Window Types

Window Materials

Wood, All-Fiberglass, Aluminum Thermal-Break, and All-Vinyl Are Very Popular!

Learn more about each below

Wood Replacement Windows

Wood windows can provide many unique benefits, like the strength and beauty of wood, and ENERGY STAR certified products. Wood is the original window material and offers vast design options as it can be painted or stained to compliment your unique home. Choose from a variety of options, like optional aluminum clad protective exteriors that comes in a variety of colors to fit virtually any home or budget.

Fiberglass Replacement Windows

Fiberglass windows offer strength and durability with the ability to withstand extreme temperatures. Fiberglass is a low-maintenance material with a quality look. Choose your window style and enjoy the quality look and energy efficiency of fiberglass.

Vinyl Replacment Windows

Fiberglass windows offer strength and durability with the ability to withstand extreme temperatures. Fiberglass is a low-maintenance material with a quality look. Choose your window style and enjoy the quality look and energy efficiency of fiberglass.

Aluminum Thermal-Break Windows

Not all “aluminum windows” are the same! Our commercial-grade aluminum windows feature a thermal break that separates the inside metal from the outside metal with very high-density catalyzed polyurethane. These windows set our aluminum lines apart from conventional, old-fashioned typical aluminum windows that have no thermal breaks. Among those that do, be careful to make sure you notice the differences. For example, ours feature wide thermal breaks in the jambs, heads, sills, and all sashes of our windows; and the breaks align for maximum thermal performance. Lesser windows have thinner breaks, may not align, and may even have no thermal break in their sashes or sills. Our windows fight condensation and have significantly better insulating values than any cheap “builder grade” aluminum window.  

Commercial Windows and Architectural Windows available.