Zeeland Lumber & Supply Windows

Your home’s windows should capitalize on natural light without sacrificing energy efficiency, be functional and insulating without requiring a lot of maintenance, and be reliable without needing replacement for a long time. At Zeeland Lumber & Supply, we have an expansive selection that will fit seamlessly with your home’s exterior design, providing an attractive balance of light and functionality, with an energy-efficient bonus on your next utility bill.

We carry the leading brands in the industry to share the best and brightest technology with our customers. With so many styles to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the perfect windows for your home.

Windows By Material

While windows can be made from a variety of materials, including aluminum, steel, and composite, the most widely used and popular materials are wood and vinyl. These materials have a lot to offer in customization, thermal comfort, and energy performance.

Wood Windows

Wood windows are known for their natural beauty and durability. They can be constructed from many different wood options, including cedar, oak, alder, pine, and mahogany. They are great for use in historic homes, or if you’re going for a classic look. Wood can be easily painted or stained. They are long-lasting that don’t need to be replaced often.

Vinyl Windows

Vinyl windows offer similar durability to wood windows with a lower cost and easier installation process. Unlike wood, vinyl won’t warp or rot, and doesn’t require much work to maintain. New vinyl technology provides superior insulation and UV protection, and demonstrates a stronger return on investment over more expensive window materials.

Top Window Brands

At Zeeland Lumber & Supply, we’re proud to work with top brands in the window industry to offer you the best on the market. We only work with suppliers who show a true commitment to customer experience and build products with high-quality and sustainably-sourced materials. The products we carry offer a range of customization options to match your home’s design. Here are a few of the industry leaders who supply our top-tier window offerings.

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Andersen Windows

One of the most popular and trusted window brands, Andersen is known for their many styles and designs of wood and vinyl windows. Their low-maintenance wood windows provide good thermal protection and enhance the wood’s natural features. Andersen’s vinyl windows combine the beauty and strength of wood with superior weather-resistance. Comprehensive warranties are available.

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Marvin Windows

Marvin windows are available in a broad variety of sizes, configurations, and design options. Whether you’re looking for a classic wood window frame, or seeking a stronger fiberglass exterior, Marvin’s collections are sure to have the right choice for your home. Marvin offers options for energy efficient windows that have the same clean lines with added performance and energy savings.

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MI Windows

MI Windows offers vinyl and aluminum window solutions designed for each of the four climate regions of the US. Whether you’re replacing old windows or starting from scratch, MI Windows stand up to the weather, no matter where you live. Many MI Windows are Energy Star qualified, offering exceptional performance at any budget or investment level.

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North Star Windows

North Star’s vinyl windows all use ENERGY STAR-compliant glass. They offer different glass options to prevent heat loss, reduce glare, and limit heat gain. They also have glass varieties that are self-cleaning as well as triple-glazed glass to reduce condensation and streaks and further improve efficiency. North Star offers limited lifetime warranties, which are transferable throughout the windows’ lifetime.

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Most Popular Window Styles

Our expansive window collection includes all the window styles you might need. From picture windows to skylights, our windows are available in a range of sizes, features, and design options. Here are just a few of the popular windows styles we offer.

Casement Windows

This window style is great for bringing in light and allowing ventilation. Casement windows typically operate on a hinge with a crank that allows them to open out and let air in. When cranked closed, they provide a tight seal that locks completely. Casement styles are great for use in bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, and any other rooms where you want simple ventilation with a secure window seal.


Picture Windows

Picture windows are large, stationary windows that are great for bringing in a ton of light and letting you enjoy a wide view outside. They’re most commonly used in bedrooms and living rooms, and other spaces where light is paramount. Because they don’t open, the picture design is more streamlined and they can cover a broad area.


Single and Double-Hung Windows 

When you picture a common window, you’re likely to imagine a single-hung window. This window type functions in an intuitive way. With an upper and lower window frame, or sash, the lower sash can be opened by moving it up to allow easy ventilation through the bottom part of the window. A double-hung window works in a similar way, except both the upper and lower sashes can move. New technology has improved this classic window style with a more effective seal and efficient insulating core around the window frame to prevent heat loss.


Roof Windows and Skylights

Roof windows and skylights are both great options for bringing more light into your home. Skylights are similar to picture windows in that they don’t open, and are great additions for darker spaces including hallways, living areas, even pantries or closets. Some skylights are stationary, while others can also open for additional ventilation. Opening skylights are especially useful to cut down on condensation in bathrooms and ventilate food smells in the kitchen.

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Zeeland Lumber & Supply’s Energy Efficient Windows

In addition to offering beautiful additions to your home, we’re committed to providing our customers with windows that are well-insulated and energy-efficient. This means your windows have a strong seal to prevent air leakage, limit heat loss during the cold months and heat gain during the warm ones, while maximizing natural light and energy savings. Ask us about energy efficiency ratings so your new windows can save you the most energy — and money!

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