Basement Egress Windows & Well Options in Green Bay & Surrounding Areas

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Building codes require that finished basement living areas have an emergency egress - an egress window large enough to allow safe exit out of the space in case of an emergency. A large window well with a step in it must also be used outside the egress window.

Sure-Dry is an authorized installer of DuraWell Egress Systems. In addition to providing a safe exit, our egress windows allow more natural light and fresh air into the basement to make the space feel larger and more inviting.

If you're planning on finishing your basement now or in the future, save yourself time and hassle by including egress window installation as part of your basement waterproofing project.

We are your professional egress window contractors in Appleton and Greater Green Bay. Call or click below to request your free estimate!

Why install egress windows?

  • Dark Basement

    Lower-level spaces often lack natural light, especially in older homes. Installing egress windows is a great way to brighten up a dark basement. They allow natural light to enter the basement, creating a more pleasant and inviting atmosphere and helping the space feel larger.

  • Old Basement Windows

    Many older basement windows are made out of steel or wood. Unfortunately, these materials often begin to rust, corrode, and decay as they age, leading to water leaks, drafts, mold growth, pest infestations, and other issues. Replacing old basement windows with egress windows eliminates these problems while improving aesthetic appeal, safety, and energy efficiency. Egress windows also help boost airflow and ventilation, protecting your basement from moisture intrusion, odors, and mold growth.

  • No Emergency Exit

    Local building codes often require basement bedrooms and living spaces to have egress windows to meet safety standards. Egress windows are designed to provide occupants with a secondary way to escape if the main exit is blocked or inaccessible during an emergency. If a fire or other emergency occurs, an egress window ensures occupants have a safe, easy-to-access exit.

Why install a DuraWell Egress Window Well System?

DuraWell offers an attractive alternative to ugly window wells, while providing a safe, code-compliant basement egress. Click the arrows below to learn more about the features and benefits of our egress window wells.

  • Durable, one-piece design

    Egress Window Istallation

    A commonly used well has been a plastic design of flat parts that snap together to form the walls and steps. A problem lies in its durability; its ability to hold back the heavy earth and water.

    DuraWell's one-piece design keeps your window well safe from the elements. No need to worry about rust or rot, DuraWell will withstand it all.

  • Engineered for safety

    DuraWell Egress Window Istallation

    In window wells that are deeper than 44 inches below ground level, the IRC Egress Code requires there to be steps or permanently affixed ladders to accommodate exiting the basement.

    DuraWell utilizes a built-in ladder with 12" steps to promote safe and easy emergency exit.

  • Durable window well covers

    DuraWell's window well covers cover keeps leaves and debris out while allowing natural sunlight and fresh outside air to enter your basement.

  • Beautiful stone look

    Inside View of Egress Window

    DuraWell has duplicated the look of real stone so you don't have to look out of your new basement windows at a plastic-looking well. These egress window wells add curb appeal and a pleasing view from both inside and outside the house. An integral step allows easy exit (if ever needed).

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Learn more about the egress window installation process.

When you have a DuraWell egress window well installed in your basement, you won't have to worry about rust or rotting. These egress windows are constructed to withstand UV rays, rain, and snow.

Contact us to request an on-site consultation at no cost to you. Your basement expert will discuss all the product features and options and provide you with a free written estimate to install egress windows and any other basement waterproofing products you might need.

We are the area's experienced waterproofing contractors serving Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Fond Du Lac, Wausau, Manitowoc, Neenah, Stevens Point, Wisconsin Rapids and many areas nearby.

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