Energy Smart windows meet advanced performance standards, which helps lower energy bills and provide a healthier environment.  Our multi-chambered mainframe and sash create insulating air spaces for thermal efficiency, while our optional Low-E insulated glass package combines low-emissivity glass and argon gas to help keep warm air in in the winter, and out in the summer.  Our windows provide superior all-season performance, helping to keep your home comfortable year-round. 

Energy Smart windows and doors are built to last.  All of our windows and doors are rigorously tested for performance, and are proudly made in the U.S.A. 


Tilt-in design makes cleaning a breeze.  Our solid frame and sash design means you'll never scrape or paint again.  Engineered for years of maintenance-free use, your new windows are as practical as they are beautiful, and they're all backed by a Lifetime Limited Warranty. 


A great window requires a great installation.  Many of the replacement windows we offer are protected by our Limited Lifetime Workmanship Guarantee.  With 40+ years of experience (and thousands of satisfied customers), you can be sure that Bill Haynes Company will provide only the highest quality installation of your new windows and doors.

Window Materials:

Fiberglass:         Our cutting-edge fiberglass window system offers superior performance, durability, stability, and efficiency.  No other material is as strong, as durable, as weather resistant, or as long-lasting as fiberglass.  On average, it's 8x stronger than vinyl and 3.5x stronger than wood/vinyl composites.  

Vinyl:                   Vinyl windows are very affordable, provide excellent energy savings and every window is hand-made to the size needed.  Fusion-welded frames (along with steel reinforcement at the meeting rails) add strength and lasting stability.  These windows are backed by a Lifetime Limited Warranty. 

Wood:        Wood is classic; wood is solid; wood is traditional. We offer many different colors and styles to match and accent the beauty of your home.  Wood windows have a higher initial cost, but genuine wood windows provide superior craftsmanship and beauty. 

Aluminum:        Aluminum windows are the least energy-efficient windows.  They were popular in the 50s and 60s, but because aluminum is a good conductor of heat and cold (even with a "thermal break" in the frame), these windows can create interior condensation and related problems.  Aluminum windows have a painted finish and may require regular touch-ups to maintain the exterior sheen.  Since aluminum is typically more expensive, it's the least popular window we offer.