Milgard offers beautiful, comfortable, energy efficient windows and patio doors to help you create the perfect home.
Milgard custom windows are designed to make a bold statement in any home
California Replacement Windows is an Authorized Milgard® Windows Dealer.
Create a beautiful home with high quality, energy efficient windows. Discover all the choices available and get inspired.
Our top of the line vinyl window with premium features, an elegant style and exceptional performance
Traditional, Even Sightlines
A contemporary vinyl window with the maximum available viewable glass area.
Contemporary, Even Sightlines
Choosing the Right Window
Wondering how to choose the right window for your home? It can be hard to decide between vinyl, fiberglass, wood or aluminum windows. Request a free, no-obligation consultation with California Replacement Windows - A Milgard Certified Dealer in Orange County.
We service the entire Southern California and can answer your questions and help make the dream of new windows a reality.
With the Aluminum Series single hung window, the lower panel slides vertically upward when opened and it overlays into the stationary top panel. You can close and lock the window securely, in one motion, with the spring action lock. If the window is closed, it's locked.
Horizontal sliders are one of the most common aluminum window styles seen in homes today. You can select which side opens, either left or right. The spring action lock lets you easily see if your window is closed and locked.
All our aluminum windows are built to your exact specifications. Aluminum casement windows can be easily combined with other casements or operating styles for a dramatic effect. Casement windows open to the exterior of the home with a side hinge, similar to a door.
Aluminum Series awning windows are durable with clean lines and a modern look. This window hinges at the top and opens with a crank handle to ventilate your home without rain or leaves blowing in. Popular option in living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms.
Bay windows are commonly used for window seats and often have three separate panels. Generally shown with one large unit in the center flanked by a smaller unit on either side that opens for ventilation.