Basement Windows & Window Well Systems

If your basement is having water issues that have affected your windows, you’ve come to the right place. One of the best ways to improve a basement’s appearance after water damage is with replacement windows that provide a clean look and let in natural light. Your basement windows will also require a window well to ensure that the area is protected from the elements.

At Rod Martin’s Complete Basement Systems, we provide two quality products to suit your basement window needs, which we install as a part of our basement waterproofing system. Our windows provide a waterproof, visually appealing solution that will last for years to come. Call us today to get a free estimate in Colorado Springs, Denver, Aurora and nearby in Colorado!

What They Do:

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.

Designed to replace your rotting, outdated steel and wood-framed basement windows, our windows will never rot, rust, decay or need paint. The double-paned windows can be removed easily for cleaning and maintenance.

Window Well Enclosures are covered window wells — the perfect thing to replace your corroded, debris-filled metal wells.

A clear cover and brightly colored sides and bottom maximize the sunlight directed into your basement for a brighter, more attractive space. Meanwhile, the plastic cover keeps out dirt and debris, while protecting your basement windows from being buffeted by winter wind.

Installation Time:

Basement Windows will generally take an installer 1 – 2 hours to install while installing each Window Well should take 1 ½ – 2 hours.

 

Product Dimensions

Window Wells
Height Width Projection
Shallow
16″
40″
19″
Deep

 

23″

40″

19″

Window Well Covers
Height Width Projection
Flat

2″

40″

19″

Domed

8″

40″

19″

 

Enjoying Basement Windows & Window Wells

The purpose of basement windows is to add appeal to your space by bringing in natural sunlight. If those windows are rusted, covered in debris, or doing little more than affording a view of an old, rusty window well, then they’re not doing their job.

Meanwhile, old window wells often fill with leaves, dirt, and weeds, and they can fill with snow and water, which may leak into your basement.

With a typical basement waterproofing system, this water will still leak into your home. The answer to these problems is Basement Windows and Window Wells. These dry basement products will not decay when exposed to the elements, and they maximize the beauty of the basement space. Your Rod Martin’s Complete Basement Systems technician can help you decide if you’re in need of basement windows as a part of your waterproofing system.

Covered window wells keep cold winter winds from blowing against the panes, while the low-E double-thermopaned glass of Basement Windows saves you on your energy bills. It’s a small upgrade that can really make a big difference for your home!

Improve your basement with replacement windows

If you want to create a better looking, more energy-efficient basement in your home, call Rod Martin’s Complete Basement Systems today for a free estimate on replacement windows and window wells. We install these products together when we discover water issues in your basement, so if you’re having your basement looked at for damage, we’ll be sure to check out your windows at that time. We proudly serve in Colorado Springs, Denver, Aurora, Arvada, Thornton, Fort Collins, Pueblo, Boulder, Greeley, Westminster and throughout the surrounding areas.