At P.J. Fitzpatrick, we know that the right windows can change the entire look of your home. We also know that with so many styles and materials, choosing new windows can be a little overwhelming. That’s why we’re here to help. We’re homeowners too, and we have the experience and knowledge to help you make the best decision for your home and budget.
When it comes to quality, we take pride in our window selection. Unlike Lowes, we’re a local company that works with some of the best window manufacturers in the area. We’ll not only find you the perfect window, we’ll take the time to visit your home so we can make the right suggestion.
We Care About Our Customers
At P.J. Fitzpatrick, our customers have taken care of us since 1980, so we work hard to take care of them. Whether you schedule a window installation or repair, we’ll take full responsibility for our workmanship. That means if something ever breaks, flaws, or just plain doesn’t make you happy in the future, we’ll fix it – for as long as you live in your home.
Our company also works hard to reduce the carbon footprint of both our company and our customers. We not only recycle many of our products and materials, we also work with environmentally friendly companies to offer our customers green products. Our environmentally friendly windows are produced using minimal energy and are also made with energy-efficient insulated glass to save you money.
We carry a variety of windows, including:
- Vinyl Windows
The vinyl windows that we offer at P.J. Fitzpatrick are not only low-maintenance, they’re environmentally friendly.
- Fiberglass Windows
Our Ultrex fiberglass windows give you the best views and a strength that’s eight times stronger than traditional windows.
- Aluminum Windows
Affordability is just one appeal of aluminum windows. Let our experts explain their many other appeals.
- Steel Windows
When it comes to steel, turn to us. Our manufacturers create some of the most durable windows in a variety of styles.
- Composite Windows
If you want the classic look of wood but without the expense, it might be hard to find composite windows at Lowes. We can help.
- Single-Hung Windows
Single-hung windows are the most popular style of window and come in an array of materials, designs, colors, and more.
- Casement Windows
Casement windows give any room a unique look and feel. Our experts can help you find the right ones for your home.
- Double-Hung Windows
Whether you choose single-hung windows or double-hung windows can depend on many factors. Let us off our expert advice.
- Bay Windows
If you’re looking for a wide variety of bay windows, you won’t find it at Lowes. Trust P.J. Fitzpatrick instead.
- Awning Windows
While awning windows are good for ventilation, they’re more appropriate in some rooms than in others. Let our experts explain.
- Glider Windows
Glider windows are also known as “sliding” windows, and our collection features shapes and sizes for every room.
- Bow Windows
If you’re not sure what the difference is between bow windows and bay windows, we can help you understand.
- Round-Top Windows
Round-top windows are a great choice for many different situations. We’ll explain where they’re most used and if they’re right for you.
- Hopper Windows
Hopper windows are similar to awning windows, but they open from a different angle. We’ll explain the differences and the best application for your needs.
- Home Windows
We know that the right window can make or break your style. At P.J. Fitzpatrick, we’ll help make your home vision a reality.
- Garden Windows
If you’re looking for garden windows at Lowes, you won’t find many. Talk to us and we’ll tell you why this kind of window is popular.
- Basement Windows
Many people choose awning windows for their basement, but we’ll gladly help you explore your window options.
- Garage Windows
Windows in a garage can add a nice touch of natural light, and there are some styles that are better than others for the area.
- Replacement Windows
Whether your windows are old or just poorly installed, they could be costing you extra money on your energy bills. Let us fix that.