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Written By Max Peterson|Last Updated: April 18, 2024

You might be installing new windows to upgrade your home's appearance, lower your energy usage, or protect your home from harsh weather conditions. If your windows are deteriorating or showing signs of damage, it's probably time to replace them. Working with a licensed window contractor will help you get a top-quality outcome and help you steer clear of costly mistakes from attempting to handle the job yourself.

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Top 10 Clovis Window Installation Companies

We've compiled this list of contractors that specialize in window replacement in Clovis.

The This Old House Reviews Team assessed dozens of window installers in and around Clovis. We took into account the following factors to determine the best window replacement providers:

  • Product quality
  • Customer reviews and recommendations
  • Professional experience and licensure
  • Energy-efficiency guarantees
  • Services and warranties
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Window World of Lubbock

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4.4/5
Based on 73 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Glass DoorsDouble-HungBay WindowsWindow Replacement/installationCustom Window Designs

Highlights

  • Educational website
  • Price transparency
  • Free assessment
5004 Frankford Ave #600, Lubbock, TX 806-799-1545 windowworldoflubbock.com
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Advantage Glass & Mirror

4.1/5
Based on 10 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Window Replacement/installation

Highlights

  • Free assessment
  • Good customer service
  • Price transparency
105 Ave H, Levelland, TX 806-897-2266 advantage-glass-mirror.business.site
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Glass Doctor of Amarillo

5/5
Based on 530 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Glass RepairEnergy-Efficient OptionsMirrorsWindow RepairWindow Replacement/installationGlass ShowersCustom Glass

Highlights

  • Good customer service
  • Educational website
  • Price transparency
2515 Britain Dr, Amarillo, TX 806-358-7684 glassdoctor.com
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Glass Doctor of Lubbock

5/5
Based on 404 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Glass RepairEnergy-Efficient OptionsMirrorsCustom GlassGlass ShowersWindow RepairWindow Replacement/installation

Highlights

  • Good customer service
  • Educational website
  • Price transparency
4635 34th St, Lubbock, TX 806-368-0701 glassdoctor.com
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Plains Plate Glass & Mirror

4.6/5
Based on 32 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Glass RepairMirrorsSkylightsGlass ShowersGlass DoorsWindow Replacement/installation

Highlights

  • Price transparency
  • Free assessment
  • Good customer service
215 E 5th St, Plainview, TX 806-296-7261 plainsplateglasstx.com
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All American Siding, Windows & Doors

4.7/5
Based on 9 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Window Replacement/installation

Highlights

  • Educational website
  • Good customer service
  • Price transparency
2730 Duniven Cir Suite D, Amarillo, TX 806-576-6658 facebook.com
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ABC Remodeling

4.7/5
Based on 78 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Window Replacement/installation

Highlights

    6801 91st St, Lubbock, TX 806-787-0999 abcremodeling.org
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    A1 Glass Company

    4.4/5
    Based on 12 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Storm/impact WindowsWindow Replacement/installationEnergy-Efficient OptionsWindow Repair

    Highlights

    • Price transparency
    • Good customer service
    3207 N Frankford Ave, Lubbock, TX 806-741-0078 a1glasslubbock.com
    Pella Windows & Doors of Amarillo Logo

    Pella Windows & Doors of Amarillo

    4.4/5
    Based on 68 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Glass DoorsWindow Replacement/installationDouble-Hung

    Highlights

    • Price transparency
    • Good customer service
    • Educational website
    201-J1, Westgate Pkwy W, Amarillo, TX 806-354-8040 pellabranch.com

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    Quality Exteriors

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    9402 A, FM1585
    Wolfforth, TX 79382

    C R Work

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    4809 39th St
    Lubbock, TX 79414

    Windows By Chad

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    3209 34th St B
    Lubbock, TX 79410

    Clayton's Glass

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    2500 SW 7th Ave
    Amarillo, TX 79106

    Texas Plains Contractors

    User Reviews: 4.3/5 

    1616 S Kentucky St Suite C-205
    Amarillo, TX 79102

    Veteran Home Exteriors

    User Reviews: 4.3/5 

    1306 SW 8th Ave
    Amarillo, TX 79101

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    Facts about Clovis
    Annual Energy Efficient Windows Savings:$539
    Average Max Temp:71°F
    Average Min Temp:49°F
    Average Daily Sunlight:68%
    Average Annual Snowfall:8.7"
    Average Monthly Precipitation:1.50"

