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Window & Door Replacement Austin, TX

The M & M Roofing, Siding & Windows team has been replacing worn-out windows and doors for almost 30 years. Some of our professional installers have been with our family-owned business since we opened our doors in 1983, and every one of our installers will provide expert work on your Austin area home.

Storm Damage?

Are you replacing windows and doors damaged by severe weather? Remember that your homeowner's insurance might help cover your expenses. M & M Roofing, Siding & Windows will help you work with your insurer and even assist you in filing a claim if your door or window replacement is covered under your homeowner's policy.

M & M Roofing, Siding & Windows guarantees a weathertight seal on your replacement doors and windows. In fact, we're so confident in our labor that we extend a lifetime warranty on labor defects on every window and door we install. We also have a no-payment (and no money down) policy so that you don't pay until your project is completed to your satisfaction.

We want you to be happy with your project - whether you select aluminum windows and doors, vinyl windows and doors, or wood windows and doors. We make sure of that by encouraging you to contact a member of our fully-staffed office at (512) 219-1242 at any point throughout your replacement window and door installation. You'll also have the direct cellphone number of the service professional in charge of your replacement window and door installation. And at the completion of the installation, our owner, Doug, personally contacts every customer.

Choosing Your Replacement Windows and Doors

With so many window and door material options available today, you're sure to have many questions. Rely on the certified installation professionals at M & M Roofing, Siding & Windows to guide you in selecting the best option for your Austin area home. We'll help you answer some of the main questions you might have:

  • * Which material will work best for my replacement window and doors?
  • * Should I replace my old single-pane windows and doors with double-pane upgrades?
  • * Should I choose different replacement window ratings for south-facing windows vs. north-facing ones?
  • * Am I considering any specialty items (French doors, picture windows, etc.) as part of my window and door replacement project?