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Before & After: Sunroom Window Replacement


Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Elkton, MD
  • Area of Structure Involved: Sunroom
  • Window Materials Used: Large casement windows


old awning windows with poor design

interior of old awning window before replacement

old stacked awning windows on sunroom


new large casement windows in sunroom replacement project

interior view of large replacement casement windows

large fixed replacement window in sunroom

sunroom window repkacement

window replacement in sunroom

replacement window project on sunroom

The homeowners of this classic Elkton, MD home were eager to replace the old non-Pella windows in their sunroom. The old windows needed replaced because of poor performance and design. We replaced the wall of many small awning windows with one large fixed window. This large fixed window makes the space much brighter and has an unobstructed view to the lake. The stacked awning windows on the side of the sunroom were replaced with large casement windows. The new casement windows provide the sunroom with much better ventilation. 

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About The Author

Geoffrey Geibel is the Regional Manager of the Gunton Corporation's Philadelphia and Harrisburg markets which includes parts of Delaware, New Jersey, and Maryland. He has over 20 years of industry experience and has partnered with both homeowners and contractors. Before his leadership roles at Gunton, he was a top sales representative in both the Trade & Retail segments. Geoff’s greatest strengths include empathy, drive, and leadership. Raised in Central New York, Geoff now resides in Pennsylvania with his wife and four children.

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