• What type of window project is this?
  • Window replacement and installation
  • Window and glass repair
  • How many windows are involved?
  • 1
  • 2

  • 3-5
  • 6-9

Window Materials

Window frames are now available in a variety of different materials. Your options include wood windows, vinyl windows, vinyl clad wood windows, steel windows, aluminum windows, fiberglass windows, and composite plastic windows. Each material offers a unique look and feel, as well as different levels of energy efficiency. Additional differing features include level of maintenance, durability and cost.

Vinyl windows are reasonably priced, durable, and remarkably energy efficient. Steel windows are common in industrial buildings. Aluminum windows have several of the qualities associated with steel windows, except you don't have to paint them or worry about them rusting. Fiberglass windows are relatively new to the replacement window market; however the material itself has been around for a long time. Lastly, composite windows feature a sash and frame that are made from more than one kind of material. To find out more information on window materials please follow the links provided below:

Interested in More Information in Vinyl Windows?

Vinyl windows could be the right match for you and your home’s needs. However, you'll want to make sure you are choosing the right window material for your home and your budget. If you would like to find out if vinyl windows will work for you, we offer Free Replacement Window Quotes from local, reliable contractors.

Upgrading or Replacing Windows

As a homeowner, at some time or another it is very likely that you will be interested in replacement windows for your home. Upgrading or replacing your windows is a very popular renovation project. Windows, like most things in life, deteriorate as they age. Over the years you will start to notice the appearance and function of your windows beginning to weaken.

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows bring more to the table than your average window. This is mainly because bay and bow windows are combinations of windows that extend out from your house and capture a wide outside view. Regardless of whether you have limited wall space, these windows allow you to utilize more windows thus creating more of a view while taking up a limited amount of space.

Lower Heating & Cooling Bills

The cost of energy is on an uphill slope and will most likely continue to rise for sometime now. For this reason, homeowners are incessantly looking for ways to optimize the energy efficiency of their homes. There are several ways to accomplish this, but one of the most common ways includes installing replacement windows. New replacement windows, such as vinyl replacement windows, can help to increase the efficiency of your home’s heating and cooling system.