These homeowners were looking for the best windows to install in their dream home. Some focused on energy efficiency, others wanted a quieter house — all desired a beautiful looking home with windows that suited the appropriate architectural style. Milgard offered the right product choice and helped create their window project with a unique look and feel each homeowner desired. Browse through Milgard’s window before and after case studies and find a window style that will fit your home.
In the process of a major historic renovation, the Semiahmoo Resort is committed to preserving its aesthetics while upgrading performance features.
Over the course of 5 years, this Califiornia stucco home received a complete three story renovation.
Old wood windows were hard to open in this Brownstone home. Within three days, the homeowners enjoyed new windows for improved performance.
The homeowner’s main vision was to enlighten the area by tearing down walls and allowing light to travel freely throughout the house.
A major addition and remodel transformed this 50-year old school house.
An interior decorator by trade, this waterfront townhome's owner shopped around for the best windows and doors to update her historic home.
New windows helped this ranch-style home win the 2008 Grand County Parade of Homes Best Builder/Construction award.
A family home underwent major transformation for curb appeal and increased house value.
Owners of this Palm Springs pool home replaced old windows and doors to reduce solar heat gain and increase comfort.
The homeowners designed their new beachfront home around Milgard windows to emphasize the view.
The homeowner looked for new windows to match the existing look of her home without the maintenance of wood frames.
With the kids grown and out of the house, the parents decided it was time for an overdue home improvement project.
New windows resulted in better sound protection from a teenager's garage band across the street.
The architect and builder envisioned taking the design of this extensive remodel to a more classic modern place.
New Milgard windows complement modern design elements within the European-style gallery kitchen, open space plan and tiled entry atrium.
This historic home, built in 1908, is now one of the oldest residences in Tucson and in need of preservation.
In the center courtyard grows a live oak tree and each interior space has a unique relationship to this central element.