Since 1982, Carlin Stanton has been providing windows for East Texas homes. From the 1960's until about the year 2000, almost every home was built with aluminum windows, but today we sell and install affordably priced heavy duty VINYL framed replacement windows to replace the outdated lightweight metal or wood windows that homebuilders installed when they built the home originally. The window products we offer are high quality, EZ Clean, Ultra Energy Efficient vinyl replacement windows and sliding vinyl patio doors. We are a factory direct authorized dealer for one of the country's top manufacturers, NT Window of Fort Worth, Texas.
Coppell Texas homeowners can trust Stanton Windows to provide the best selection of high quality vinyl replacement windows at the lowest everyday prices
We offer Plano homeowners low pricing on high quality vinyl replacement windows from Texas window manufacturers including NT Window and Don Young Company
Where To Buy
Wherever you live in East Texas…it’s a good place to buy new energy saving replacement windows to improve your existing home. That’s because we come to you, loaded up with samples, replacement window brochures and pictures of homes that we have worked on. We listen to the reasons you want to replace the old windows in your home, ask you a few specific questions to find out what matters most to you, explain the trade-offs of one window versus another, and then offer you an educated recommendation on which window and which options are going to give you everything you are looking for in your new replacement windows.
The windows we install are custom built, down to the eighth of an inch, to assure the optimum fit in your existing opening. Every opening gets a new window that is perfectly sized for that particular opening, taking into account the exterior finish on your home. If one window opening is ¼ of an inch wider than the others, the window will be ordered ¼ of an inch wider.
For weathertightness, we seal the exterior of your new replacement windows with high quality structural silicone sealant made by Novaflex, one of America's most respected names in sealants, wherever you have a non paintable exterior, such as brick. If the exterior is paintable, such as wood, hardiplank or stucco, we will use a high quality paintable sealant called Bostik Urethane Acrylic Sealant, that will provide excellent durability while maintaining paintability. Inside your home, we use the same Bostik Urethane Acrylic, that will allow you to paint right up to the edge of the window frame, if you like. These sealants all come to us from the NT Window factory, to assure the best possible color match between your new windows and the sealants we use.
Many window replacement contractors just drop by the local big box store or Walmart trying to save a buck – never knowing what kind of sealant they may end up with. Your windows are going to be there for a long time. Why compromise the integrity of the installation with poor quality sealants?
Stanton Windows installers are industry professionals who are acutely familiar with the specific replacement windows that we use and the East Texas homes that we work on. Having many years of experience enables our installation supervisor to handle whatever he encounters. And this friendly, can-do guy is always on-site, to be sure that installation stays on schedule , inasmuch as that is possible. He is insured, as are we. Many contractors claim to be insured but when you dig a little deeper, you find that all they are is bonded - being bonded costs just a couple of hundred dollars a year (and is required in order to get a building permit in most cities), but does not offer the homeowner much help if something does go wrong.
Our Low Overhead Means
Low Prices For You
As a company, we work to keep our overhead low so that we don’t have to charge you three times what the window costs us in order to cover a lot of unnecessary overhead expenses. Many window replacement contractors have to charge you 3 – 4 times their actual cost of the window, in order to cover out-of-control overhead costs. You don’t benefit from your contractor having a half million dollar building to work out of – why should you help pay for it? And that $60,000 pickup that so many contractors are driving nowadays doesn't make your window replacement one bit better !
We only maintain an administrative office, rather than a showroom, in order to keep your replacement windows cost to a minimum. A big showroom is a needless expense that would cause us to have to raise our prices as high as the other guys.
We have to come out to your home anyway to assess your window replacement situation, so it just makes sense to bring working models of our windows with us. That way we can hold the sample up right against your brick or siding, enabling you to figure out which color really is your best choice.
Once we see your current situation, we can tell you realistically what the differences and pros and cons would be of each window we offer. We believe in under promising and over-delivering. Many of our past clients have offered to give replacement window reviews to those folks who are considering having us install their windows.
Satisfied customers are the lifeblood of our business. With the owner directly involved in each job from start to finish, it is easier to be sure there will be no surprises along the way. As the old saying goes, “measure twice, cut once”. We will take a rough measurement for replacement windows on our initial visit and then give you a firm, guaranteed price for the type of window you like best.
If you decide to let us do the work for you, our replacement window installer will call you and make an appointment to drop by, usually on a weekend, since he is typically doing installs each weekday. At that time, the exacting, down to the eighth-of-an-inch measurements will be made.
When your windows are delivered to our warehouse, we will call you, in order to firm up which day the installation will be started - weather permitting, of course ! It is typical for our replacement window installers to install about 10 – 12 per day, so it is not difficult to figure out how long it should take to install your replacement windows.