This is a perfect window to maximize the amount of sunlight coming into the dark basement. This photo is from a home in Niantic.
A SunHouse window well enclosure would keep all water away from this Hebron, CT basement window and dramatically brighten the room.
Old window frames like this one are often made of wood or metal, meaning that they are prone to rot or rust. Our EverLast basement windows are made of vinyl and immune to water damage!
Old window wells like this are rusty, dirty, and can collect debris like leaves and sticks. All this makes for a dark and grimy view from the basement. Our SunHouse window well features a sturdy, clear cover that fits nicely and a bottom that prevents weed growth as well as keeps leaves, debris, and rain out. The light-colored curved bottom of the SunHouse window enclosure, enhances the sunlight entering the basement.
Old basement windows, like the one in this Pawcatuck, CT home, often allow water to enter the basement. They are leaky around the edges, and the metal or wood frames rust or rot. We recommend installing our EverLast basement windows to replace these old ones. Our windows have a vinyl frame, and while installing the new window does not guarantee water will not enter the basement, they are much more energy efficient. The low-E glass keeps cold air out in the winter and hot air out in the summer so the home's energy efficiency is drastically improved.
Window wells without covers, like this one, let in leaves and debris, and rain and gutter overflow water get in. The dirt bottom allows weeds to grow and mud to splash up onto your windows. All this makes for a pretty lousy view from inside the basement - the space you want to improve. Our light-colored SunHouse window well features a sturdy, clear cover that fits nicely and a bottom that prevents weed growth as well as keeps leaves, debris, and rain out.
Old basement windows are prone to leaks and rust or rot. Our EverLast Basement Windows are corrosion proof and maintenance free, and would make a great improvement in this home.
The basement of this Cornwall, CT home had an old steel framed window. These old windows are often leaky and very inefficient. They allow cold air to enter the home in the winter and hot, humid air to enter in the summer. We recommend replacing these old windows with our EverLast Basement Windows. They are vinyl-framed and made with double-paned, low-E glass. This makes them much more energy efficient, saving the homeowners money in heating and cooling bills.
This Cornwall, CT basement had a window with a very rusted frame. It was highly energy inefficient, not to mention unsightly. We recommend replacing these old windows with our EverLast Basement Windows. They have vinyl frames that will never rust, and they are made with double-paned, low-E glass. This makes them highly energy efficient to save money for the homeowners.
The basement of this Fishers Island, NY home has an old window. These wood or steel framed window are often plagued by rot or rust respectively, causing leaks through which water can enter. Their inefficient glass panels also cost the homeowners lots of much in energy bills. We recommend installing our EverLast Basement Windows. Their vinyl frames are specifically designed for the basement environment, and their double paned low-E glass are highly energy efficient, saving the homeowners money and headaches.
The old windows in this East Berlin, CT basement were leaky and highly inefficient. Their wooden frames are prone to rot in the damp environment, and the thin glass lets cold air in the winter and hot air in in the summer. We replaced them with our EverLast Basement Windows. They have a vinyl frame that will never rot or rust, and the double paneled low-E glass is highly energy efficient. Our windows allow homeowners to take advantage of natural lighting, while not compromising the energy efficiency of their home.
The window well of this Broad Brook, CT basement had no cover, allowing debris to enter and block the light that would brighten the basement. We replaced it with our SunHouse Basement Window Enclousure. This bright white window well reflects much more light into the basement, and the clear plastic cover keeps debris out while providing a shield from cold winter winds. It can significantly brighten the interior of a basement, improving the overall visual appeal and comfort level.
The basement window of this East Hartland, CT home had a highly rusted frame. This makes it prone to leaks, allowing water and outside air to enter. We replaced it with our EverLast Basement Window. Its vinyl frame will never rot or rust, and the double paneled, low-E glass makes it highly energy efficient. It will save the homeowners lots of money in energy bills for years to come!
The basement of this Windsor Locks, CT home had old, metal framed windows that were doing nothing for the overall visual appeal of the area. The single paneled glass and rusted frames were also highly inefficient and wasting lots of energy. We replaced them with our EverLast Basement Windows. These have a vinyl frame that will never rust or rot, and the double-paned low-E glass is very energy efficient.
The old basement window in this Hanover, CT home was not helping the visual appeal of the area. Its rusted steel frame was prone to to leaking, and the single paneled glass is highly inefficient. We replaced it with our EverLast Basement Window. The new window has vinyl framing that will rot or rust and double-paneled low-E glass, making it much more energy efficient. It will brighten the basement room and save the homeowners money in the years to come.
The old basement window of this Willington, CT home had a rusting metal frame. It was leaky and highly energy inefficient, allowing warm air to enter in the summer and cold air to enter in the winter. We replaced it with our EverLast Basement Window. Its vinyl frame will never rot or rust, and the double paned low-E glass greatly improves the basement's energy efficiency.
EverLast Basement Windows are energy-efficient, vinyl-framed replacement windows. Designed with double-paned, low-E glass, they are much more energy efficient than the single-paned, steel-framed windows that are the industry standard.
A basement window can be a great asset to your home, as it provides natural lighting to an otherwise dark and often dreary space. However, windows that are grimy, rusty, and leaky can actually make your home look worse, and can also cause moisture damage.
Old metal windows like this one in Berlin, CT can rust, allowing water to flow into the basement.
Here is a full basement with lots of potential for us to fix in Wallingford.
This West Hartford basement window is in desperate need of replacement yet still brings in a good amount of sunlight.
The two windows in this unfinished basement are great because they let in natural light, which definitely helps to reduce energy costs. The ground shows signs of water leakage and mold. Basement window frames rust and rot easily and could be another source of water entering the basement.
