In 1980, our family-owned company started operation in Terrebonne Parish under the ownership of Greg, Gwen and Chris Eaton. Since then, we have been providing Southeast LA with economical and durable window, screen, and door products. Today, we are staffed by experienced professionals, namely Willie, Larry and Jeanie.
We have served the Houma community for over 35 years. Over this span of time, we have gained numerous customers from the parishes of Terrebonne, Assumption, Jefferson, and Lafourche. We also supply screens, doors, and windows to clients located within 50 miles of our office in Houma.
Here at NRG Window & Screen, we value our customers’ satisfaction. That is why we ensure that all your needs are met and that our products are of the highest quality. This has led us to get accredited by the Better Business Bureau. We are also licensed to operate locally.
If you ever need single pane and double insulated windows, insect and solar screens, retractable screens, and storm doors in Southeast LA, we are the company to call. NRG also creates glass and screen patio enclosures, as well as replaces single and double insulated glass.
All of our products are custom-made using the finest materials. The products we offer are manufactured and installed only by highly skilled and experienced people.
How do insulated windows work to lower my energy bill?
Insulated windows work as a buffer zone between the outside air temperature and the air temperature in your home. Instead of the two different temperatures meeting on one pane of glass, there are two panes of glass with argon gas between them that separate the inside air from outside air.
Do the insulated windows help to keep out noise?
Yes. Insulated windows do a very good job with this. The frame and glass of a vinyl insulated window have “dead air” spaces with non-circulating air. This reduces the sound waves coming into the home.
Can windows be installed into an existing brick home?
Yes. All of our windows are built to fit the window openings in your house. Your old windows are removed, and the new windows are slipped into place. They are then anchored to the 2x4's and sealed to the outside and inside structure.
How do sunscreens work?
Sunscreen is just what it sounds like. It is a screen with a thicker mesh than regular screens. This helps shade the window behind it and reduce heat gain through the said window.