Posts Tagged:Tips

Are vinyl windows easy to maintain? Yes, vinyl windows are the easiest replacement windows to maintain. Unlike wood, which can chip and warp with the elements, vinyl windows hold their form and are basically “no maintenance” outside of cleaning, and even the rain will take care of much of that. Does it make sense to…

Introduction The windows of your home are more than just a source of light and fresh air. They’re also an important part of the aesthetics of your home. Choosing the right window design can make all the difference to how your house looks on the outside, so it’s worth taking the time to make sure…

What is Window Heat and Where Does it Come From? As your window replacement company in Greater Boston, we know that you want to keep your home as comfortable as possible. That means making sure that drafts are minimized and heat loss is prevented. First thing’s first… Check your windows! Old, drafty windows are often…

If it’s your first time considering replacement windows, it can often be a tricky process to navigate. Between aggressive sales tactics and not knowing what’s right for you, it’s important to have as much info as you can when considering investing in replacement windows. So, here are the top three signs you should replace your…

The Jeff Fisher Story

Hi. I'm Jeff, the owner of Fisher Windows. For the past 25+ years, I've been focused on growing a business based on respect for our customers and employees. Now a second-generation family run business, I'm proud of the reputation we've built for superior service and customer satisfaction. We can't wait to welcome you to the Fisher family.

Learn More
Meet the Crew

Our team of friendly and courteous professionals are focused on your complete satisfaction. Get to know us!

Learn More
What Our Clients Say
We couldn't be happier with the team at Fisher Windows. From sales to permitting to installation, they were professional, fast, and easy to work with.— Tomer C.
Based in Waltham, we serve the Greater Boston area including Needham, Newton, Belmont, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville.