The Right Windows For You

The thought of replacing all or most of your old windows with new ones can be daunting and understandably so. Replacing windows throughout your house could be expensive, not to mention inconvenient but don’t get too discouraged right away. With proper planning to ensure you install the right windows, ones that meet your needs, vision, and budget, this could be one of the best and most financially wise decisions of your life.


Our experts will visit your home and decide what’s works best for your walls. Whether you are replacing old windows or installing into a new home, we will make it easy and keep you on a budget!

Windows Operating Styles

Home windows come in many styles. They can be used in combinations of the same window, such as a bank of casement windows, or you can mix them up, such as a picture window flanked by two casement windows.


Horizontal sliding windows are a common style that is very easy to use. The sash slides either to the left or right, depending on where you wish to direct the airflow in the room. Sliders are a good option for larger window sizes.


For single-hung windows, the bottom sash slides up and down to open and close the window. The top sash stays in place and allows light to enter the home, but not airflow. Because they open vertically, they save space when the exterior faces a patio or walking path.


With double-hung windows, both the top and bottom sash are operable. Plus, they are easy to clean because the sashes tilt inward, which may be important to you if your window is on a second story. They also offer the same space saving-convenience of a single-hung window.


Casement windows have a hinge on one side and open outward by rotating a crank-style handle. Because they open like a door, they allow the maximum amount of ventilation into the home. They offer an unobstructed view, similar to a picture window because there is no rail in the center.


With an awning window, the sash is hinged at the top and swings outward. This allows air to flow into the home with side-to-side ventilation while helping to keep the rain out. This style of window tends to be smaller in size and is often wider than it is tall.



Picture windows provide an unobstructed view of the outside for maximum daylighting. Picture windows are fixed and do not open making them ideal for rooms that need more natural light.


Radius windows have an arched top and a rectangular bottom. The curve can be subtle or more rounded like a half-circle. These windows are decorative in style and bring a softness to the room.


Bay and Bow windows provide a dramatic accent to exterior walls for added curb appeal. You’ll also gain interior space in your home for furnishings or a permanent window seat. Bay and Bow windows can be flanked with casement windows or single hung windows for ventilation and additional light.


Garden windows extend out from the house in a boxed format. There is a fixed panel at the back allowing daylight to shine on the interior shelf to grow potted plants. Side panels offer ventilation.

Doors Operating Styles

Elevate any space in your home with the perfect patio doors. From classic sliding doors to bifold glass walls, our beautiful doors deliver protection from the elements, secure transitions and welcoming entryways

Sliding Glass Doors

Engineered to slide along a narrow track, these doors glide gracefully and effortlessly. This feature is especially beneficial for those homeowners who intend on aging in place.

Sliding glass doors bring a good deal of sunlight into the home. This added sunlight has health benefits and can help lower energy costs.

Sliding glass doors have the option for larger panel sizes for great views outside. These views can enrich the homeowner’s experience and increase the home’s resale value.

Swinging Patio Doors

French doors have been prized for centuries for their beauty. Offering numerous types of grid patterns and glass options, swing doors can add instant charm to your home.

Out-swing doors that open to a deck, patio, or balcony can merge the interior and exterior of a home by keeping them open when entertaining.

Swing doors are ideal for home offices or studies as they allow privacy while still being able to view the adjacent space.

Pocket Glass Walls

Aluminum pocket doors are “thermally broken,” which means the door frame and glass contain an insulating strip that helps your home maintain a consistent temperature for energy efficiency.

When pocket doors are fully open, there’s no evidence that there was a barrier between the interior and exterior. This look truly captures the essence of “bringing the outside in.”

The narrow frame profile creates a modern look and even sightlines offer a beautiful design aesthetic you’ll be proud to display in your home.

Bi-Fold Glass Walls

The Thermally Broken Aluminum design provides your home with the year-round, energy efficient comfort you’re looking for.

Bringing in great amounts of natural light and fresh air, bi-fold doors have a natural ability to get attention. Whether open or closed, these doors will turn heads.

Available in standard or a custom sizes, aluminum bi-fold doors are strong and built to last.

Stacking Glass Walls

Beauty coupled with energy performance, today’s stacking doors boast energy-efficient features, like Low-E coatings and gas fills.

