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Window Materials

  • Aesthetic: Wooden windows have a traditional charm that looks great in older or modern homes. There are many different types of wood to choose from, and they can be painted or stained different colors to work with just about any design that you have in mind.

  • Insulation: Wood is an excellent insulator, and wooden windows can be highly efficient when paired with quality insulating glass.

  • Durability: Fiberglass is one of the most durable materials used to construct windows today. Frames don’t have to be thick to provide strength and stability. Fiberglass resists weathering effectively, and the material lasts for up to 80 years according to the Pultrusion Industry Council.

  • Weather-resistant: Both fiberglass and glass expand and contract at a similar rate, making fiberglass an ideal material for window construction. 

  • Durability: Aluminum is one of the most durable frame materials available and it will handle weathering and temperature changes well.

  • Aesthetic: Due to their slim design, aluminum windows are a sleek, attractive option for homeowners seeking a modern look. Although it requires more maintenance, aluminum frames can be painted.

  • Cost: Vinyl windows prices are more affordable than wood, aluminum, and fiberglass. Even top quality vinyl windows costs are often more affordable than base options in wood or aluminum prices.

  • Versatility: Casement, picture, architectural, double hung, and single hung windows can all be produced with a vinyl frame or custom-made to a homeowner’s specifications.

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