.  This customer replaced all 23 original wood windows with upgraded energy efficient windows from The Window Source.  One of the many things this customer did that we loved, was remove a twin Double hung unit from their back porch, and had an oversized picture window installed.  What beautiful windows, with an incredible view!

September House of the Month

This house located in Charlotte, NC was built in 1960. The customer had an original steel sliding glass door that was nearly impossible to operate. The Window Source installed a beautiful bronze exterior, white interior six foot sliding glass door. This customer not only increased the energy efficiency in the room the door was located in, but the functionality is effortless.

August House of the Month

Windows your entire family will love!  This house in Harrisburg, NC was built in the early 1980’s.  This customer replaced all 23 original wood windows with upgraded energy efficient windows from The Window Source.  One of the many things this customer did that we loved, was remove a twin Double hung unit from their back porch, and had an oversized picture window installed.  What beautiful windows, with an incredible view!

July House of the Month

This house located in Rock Hill, SC was built in the early 1980’s. This home had 11 double hung and 2 fixed picture original wood windows. The Window Source replaced all the windows with energy star rated products. This customer felt like privacy was an issue at their front entrance so they had an obscure fixed picture window installed next to the front door. This allows all the natural light to enter the home with a great deal of privacy added.

June House of the Month

Built in 1962, this charming cottage located in Spartanburg, South Carolina was in need of a revamp. The Window Source updated all 21 windows with contemporary, energy-efficient replacements. The customer elected to cap all the window exteriors in black and remove grids from her new windows for maximum light exposure. This bold look provides restoration and rejuvenation to the entire home.

May House of the Month

This house is located in Huntersville, NC and was built in 1999.  It had original builder grade single hung windows with grids.  This customer wanted to update their house with more natural light,  so they installed oversized twin double-hung windows in the front of the house where there were triple single-hung windows.  They also made their garden master bath picture window a functional 2 lite slider.  They have already felt a huge difference in the comfort of their home.

April House of the Month

This home in Huntersville, NC was built in the mid-’90s with all-wood windows. We replaced 36 windows for these homeowners as well as the front door. The customer chose windows without grids for an optimal view of the outdoors and also utilized obscured glass in the master bathroom to maximize light while maintaining privacy.

March House of the Month

This home was built in the ’90s with original wood windows and grids. The customer replaced all 34 windows with exterior bronze, interior white finished windows to update the look of the home and increase energy efficiency. Window Source also converted the old, bulky cathedral windows into an oversized picture window mulled to a round top. This simplified the look of the windows and gave the home a more modern feel.

February House of The Month

This home was built in 1964 with wooden windows. After decades of wear and deterioration, the homeowners decided it was time for an upgrade. Window Source replaced all 18 windows with bronze exterior casement windows. They also removed an outdated door, reframed the area, and installed a 2-lite slider window in its place. These upgrades give the homeowners new, smooth opening windows, while improving the homes curbside appeal, and it’s energy efficiency.

January House of the Month

This home in Charlotte, NC was built in 1955, and still had its original steel windows. Window Source replaced 16 with the 6000 Series energy efficient windows, along with 2 lite sliders on the front of the house with grids. The new windows on the rear of the home were installed without grids, so the homeowners have an unobstructed view of their backyard.