Vinyl Window Replacement
If you’re considering replacing your old windows, vinyl may be a wise option. Vinyl windows are relatively inexpensive and offer years of low maintenance use. Vinyl window frames are fabricated from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Although other materials may be used for hardware and reinforcement, the primary material is the PVC. Vinyl offers many desirable qualities, such as low cost, little to no maintenance, and energy efficiency. The Glass West Window Replacement Sacramento team has proudly served the Greater Sacramento Area since 1995!
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Glass West is Your Premier Vinyl Window Replacement Sacramento Specialist
Glass West has served the Greater Sacramento Area since 1995. We offer expert vinyl window installation for residential and commercial buildings. Contact our experienced Sacramento building contractor for a free design consultation or free window replacement estimate today!
The Advantages of Vinyl — Energy Efficient and Effortless to Maintain.
One of the most desirable aspects of vinyl windows is their ease of maintenance. Vinyl windows never have to be painted. Due to vinyl’s material composition, vinyl windows are available in virtually any color—making them a great choice for those seeking a low maintenance option with style. Your vinyl windows may occasionally need to be cleaned of surface dust and debris. Normally, all that is required is a damp cloth. However, if your windows have built on dirt, simply scrub the window frames with a non-abrasive detergent for a ‘like-new’ appearance.
In many cases, you will make up the cost of replacing your windows with the savings from your energy bills within only a few years. When paired with double-paned glass, vinyl windows providegood insulation and are energy efficient. Vinyl windows are constructed of material that can be recycled, so there is less impact on the environment from construction waste.
Vinyl does not warp, dent, swell, or otherwise distort its shape, so the windows will remain easy to operate for years to come. Vinyl also has a self-lubricating property, which helps to enhance its ability to slide.