You will love the variety and quality of windows available from our experts.

At Covenant Roofing & Construction we believe that home improvement projects should do more than enhance your curb appeal. This investment should upgrade energy efficiency resulting in lower utility usage while being constructed from the finest materials designed to minimize environmental impact.  For this reason we partner with KHPP, one of the country’s top window replacement companies.  All products used are designed with superior value and industry leading technology to make you the envy of the neighborhood.


Breathe new life into your home with our Genesis and Ascent windows.

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About Us

Covenant Solar & Roofing is locally owned and is North Carolina’s top rated solar and roofing company. Located in Raleigh, NC, we specialize in providing commercial, residential, and nonprofits with roofing and energy efficiency solutions across America. We provide our clients with high-quality, reasonably priced roofing and solar energy systems installed by the most experienced installers in the industry.

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Each step of the design process was questioned in order to achieve the ideal replacement window and door. A finished product that the industry would be measured by for its balance of appearance, security and performance.

Every Genesis and Ascent window includes a lifetime, transferable warranty and lifetime, no-fault glass breakage.

SAFETY AND SECURITY: Your Home Is Your Castle—Defend it Like One!


 Our windows are enhanced with Titanium Dioxide to shelter your home from damaging Ultraviolet rays.  They are also engineered to be phthalate free, meaning they will never emit toxic off-gasses and are injected with EcoClean foam filling for greater energy efficiency and reduced condensation.  Each window corner undergoes four-point computerized fusion linked welds to seal the unit, giving our product the assurance of an unbreakable design.


In the scorching days of summer, we want the interior of your windows to be cooler than the walls supporting them. Conversely, in the middle of winter, we want your interior glass to be as warm as your walls.  With that in mind, In 1974, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) began development of a new glass system that would reduce energy consumption and associated carbon emissions as part of a research program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.  We call this “Heat Mirror Technology”, the standard of high-performance glass systems around the world.

Heat Mirror