Vinyl

The most popular, affordable and durable material in use. Vinyl does not show scratches, is very thermal resistant and will be easy on your budget.

Vinyl windows are immune to changes in weather, very low maintenance and have a long life span.

Color:

Vinyl windows come in a white or tan color that works for most decors, and, for an additional cost, we can order a factory-finished color to match your home.Since they are the same color inside and out, the material won’t show scratches or dings the way other material might. You or your child can give those windows a lifetime of use and they will still look fantastic for years to come.

Frames come in tan or black, but should be left unpainted to protect the warranty, as the material may be compromised by a third-party coat of paint. The neutral colors available for vinyl windows should work with most any décor.

Environmentalism:

Not every PVC is the same: vinyl products are created from a scientific process that is much like a recipe. One may have more titanium dioxide than another, making it more heat-resistant; another may create more rigidity. While PVC has gotten bad press in recent years, those concerned about environmental issues can rest easy. Industrial waste from PVC manufacturing can be 100% recycled and up to 80% of post-industrial PVC is being reclaimed and recycled. So, your windows are not only efficient and attractive, they are earth-friendly, too.

Versatility:

Vinyl windows come in a variety of styles and qualities. Some are designed to buffer against loud noises, so if you live near a busy street, business or airport, these windows will keep the interior of your house quiet all year around. Some are sleek, providing a modern aesthetic, while others have a more traditional feel.