Locally owned and operated, HomCo Lumber & Hardware has been proudly serving Northern Arizona since 1975. We offer a variety of top-quality, energy efficient windows and sliding patio doors, at an affordable price.
We believe in educating our customers about the different products available. During your FREE in-home consultation, our knowledgeable staff will explain the product differences so that when you are ready to make your purchase, you can feel confident that you have made the best decision for you and your home.
HomCo Lumber & Hardware is here to help fix up your home and help save you money!
Window experts you can trust
When residents, builders, and remodelers in Flagstaff or anywhere in Northern Arizona need windows, they turn to the professionals with more than 30 years of experience. We offer a wide variety of window products to make your home more attractive, secure and energy efficient.
We specialize in window sales and installation, ultimately adding to the comfort of your home. Drafty, old or broken windows can make your home more prone to break-ins or fluctuating temperatures, resulting in higher heating and cooling bills. Save money and protect your family and home by calling us to install new windows.
HomCo Lumber & Hardware follows a strict screening process when selecting professional contractors to install only the best products in your home. HomCo works closely with our contractors to ensure that we do the job right, every time, to your satisfaction. Our team of professional installers will treat your home and property as if it were their own. We won’t cause any damage or leave any mess behind. We’re a leader in the window industry!
NEW CONSTRUCTION, REPLACEMENT & WINDOW TYPES
Considering building a new home? Why not tell your builder you want a better window than the normal construction or builder grade products that are typically offered to their customers. We offer high-quality products from several different manufacturers.
Do your windows at home not close all the way? Do you need a prop of some sort to keep them open? Do you cover them in plastic wrap to keep your air conditioning inside and the warm air out in the summer, and the cool air outside and the warm air inside during the winter? Are your windows broken or damaged beyond repair? It’s time you install new windows! We will install them for you, and more importantly, we will stay within your budget! We will replace your old, drafty or damaged windows with brand new ones. We will help you choose the perfect, energy-efficient windows that your home will benefit from as well as your family’s comfort.
Types of Windows
Vinyl windows are beneficial to any living space. Vinyl windows are typically the most affordable. They can reduce heating and cooling costs as well as noise from outside. They’re easy to maintain, they’re recyclable, and they can increase your home’s value. Not to mention, they look great!
Clad windows offer superior strength and durability compared to ordinary wood windows because they are not subject to warping, contracting, expanding or rotting. These types of clad windows have lower maintenance requirements while still offering a rich, warm wood interior.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to replace my windows or can I just repair them?
In order to save on costs, many homeowners choose to repair their windows instead of replacing them. While most of the time you are able to repair and restore old windows, it is often not worth the effort or the expense. In the following instances, it is best to replace your windows:
- Pervasive rot
- Existing windows are single pane
- Fog or condensation in between glass panes
- The window hardware is no longer manufactured
- Repair would cause exposure to lead-based paint
What is Low E glass or Low E coating?
Understand that the “E” stands for emissivity. Emissivity is the ability of a material to radiate energy. When heat or light energy—typically from the sun or an HVAC system—is absorbed by glass it is either shifted away by air movement or re-radiated by the glass surface.
Typically, a highly reflective material will have a low emissivity, and a dull darker colored material will have a high emissivity. Reducing the emissivity of one or more of the window glass surfaces improves a window’s insulating properties. Therefore, having Low E glass ultimately can improve the insulation of a home from external temperatures in any climate.
To reduce the emissivity of glass, Low E coatings have been developed to minimize the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that can pass through glass without compromising the amount of visible light that is transmitted.