Call us at
1-800-219-5332
Contractors Join Our Network

Window Consumer Infomation

Abcleads.com BBB Business Review   Member of NAHB

Current Board Posts

  • Saturday February 28, 2015

    V-Class by Sunrise Windows

    Not necessarily differnet companies, but they do "brand" the models independantly and have different websites... It makes sense on some levels, but...

  • Wednesday February 25, 2015

    Double vs Triple in Ohio

    Settling in on my window purchase and going over the details, and I’m trying to decide on Double vs Triple pane glass.
    I...

  • Tuesday February 24, 2015

    Problem with Gorell slider door

    I am having a problem with my Gorell slider door.
    It seems that during extremely cold temperatures (-12 degrees this morning), the door...

  • Tuesday February 24, 2015

    ViWinTech windows vs. Simonton Profinish or 5500?

    I am a homeowner going through a major remodel. I've been planning on the Simonton. We are re-doing all siding and changing...

  • Friday February 20, 2015

    Choice of Windows, 2 homes

    Hi Everyone,
    I have 2 homes that require windows.
    1. 25 year old town house, eventually will sell in 1-2 years, need...

  • Thursday February 19, 2015

    Seeking advise for mid range windows selection in North East

    Hello everyone!
    I'm about to ask what I'm sure is a very difficult and murky question: What are the best brands / models...

  • Sunday February 15, 2015

    Burris in Houston, how are they value for money

    Any comment Burris AC single hung in Houston for about $8K with 366 glass. Should we keep looking, any other windows with better...

  • Sunday February 15, 2015

    Okna vs Sunrise

    We have been quoted both Starmark (Okna)with krypton gas and Sunrise w/ultra plus and Apex (in bathroom) with argon gas. They both seem...

  • Saturday February 14, 2015

    Sunrise Options

    I'm looking at the base sunrise window (not the essential), and would like to know what if any of these options exist for...

  • Wednesday February 11, 2015

    Okna 800 or Soft-Lite Elements

    I'll try to keep it simple. We recieved two comparable quotes between two local companies for Soft-Lite Elements vs Okna 800. ...

1 of 10

Do it Yourself- Replacement Window Video

 

Vinyl Replacement Windows Benefits

 

  • Save on Heating and Cooling Costs
  • No Painting or Staining Required
  • Extremely Durable and Long Lasting
  • Economical
  • Easily Customized
  • Wide Selection of Styles
  • Easily and Quickly Installed

Windows, manufactured from Vinyl, or polyvinyl chloride (PVC), are the most prevalent material in use today and represent the largest market share in the Window remodeling business.

Highly Energy Efficient
Windows made from vinyl are strong and provide very good energy savings having moderate to high R-values meaning that they are resistant to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the resistance and the higher their energy efficiency which in the long run will save you in heating and cooling costs.

Economical and an Assortment of Styles
Vinyl Windows are one of the least expensive choices and they come in a wide range of prices. There really is a product available for every budget. This makes the installation process fairly quick thus reducing the cost of installation in your home.

In addition, you can choose from many different colors, which is actually part of the vinyl which makes them essentially scratch resistant. The only down side is that once you choose the color, you cannot change it. Vinyl Windows are not made of a material that can be painted.

Easily Customizable
They can be easily customized and are available in a wide range of styles, shapes and sizes. And you will have your choice of color as stated above.

Maintenance Free
These units never need to be scraped, painted, or stained. They are also almost 100% scratch free. Your windows whatever their age, will always look great!

Whether you are looking for esthetic reasons, energy efficiency, costs, or ease of maintenance, vinyl replacement windows are clearly your best way to go.