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    How To Choose a Window Company in Clovis

    An exceptional reputation is key when it comes to choosing a window provider. However, your chosen company should also suit your priorities and understand your vision. Keep in mind the following factors during your company search:

    Window Cost by Type

    When you're shopping for replacement windows, it's essential to remember that there's more to cost than just purchase price. You want a high-quality and durable window. Choosing economy windows could actually increase your overall cost, due to their shorter lifespan and more intensive maintenance needs. The size, material, and style of your replacement windows have the greatest impact on your final cost. Transom windows are inexpensive with their simple size and straightforward form factor, while a sweeping, custom-size picture window will cost more. It's advisable to speak with a trusted window installer to figure out your best options.

    In this table, you can find cost data for the most common residential window types to determine how much you might pay.

    Window TypesAverage Cost
    Arched$212-$1303
    Awning$307-$856
    Bay$708-$5253
    Custom$315-$875
    Casement$245-$1420
    Double-hung$114-$739
    Egress$210-$524
    Glass Block$42-$531
    Picture$184-$1361
    Single-hung$83-$1400
    Skylight$105-$1264
    Sliding$241-$1225
    Storm$49-$346
    Transom$256-$537

    Window Material Cost

    Materials also help determine a window's cost. You might select a material based on your desired look, the local climate, and your energy efficiency goals. For example, windows made of wood can give your home an organic design without breaking the bank, but you'll have to invest more toward maintenance. Aluminum and composite windows cost more up-front, but they're incredibly durable against the elements, so you'll spend far less on maintenance.

    Window TypesAverage Cost
    Aluminum$49-$1400
    Composite$505-$1136
    Fiberglass$83-$708
    Vinyl$170-$1575
    Wood$252-$1420

    Other Window Replacement Costs

    Ask each window installer you're evaluating about warranty fees, labor costs, and permit fees. This will help you get a clear picture of the overall expenses involved in the project.

    Experience and Training

    Choose a business that focuses on window repair and installation, and look for this information on its website:

    • How long it's been in business
    • Photo galleries of completed projects
    • Private credentials attesting to its workmanship
    The more experience a company has, the better its service and workmanship.

    Licensing and Credentials

    New Mexico has strict licensing regulations for window professionals making more than $7,200 per year. Each installer is assigned a classification from the state Regulation and Licensing Department that determines what type of work it's allowed to do. It also needs a representative who will meet experience requirements and take exams on behalf of the entire team.

    Types of Windows Offered

    No two businesses offer the same window styles and materials. Look for one that focuses on the type you want for your home.

    Equally important to your desired windows' shape is their framing. Ask your window installer if it offers the frame material you want, such as aluminum, wood, vinyl, fiberglass, or composite.

    Customer Feedback

    Reading other customers' stories is a surefire way to screen window companies in your area. Read customer reviews on sites such as Yelp, Trustpilot, and Google. You can also view customer reviews and company ratings on the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website. Referrals can also help you in your company search. Ask each company you're interested in for a list of references, and talk to family and friends about who they use for window installations.


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    Frequently Asked Questions About Window Replacement in Clovis

    How much energy and money will I save by upgrading my windows?

    Clovis homeowners could potentially save $540 annually by installing efficient windows. They'll also reduce their property's carbon dioxide emissions by 510 pounds per year.

    According to the national Department of Energy, as much as 33% of a house's HVAC usage is to compensate for the heat or cold entering through windows. Efficient windows help keep heat out in the summertime and in during the wintertime, improving your comfort and furthering your dollar.

    What should I do if a window is molding or has rot?

    Mold and rot tend to set in due to moisture issues or water damage. Fortunately, you may not need to replace your windows to solve this troublesome and unsightly issue. A professional can get rid of the rot or mold, restore the affected area, and reset the tight seal your windows need to work at their healthiest.

    How do replacement windows differ from new construction windows?

    New construction windows are specifically designed for fresh builds and major renovation projects. Most, but not all, have a vinyl "nailing fin" that extends from the frame and secures the window to the house's sheathing. Replacement windows (sometimes called "retrofit windows") don't have their own nailing fin. Instead, they're engineered to use the existing sheaths.

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