Window Replacement Services

Transform your home with expert window installation and replacement services from Varguez Exteriors in Portland, Oregon. Enjoy energy-efficient, stylish windows installed by our experienced team. Contact us for a free estimate and enhance your home’s comfort and curb appeal today!


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Energy- With today’s rising energy costs, insulating your home is important for the environment and for your wallet.  We offer the latest energy efficient products that can save you up to 35% on your monthly utility bills. Glass technology has improved significantly in recent years.  With new Low-E and Argon/Krypton Gas infused windows you will experience cooler summers and warmer winters saving you money.

Comfort – Do you ever struggle to open or close the windows in your home or feel like your screens impede your view?  We offer tons of new window features including easy slide windows and one-touch locks. Your view has never looked better with the latest invisible screen options.

Security – Fortify your home with the best safety features on the market. Multi-point lock systems and double strength glass provide extra security and peace of mind.

Value- Your home is your most valuable asset. Increase equity by making energy efficient and aesthetic upgrades. Personalize your look with color options, grid styles, glass designs, and more.  The options are as endless as your imagination!


Every replacement window is custom built for each individual opening in your home to make sure we get a perfect fit. It costs roughly the same or in some cases, even less to get a custom size window through us as it would purchasing a stock window from a big box hardware store. Your new windows will improve the aesthetic value of your home while providing the energy savings and comfort you need.


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Below are some frequently asked questions when upgrading your windows with new and efficient products.

How Do I Choose the Right Windows?

We understand that selecting windows can seem overwhelming and we are here to help.  Our project estimator, Joe, has over 15 years of experience in the window installation business.  Joe will schedule a time to meet with you and learn about your vision for your home. At Varguez, we never pressure our clients into choosing particular products.  We work with several suppliers and offer a variety of products from each supplier that can meet any budget. Joe will take the time to explain the unique benefits of each product until you have selected the products that meet your style and your budget.  

I’m not sure where to start!

No problem!  We have helped many people select windows that they love!   The biggest question to ask yourself is what are the most important features to you?  Is it color, frame profile (slim or heavy), price, ease of use, glass, frame material, or design style? Sometimes taking a walk in your neighborhood is the best way to get an idea of what you like.  We have hundreds of choices and can fully customize a plan just for you.

How Much Do New Windows Cost?

That’s an important question! As a small company, we stay competitive by keeping overhead low.  This means we can offer excellent pricing to our customers. We have strong relationships with our suppliers allowing us to offer prices that are even more competitive than some of the larger companies in our area.  Schedule a meeting with Joe to discuss options and your budget.

How Long Will It Take to Get My New Windows?

We want you to start enjoying your new windows as soon as possible!  Once you have selected your products, our customer service specialist, Traci, will contact you to schedule an installation date.  Our 3-man installation crew (Manny, Carlos, and Melvin) work very efficiently. Generally, even a large home can be completed in less than a week.  Give us a call so we can tell you how soon you will be able to start enjoying your beautiful and energy efficient new windows!


“The right way and the wrong way”


There are several different ways to install a window, but there is only one way to install it correctly. Home construction has really changed over the last 100 years. Throughout the different eras home builders have used a variety of methods to install windows and doors. We are experienced in using the proper techniques that are correct for each and every installation.


This is very common for homes built from 1900-1960. The types of windows you see in these homes are generally wood sash windows with rope and pulleys, or a metal jamb liner. They will normally test positive for lead paint as well. When replacing this style of window it is VERY important to follow the lead safety procedures. This ensures that we don’t contaminate your home and spread harmful lead dust and particles. We are a LEAD CERTIFIED contractor. We follow the guidelines in order to protect you as well as ourselves.

For this type of installation we will typically order a sloped sill adapter for the sill and replace the interior stops in primed or stain-grade. It’s important to order the correct size. We can help you select the right product for your needs such as a vinyl or wood option to maintain the beauty and traditional style of the period.


This is common for homes built from the 1960’s-present day. In this type of construction the outer nailing flange of a window is used. When a home is built, it is framed, there is a sub-sheathing that is applied (a type of vapor barrier), and then the siding is installed. The existing nailing fin of the window is either applied directly to the stud or the sub-sheathing. Then the siding or trim covers the flange.

We cut the siding or trim back to access the nailing fin in order to remove the existing window. We incorporate our flashing, metal z-flashing, caulking, and trim in a way that ensures you that your windows will be performing great well into the future.

Some other contractors will cut the nailing fin off. In the industry this is referred to as a “glue and screw”. This method is not recommended by the manufacturer and relies on the exterior caulking to prevent water infiltration. Would you want a single bead of caulking to be the only barrier from water entering the wall cavity of your home? Here is where you see the “right way vs wrong way”.