The modern design and narrow frames offer a contemporary style to create the look you’ve always wanted.

Enjoy indoor / outdoor living and get ready to entertain as this door invites people to linger inside and out.


Our experts will visit your home and decide what’s works best for your walls. Whether you are replacing old windows or installing into a new home, we will make it easy and keep you on a budget!


Our experts will visit your home and decide what’s works best for your walls. Whether you are replacing old windows or installing into a new home, we will make it easy and keep you on a budget!

Frame Materials

From the insulated glass to the hardware, each component of a window is encapsulated within the frame. A well-crafted frame begins with high-grade materials that are transformed into windows through a strict quality control process.
We select frame materials with purpose and stand behind every finished product to provide long-lasting performance.


Vinyl frames are made primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This material has many advantages, including being virtually maintenance-free. Budget Window Pros uses vinyl produced in controlled environments to exact standards.


Fiberglass frames are essentially composed of glass fibers and resin, materials that expand and contract very little with temperature changes in the weather.


Light yet strong, aluminum windows can be configured into a wide variety of combinations. The narrowness of the frame places the focus on the glass and subsequently, the view it offers.


Wood has always been praised for its beauty and natural insulating properties inside the home–but presented real challenges in terms of durability on the exterior.

Architectural styles

Get inspired. River City Windows will match windows to your home’s architectural design.
Elevate curb appeal with beautiful windows while keeping true to your home’s distinct style. From Cape Cod, Colonial, Tudor and modern, to Ranch, Mediterranean, Victorian and more, we will ensure your windows are suited to your home.


Originated in 17th century New England, Cape Cod homes are generally one-and-a-half stories with a steeply pitched roof. Traditional in style, windows are generally multi-paned with shutters on each side.


Colonial homes have wide and varied styles due to influences from Dutch, French, Spanish, New England, and Georgian architecture. Like other traditional-style homes, Colonial homes are often fitted with multi-paned windows and shutters. Ventilation is important in Colonial homes due to its older structure with little or no open space layout.


The Tudor style has been around for several hundred years, developing out of fifteenth-century English during the Tudor period. Defining features include brick and stone exterior, arched doorways, and combinations of tall, narrow windows with dark trim. Many of these homes contain exposed wood features that the windows may match or complement.


Clean lines, smooth surfaces, and lots of light encompass the look of contemporary homes. Ornamentation is kept at a minimum to focus on large perceived space and welcome indoor-outdoor living.


American Craftsman style and bungalows are variations of an affordable housing type that swept across America in the early twentieth century. Distinguished with many low-pitched windows and an open floor plan, craftsman and bungalow homes are ideally suited for mild California climates. Bungalow style houses typically have plenty of natural light. The style was initially marked by its modernity and break away from the ornate Victorian-style homes. Craftsman bungalows are now popular with homeowners who want to restore a historic house as many are over 100 years old. Many of these homes have wood features that replacement windows may match or complement.


Frank Lloyd Wright revolutionized the American home when he began to design “Prairie” style houses. Rooms were a direct contrast to the Victorian era style; rather than ‘boxed in’, the interior spaces were open. Mostly an upper class or upper-middle-class movement, prairie style homes usually have low-pitched roofs, horizontal lines, and open interior spaces.


Ranch/Split-Level homes become popular as suburbia expanded to accommodate the growth of families in post-World War II America. Split-level is a variation of the raised Ranch style with a basement, main floor and upstairs. The basement often features a garage that is level with the driveway. Large windows and sliding glass doors are popular in Ranch/Split level homes as the architecture lends towards a more contemporary style.


As the name suggests, Spanish/Mediterranean/Stucco homes are influenced by the region in its descriptive. This ranges from older homes with small windows and large doors topped by arch windows, to new-style Mediterranean homes that have larger windows.


During the twentieth century Industrial Revolution in Great Britain, millions of houses were built in a housing boom now referred to as “Victorian” houses. In the United States, Victorian-era houses often include ornate décor with elaborate details, a multitude of trim and bold color palette.


Our experts will visit your home and decide what’s works best for your walls. Whether you are replacing old windows or installing into a new home, we will make it easy and keep you on a budget!

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