What is the Best Material for Windows?
Windows play several crucial roles for your home, affecting everything from its security and energy efficiency to its interior and exterior appearance. That’s why if you’re searching for new replacement windows, it is worth knowing which type of material would be the best choice for your home, taste, and budget. At SpringHouse Window & Door, we offer several different types of window options, including:
- Wood – Wood windows are a timeless choice for any home; especially ones of historical significance. They’re popular for the polished and sophisticated look they offer, and high-quality wood windows also provide exceptional strength and energy efficiency. Our wood windows from Marvin have extruded aluminum-clad exterior with commercial-grade high performance PVDF fluoropolymer finish that meets the toughest American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 2605 standard, so virtually no maintenance will be required to keep them looking their best.
- Fiberglass – Fiberglass windows are among the strongest windows on the market today. They’re a great alternative to wood, as they can be made to mimic its appearance and require no maintenance. These windows are also immensely strong and energy efficient, making them a great long-term investment.
- Vinyl – Vinyl windows are the most popular type of window choice on the market, as they are more affordable than other types of windows and provide an array of benefits, including energy efficiency, beauty, and no-fuss durability.
Let Us Help You Choose
At SpringHouse Window & Door, we will use our extensive knowledge to help you choose the window material that best suits your needs and preferences. Since our windows are made by the foremost manufacturers in the industry, including Marvin and Sunrise, you can rest assured that whatever you choose, you’ll receive the utmost value for your investment.
Contact SpringHouse Window & Door today to learn more about the wood, vinyl, and fiberglass windows we offer to homeowners in in the Southeastern Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware, areas.