Windows are a great investment, but they are only as good as their installer. Get longer-lasting, more beautiful windows, and enjoy the protection of our 10-year installation warranty.

  • Buy replacement windows with or without installation
  • Get help to find the best windows for your home
  • Change a window’s operating style
  • Buy vinyl windows, or choose from fiberglass, aluminum, or wood-clad
  • Upgrade to energy-efficient double pane windows
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Get More from Your Windows

Guidance

Get what you need to make an informed decision, and make the best choice for your home. Our knowledgeable salespeople can answer whatever questions you have about both product and installation.

Craftsmanship

We never use subcontractors, only our own dedicated installation crews. Our installers are professionals. They take pride in their work, clean up after themselves, and don’t cut corners.

Protection

Enjoy a 10-year, transferable warranty on our window installation labor, an extra layer of protection beyond the manufacturer’s product warranties.

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“Great experience with Sound View Glass. Good communication and very clear and open about process. Also, they were nice enough to honor a four month old quote in the middle of summer!”Brian R, Everett
“The professionalism and communications were excellent.
I will definitely refer anyone I see that is looking for window replacement.”Bonita E, Everett
“We just couldn’t be happier with the work, and the men who came out were so nice. I will recommend you to all of my neighbors!”Lucille K. of Queen Anne, Seattle

Window Replacement Process

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    Free Quote and Consultation

    You get a formal quote over the phone, with just some basic information. No high-pressure sales: we answer your questions and leave you a clear and detailed proposal.

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    The Critical Measure

    Our senior installer visits to take precise measurements and ensure product is ordered correctly, ensuring a smooth and reliable installation.

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    Top-Flight Installation

    The install crew takes care to protect your new window and your home. They clean up after themselves. Your new windows look beautiful.

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    Unrivaled Labor Warranty

    You rest easy, knowing you’re covered by out 10-year installation warranty. And with our expert, best-practice installation, you’ll enjoy your new door for years more to come.

Visit Our Showroom in Everett

Try out popular windows and other product samples. Get help planning your project with face-to-face answers to all your questions.

See:

  • Popular windows and door styles
  • Glass and color samples in true light
  • Manufacturer catalogs
  • Knowledgeable salespeople, ready to help

Visit us on Hwy 99 in South Everett

12310 Hwy 99 Suite 129
Everett, WA 98204

Open 9AM to 5:30 PM Monday to Friday.

Windows Rated for the Northwest Climate

Sound View Glass carries only high quality products suitable for the Puget Sound region. Our close relationships with these top manufacturers helps us offer competitive pricing and turn-around times:

Available Window Manufacturers

  • Milgard Windows including
    • Tuscany windows—premium vinyl windows
    • Essence windows—wood-clad fiberglass
    • QuietLine windows—triple pane sound resistant windows
  • Andersen Windows
    • E-Series—highly customizable premium wood and vinyl windows (formerly Eagle Windows)
    • 100-Series—made with “Fibrex” composite, as alternative to vinyl windows
    • 400-Series—engineered to offer the best windows for your money
  • Simonton
    • Vinyl windows (and doors)
  • Stile (formerly Lindal)
    • Custom wood windows
  • Lindsay (formerly Comfort Design, or CDI)

Options for Window Replacement

Energy efficient double-pane windows

Upgrading to double-pane windows can make your home much more comfortable. We also offer several options for energy-efficient glass. Tell us about your goals, and find out what’s right for you!

Low-e Glass for improved efficiency

Low-e glass reflects UV and infrared radiation and makes your windows more energy efficient. It also helps protect your interior from sun damage.

Window Operating Styles

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    Picture Window

    The most daylight for your money, with less to get in the way of your view. Does not open or close, but is energy efficient, and features fewer parts to break or wear out.

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    Horizontal Sliding or Gliding Window

    One or both sashes slides horizontally past the other. Simple and durable, it’s a lot of window for your money.

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    Single-hung or Double-hung Window

    Double-hung windows have two operable sashes, while single-hung windows have one fixed sash. Some lift up and down, while “tilt-wash” styles tilt out to open.

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    Casement or Double Casement Window

    May push out or frank, with each operable sash hinged on one side and opens with a crank.

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    Awning Window

    Open from top-mounted hinges to let in some ventilation while excluding most rain.

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    Bay, Bow & Garden Window

    Pops out from the side of your house like a small greenhouse, often installed above a kitchen sink, like a miniature indoor greenhouse.

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    Arch or Radius Window

    Like a picture window, but with a decorative, rounded top.

Window Frame Materials

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    Vinyl Windows

    Durable, inexpensive, and easy to maintain. Available in several colors, most vinyl frames are designed with a hollow core to prevent heat loss.

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    Fiberglass Windows

    Stronger than vinyl and paintable (unlike vinyl), with a matte finish. Fiberglass features a natural appearance, yet has the durability of a synthetic material.

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    Aluminum Windows

    Today’s thermally-broken aluminum windows offer improved energy efficiency compared to older, thin-frame products, while still offering strong construction and modern looks.

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    Wood Windows

    Wood has a natural beauty. Wood windows are generally sold unfinished, and are windows are generally more expensive than other options.