The benefits of vinyl windows
Besides their modern look, we want you to know about all of the great benefits of vinyl windows! Vinyl Windows are windows made out of a plastic material, PVC. Vinyl is a good alternative to other types of window materials because of its price and energy efficiency. Some brands are as much as half the price of their wood counterparts. Vinyl windows aren’t as durable as wood windows, but they can last over 20 years.
As a team of experienced contractors who work with vinyl windows on a regular basis, we are excited to share our top 6 favorite benefits of vinyl windows! We could go on with even more reasons to love vinyl windows, but if you are interested in more information, just contact us directly, or request an estimate!
Our 7 favorite benefits of vinyl windows
They are affordable!
Vinyl windows are some of the most affordable products on the market. The material is easy to produce and manipulate. With that said, the price also depends on the size, style, and upgrades you choose to form your replacement windows.
Easy and fast installation
Another thing that makes these windows more affordable is the installation process. Because the material is light and versatile it makes the installation process easier for crews.
Vinyl is heat, water, and UV resistant. The material will not rot, mold, or warp because of the weather.
Efficiency and heat transfer is a common problem for many older windows. Vinyl has excellent insulation, preventing heat from entering or escaping your home.
Vinyl is a great insulator, and not just for heat. It also helps dampen outside noise so your home is quieter.
To clean vinyl windows frames all you need is mild detergent and water. The color will not scratch, chip, or fade. And you will never have to sand and repaint the finish on your vinyl windows.
When it comes to colors, vinyl windows do have the most limited options. That said, there are still plenty to choose from. Most brands feature a good combination of neutral shades with a few bold options if you are looking to make more of a statement.
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