Enchantment Windows & Doors

Windows and Doors Made for Albuquerque’s High Desert Climate
Window looking out at foothills of Albuquerque mountains

Proudly serving the Albuquerque region since 1999, Enchantment Windows and Doors provides residential and commercial window and door replacements designed to withstand the extreme high-desert climate and altitude.

Expert Window & Door Services in Albuquerque, NM

Enchantment Windows and Doors has over 24 years of experience in Albuquerque region residential window and door replacement services. Enchantment Windows and Doors carries and installs premium window brands of Milgard, MI, Anderson, and Simonton windows. We also carry and install top-of-the-line patio doors, sliding patio doors, entry doors, and French doors from premium brands, including Provia Doors, Milgard, and Simonton. Our staff and installers have years of industry knowledge, offering the best products and residential window and door replacement services in the Albuquerque region with straightforward pricing and honest sales practices.

Kitchen window with sink, cabinets and counter

Replacement Windows

If you’re in the market for replacement windows, Enchantment Windows and Doors has a wide variety of styles and sizes to choose from, ensuring that you can find the perfect fit for your home. Enchantment Windows and Doors carries and installs premium window brands of Milgard, MI, Anderson, and Simonton windows. Our windows are made with high-quality materials and manufacturing techniques, ensuring that they can withstand the harsh high-desert climate, provide reliable performance for years to come, and are energy efficient. When it comes to style, Enchantment Windows and Doors has you covered. We offer a range of vinyl window styles, including double-hung, single-hung, slider, casement, awning, and picture windows.

Back Patio glass doors

Replacement Doors

At Enchantment Windows and Doors, we specialize in replacement doors for the Albuquerque region. We offer a wide selection of high-quality doors that are designed to be energy-efficient, cost-effective, and stylish that are durable and built for the extreme high-desert climate we live in. There are many benefits with choosing Enchantment Windows and Doors for your door replacement, from providing cost-effective options, having a wide selection of styles, as well as our doors are EnergyStar certified helping you reduce energy usage and save you money on utility bills. Our doors also provide enhanced security while still having an elegant and stylish design. We have many options available including patio sliding doors, entry doors, French doors, as well as hinged patio doors.   

Designed for Albuquerque’s High-Desert Climate

Corner windows with white trim on a stucco house
Back patio glass sliding doors and windows with black trim
Windows that are opaque surrounding a bathtub in a bathroom

One of the main concerns for homeowners in high-desert climates is the extreme temperature fluctuations that can occur throughout the year. This is where Enchantment Windows and Doors really shines, as we offer a range of energy-efficient windows and doors that are specifically designed to keep homes comfortable and energy-efficient, regardless of the outside temperature or weather conditions.

Based in Albuquerque, new mexico

We Are Local

At Enchantment Windows and Doors, we have been serving the Albuquerque region since 1999. We are a family-owned and operated local business, assisting our neighbors with high-quality window and door replacements. Our window and door showroom is located in Albuquerque, where we can best assist and serve our community and neighbors.

Straightforward Pricing & Honest Sales Process

We provide upfront pricing and truthful sales with no gimmicks, fake discounts, or high-pressure sales techniques.

Milgard Patio Glass Door- Sliding- Wood Look
Kitchen windows with small tea roses in a vase
three house plants in pots in front of rain on a window
Coffee cup and candle in the window that is rainy

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