Wood Windows Offer Exceptional Beauty to Homeowners in the Naperville & Des Plaines Areas
If you’re looking to upgrade the windows on your home, consider the wood windows that Opal Enterprises has to offer. We’ve partnered with Andersen, a company that is synonymous with high-quality windows to bring our customers beautiful wood windows that will provide an instant boost to their home’s curb appeal. With locations in Naperville and Des Plaines, Illinois, we are able to serve homeowners throughout the Chicagoland suburbs. Just place a call to us and we will come to your home for a consultation where we will learn about your project in detail and help you choose wood windows that will meet all of your needs.
If you’re interested in having wood windows installed in your home in or near Naperville or Des Plaines, IL, contact the professionals at Opal Enterprises today.
Beautiful Wood Without the Maintenance
We use wood in our frames and sahes because they provide exceptional strength and beauty. However, all of our wood windows are clad in aluminum and vinyl which is designed to resist the elements and provide a low-maintenance exterior that doesn’t require frequent maintenance like real wood does.
Completely Customizable Options
At Opal Enterprises, we understand that not all homes are the same, which is why we offer wood windows that can be customized to match your home and blend in perfectly with the existing surroundings. Our wood windows are available in a variety of finishes, colors, grilles, screens, and more so you can customize your window to meet your needs and preferences
Incredible Energy Efficiency
One of the main reasons that you’re likely seeking new windows is to improve the energy efficiency of your home. Our wood windows come with triple-pane glass, Low-E protective coating, and more, so you can be sure you’ll be getting wood windows that meet ENERGY STAR® certification standards. This means that you’ll be getting windows that are designed to reduce heat transfer, which will help your HVAC system to keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter and possibly reducing your monthly energy bills.