Replacement windows for your home

Replacement windows: compare the options.

Wood, Aluminum, Vinyl or Fiberglass?

Increased energy efficiency and curb appeal are two important benefits of installing replacement windows in your home. But, with so many options to choose from, it's worth taking a look at what kind of window is right for you.

Traditional Wood

Looking to keep the exact look of your present home but want high energy efficiency? Wood replacement windows could be your ideal choice. While wood replacement windows have many features that make them superior, wood replacement windows still need regular maintenance, including painting.

Flexible Aluminum

Aluminum was the first material used to manufacture replacement windows. Although ideal for achieving a customized window design, aluminum replacement windows are not quite as energy efficient as other options. Much like wood, they can be painted.

Very Easy Vinyl

As one of today's most popular choices, vinyl replacement windows are strong and energy efficient. They come in a wide variety of colors, designs and prices. Another advantage of vinyl replacement windows is that they come in a wide range of sizes, so vinyl windows can be installed in almost any replacement window job. Best of all, vinyl replacement windows need almost no maintenance.

Fabulous Fiberglass

Fiberglass replacement windows are relatively new. Made in a wide range of colors, fiberglass replacement windows offer the best energy efficiency. Along with being able to hold extremely large pieces of glass, fiberglass windows don't corrode, swell, or rot. And, fiberglass replacement windows can be painted to achieve a truly custom look.

If you're looking to bring increased savings and reduced maintenance while adding to the resale value of your home, window replacements could be just the facelift your home (and your wallet) could use.

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