Create an Energy-Efficient Home with Windows from Pro Exteriors
Homeowners replace their old windows for a lot of reasons. New windows can cut monthly heating and cooling bills by up to one-third and keep indoor spaces stay warm all winter and cool during summer. Window replacement can also reduce exterior noise infiltration, and with the right choice of material, you can also eliminate maintenance. A new set of windows can also add curb appeal to your home.
Time for a Window Replacement: Know the Signs
If you’re planning to invest in new windows today, let Pro Exteriors help you. We recommend immediate window replacement if you see the following signs:
- Paint is beginning to peel
- Windows are drafty, painted or sealed shut, become stuck easily
- Are over 25 years old
- Ice or frost builds up during winter
- Fog or condensation forms on the windows
Your Window Material Options
To help address these issues, we are proud to offer a wide range of material options for your project. Here the features of your material options:
Vinyl – Vinyl windows represent the largest market share in the replacement window business. High-quality structural vinyl is affordable and strong. They also provide very good energy savings, with moderate to high R-values to help reduce heating and cooling costs.
Fiberglass – Thanks to advanced manufacturing techniques, fiberglass windows are among the strongest and most energy-efficient windows available. Their components are extremely durable and can be readily fabricated and customized. The resins comprising fiberglass window components are smooth and capable of accepting a wide variety of custom, color-through colors.
Wood – Wood windows are popular for custom window jobs that require unique design specifications. Wood can be painted to match any exterior color and also has better insulative properties than metal
Aluminum – Aluminum was the first type of replacement window available and continues to be one of the strongest window materials offered. Aluminum is often used as an exterior shell to strengthen wood windows, creating what is known as “clad” windows.
Composite – Composite frames combine the low maintenance of vinyl with the strength and stability of wood. Their resistance to warping, rotting, and heat transfer make them a great choice for busy homeowners who prefer the look of wood without the maintenance hassles.
At Pro Exteriors, we’re very proud of our expertise as roofers, but we are also extremely skilled and knowledgeable when it comes to windows as well. Whether you are in need of roof repair or window replacement, we possess the skills and expertise to handle the job.