Before & After Gallery - EnergyGuard Windows & Doors


Views & Styles

Milgard Woodclad was the right choice for this Vancouver resident, the casement window gets twice the air flow and no bar in the sight line. What a difference a craftsman look can make.
Fresh air, what a difference!
In Lake Oswego, an XOX Casement added view and style, we chose Milgard Ultra Fiberglass to get a black exterior color (not shown)
Getting rid of the upper vertical bar give this Portland home a great view and an open feeling
Tweaking the grid option is often a good thing. Sometimes less is more!
Getting rid of the vertical bar will always make the window seem larger and the view MUCH better
A new entry door added light and a custom look to the front
Lowering the Bedroom window to an XOX gives the front elevation balance, while the grids on the sides accent nicely – leaving the center open for a clean view
Lowering a 36” tall bedroom window updates the look, increases light and meets the current egress code (even though you don’t need to)
Going to a large picture window and an awning window on the first floor really increased their view
A picture window seems to look a third larger
A classic craft American door adds light and style to the entry (having the product pre-stained is also an option)
What a difference this door made in this Lake Oswego home
Adding a cottage grid to this French patio sliding door is a nice touch
EnergyGuard does interior doors too!

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Construction Changes

This Chehalem Mountain property dramatically enhanced their light and spectacular views by lowering the west window and adding large awning windows over the kitchen counter
Removing the center post turns 2 windows into 1 larger window, less break-up and a more custom look
Lowering this bedroom window with a bay window, mentally creates a larger room without adding square footage in this Beaverton home
This Portland customer wanted a unique look from the outside, while making the smaller living room seem larger
We removed old wood windows (with dry rot), lowered the main front window to match the side window and added new interior jambs and casing – no more maintenance at this home
This Portland gardener wanted access from the master bedroom and balance from the back porch for visiting guests coming to see his wonderful green thumb
Building a large deck with access from the family room was important for this Gresham customer, while adding a hinged door and gaining more wall space in the kitchen
A deck with a way to get there? Not a problem for EnergyGuard! Why not update that bay window while we’re at it?
Happy Anniversary, Sweetheart!
This Gresham household wanted a paver patio, a water feature and good access from the family room
This Sherwood home window leaked for the longest time, so why not change the design while fixing an aggravating problem?

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Windows & Doors

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