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At American Vision Windows, we’re proud to serve the many people of Orange County. Orange County, known in general for its warm climate and many beaches, is made up of a variety of smaller cities. Whether checking out the cute beachfront shops at Seal Beach or doing some high-end shopping at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Orange County residents are sure to find what they’re looking for.
Orange County is also home to world-famous Disneyland, and the free-to-enter shopping and restaurants at Downtown Disney—not to mention Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park. Anaheim also holds Angel Stadium, home to the Anaheim Angels as well as all kinds of huge events, like the annual Harvest Crusade. Among its many cities, Orange County has over forty miles of beautiful coastline, with warm beaches even in January!
Orange County is also a great place to install new windows. With constant warm weather, it’s essential to be able to keep your air conditioning inside your home instead of letting it leak out of your windows. And how can you enjoy the beautiful views if your windows are old, are difficult to open, or have unattractive frames? With new windows, you can open your home to the beautiful scenery and enjoy the bright weather without baking in the California heat.
American Vision Windows specializes in installing double or triple-pane vinyl replacement windows, which are excellent at insulating your home while also looking fresh and beautiful. Our experts also install glass doors, including sliding doors and French doors. We even offer specialty products like the Freedom+ pet door installed within a sliding glass door, or the luxury Del Mar window series. Our windows can save homeowners money on their electricity bills, because they offer superior insulation that keeps warm or cool air inside the home. Why let your money leak out of your windows? Older windows are often poorly insulated, more easily breakable, and not properly sealed. Don’t let your home be vulnerable to pests, break-ins, and leaks.