This basement window from a home in Bridgeport, CT looks old, dark and dirty. Our EverLast windows paired with the SunHouse™ Window Enclosure would turn this aged basement window into a new, beautiful and protected addition to your basement, allowing natural light to flow in.
Basement windows are a great feature to have. This window appears to be an outdated eyesore from a basement in Bridgeport, CT. The SunHouse™ Window Enclosure is specially designed to attract natural light into your basement and help save you money on energy costs.
Notice the old corroded metal and rotted frame surrounding this basement window in Bridgeport, CT. It’s always really good to have at least one window in your basement because it allows outside light to flow through out the basement, which helps save on energy costs. Our SunHouse™ Window enclosure has specially shaped sides, color and sloped bottom that reflect natural light into your basement to create less of a “basementy” atmosphere.
This successfully installed window in the basement of this Georgetown, CT home is a great source of natural light.
While windows can be a great source of natural light, this basement window in Redding, CT is old, leaky, and dirty. The window lets air escape from this house, reducing energy efficiency.
While this window is a beautiful aspect of this room, the overall aesthetics are hurt by the water damaged floor.
For many years, builders have been in the habit of installing inexpensive steel-framed windows in basements, like the one in this Bethany, CT home. While this strategy certainly saved money, it also resulted in problems for homeowners.
Basement windows are most often made out of steel or wood. As these materials age, they will begin to rust, corrode, and decay. This will cause leaks, as seen in this picture from Beacon Falls, CT.
We installed this window while finishing this Milford, CT basement. It brightens up the room and is totally waterproof.
This old steel window is allowing heat to escape this Brooklyn, CT basement, reducing the overall energy efficiency of the home. Our EverLast Basement Windows are vinyl-framed, with two panes of low-E glass to insulate the basement.
The outdated window in the basement of this home in Easton, CT has a rusting steel frame. It is not only ugly, but also inefficient with air and water leaks. We replaced it with our EverLast® Basement Windows, framed entirely with vinyl, so they will never rot or rust. The windows are double paneled and made with low-e glass that keeps the basement cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The new windows give the basement a clean appearance and greatly reduce leaking.
Windows in the basement of this Oakville, CT home only offered a view of the old, rusty window wells. They did allow much natural sunlight to enter the basement and brighten the space. We replaced these with our SunHouse Window Well Enclosures, made of bright, white plastic with a clear cover to keep out debris. The cover also protects the window from cold winds, reducing the amount of energy need to keep the home warm through the winter. The basement is now much brighter and more appealing with the increase in natural light.
The basement of this Oakville, CT home had rusting steel framed windows. Rather than increase the basement's appeal, they allowed water to leak in and were not energy efficient. We replaced them with our EverLast Basement Windows. They are framed with vinyl, and they will never rust or rot like many basement windows. The pane is made from Low-E double thermopaned glass, much more energy efficient than the old windows. The basement's aesthetic appeal has greatly increased, and the new windows save energy on the home's heating.
The window wells of the basement in this Washington, CT home were old and rusting. The dark metal prevented the window from brightening the basement and debris collected in the well. We replaced it with our SunHouse Window Well Enclosures. Made of bright white plastic, they will never rust or rot, and they direct sunlight into the basement. The cover keeps out debris and protects the window from cold winter winds, decreasing the energy needed to heat the home.
Steel basement windows like this one in Hebron, CT, have a tendency to rust over time and allow water into the home. Our team installed a replacement EverLast window. The new widow features insulated, low-e glass to reduce heat loss and improve energy efficiency. Since it is made of vinyl, it will neither rust or rot.
The window of the basement in this Pomfret Center, CT home was loose and allowed water to leak into the basement. To prevent water from entering the area, we installed our WellDuct Basement Window System. This vertical drain directs water from the window into the basement's perimeter drainage system, in this case our WaterGuard system, and out of the basement. Water will no longer enter the basement through this home's window.
The outside of this basement window is rusty, allowing water into the basement. We would recommend our EverLast window, which are made of vinyl and include insulated glass.
This old window in the basement of this Chester, CT home is a single panel with a steel frame. That kind of window is very energy inefficient, and its ugly frame did little to improve the appearance of the basement. We installed our EverLast Basement Window. The energy efficient windows are low-E glass and framed with vinyl. This means they will never rot or rust like wood or steel framed windows. The homeowners now have a basement with improved energy efficiency and aesthetic appeal.
The window well for the basement of this Chester, CT home was old and rusted. Debris got trapped in it often, blocking the sunlight from entering the basement. We installed our SunHouse Window Well Enclosures, a covered window well, to brighten the basement and improve its energy efficiency. Its bright white interior reflects more light into the home while the the cover keeps out dirt and protects the window from cold winter winds.
Windows can be a great asset to a basement; they provide a warm natural light. However, old windows that are made of wood, like this one, can become leaky over time. We installed our EverLast windows, which feature insulated, low-e glass to reduce heat loss and improve energy efficiency. All-vinyl construction makes our windows totally corrosion proof and maintenance free.
This window well in Ivoryton, CT is rusty and old. Its dirt bottom allows dirty water to splash up onto the window, creating an ugly view. Our light-colored SunHouse window well features a sturdy, clear cover that fits nicely and a bottom that prevents weed growth as well as keeps leaves, debris, and rain out. With the clean, light-colored bottom, a lot more sunlight bounces into the basement and brightens up the space.
Wooden basement windows present a problem for homeowners. Over time, wood can rot from moisture and allow water to seep into the house. Our team replaced this with EverLast® windows. All-vinyl construction makes our windows totally corrosion proof and maintenance free.
Basements we've been in in Connecticut with windows. These homes have potential for more natural light. Basement Systems' window products allow you to maximize the amount of sunlight coming into your basement.
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