New and Replacement Windows and Doors
Kerrville, Fredericksburg and Surrounding Areas
Our quality installation depends upon professional planning and measuring prior to ordering your custom windows. The type of construction and style of your home, paired with your choice of window type, must be considered when measuring for windows and planning for the installation.
The possibilities of window configurations and styles are infinite. When measuring your home, we will guide you through the many choices to help determine which will best fit the style of your home.
Most of our window products carry a lifetime warranty to the original purchaser.
What Can I Expect from Hill Country Windows and Doors?
Our customers can expect a professional to come to their home for a free consultation. We will measure and prepare a detailed proposal.
Upon approval of the written estimate, windows and doors will be ordered in a timely manner with a projected date of delivery.
Installation is usually scheduled to start within two days of receipt of your order at our warehouse. Installation of windows for the average home (10-12 units) typically takes about two days.
Upon completion we will clean up and haul away all related debris.
All units and screens will be checked for operation and appearance. Corrections will be made immediately.
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Types of New and Replacement Windows
An awning window is appropriate for many architectural styles, and it looks intriguing when grouped with other window types. It is hinged at the top and opens out from the bottom in an upward swing.
A casement window perfectly complements the simplicity of modern design, while also providing maximum ventilation. This type of window is hinged on either side so the sash opens outward, to the right or left, in a swinging motion. We also offer push out casements that operate with unobtrusive friction hinges for a particularly clean look.
Radius and Geometric Window
Radius and geometric windows let you showcase beautiful views and create intriguing arrangements with other window types. A geometric window has a shape with straight edges (e.g., rectangle or octagon), and a radius window has a circular or arched top shape.
Slider windows feature clean lines for a streamlined look. This type of window has one stationary sash and one sash that glides to the right or left horizontally in grooves or tracks.
This type of window is ideal for traditional or Victorian architecture, and increases the sense of openness in any room. A bay window is composed of three or more individual units. The center unit is parallel to the exterior wall with side or flanking units aligned at 30- or 45-degree angles.
This window is best suited to traditional architectural styles. Double-hung windows feature an upper and lower sash that slide vertically past each other in a single frame. In some cases, the sash tilt in for easy cleaning. We also offer a range of double-hung replacement windows, which are perfect for remodeling projects.
A sidelight brings a beautiful radiance to nearly any entry or patio door. It is simply a window installed on one or both sides of the door.
Bring additional visual interest to your home with a transom. This type of window is set above another window or a door. It can be either stationary or operational.
A bow window subtly increases interior spaces by extending outward to create the illusion of a rounded exterior wall. A bow window consists of a series of four or more (commonly five) adjoining window units that are installed on a radius from the wall of the building.
With a garden window, you can add a little greenhouse to any room. This is a projecting, three-sided window that includes one shelf, a glass top and a single-hung window on each side for maximum air circulation.
A single-hung window provides a classic appearance to any home. It features a stationary top sash and a bottom sash that slides vertically. We offer single-hung tilt windows with sash that tilt inside your home, as well as single-hung, side-load windows with removable sash. Both are designed for easy cleaning.
Types of New and Replacement Doors
Interior doors come in a wide range of styles and materials including wood, custom carved, molded and flush.
Exterior doors are wood, fiberglass or steel. The styles are almost infinite.
Sliding Patio Door
This type of door is perfect for nearly any patio or deck. It opens by sliding along horizontal tracks at the head and sill. Sliding patio doors are available in two-, three- and four-panel designs.
Swinging Patio Door
Add an element of drama to your home, on either a small or grand scale, with a swinging patio door. These doors are available with one, two or more panels that swing either out or in on side hinges. This includes French doors, which open in the middle with no center mullion.