Window Services

When looking to replace your home’s windows, many factors need to be taken into consideration. Your desired look, price per window, and durability all play important roles in deciding whether or not vinyl or wood windows are best for your home. There is no “wrong” option when it comes to finding the right windows for your home, simply an evaluation of priorities, budget, and aesthetics. Our experts will work with you on your home project to ensure the perfect windows are picked for your home, both technically and visually.

Wood Windows

Wood windows are popular and dependable, the go-to choice for many decades. Visually, their look is difficult to replicate and can give your home a very specific and unique look and feel. Their life is also longer on average than vinyl windows. However, their price on average will be a larger investment than vinyl windows, due to the materials used and treatments the wood needs to undergo in order to be protected from the elements. That being said, given the longer lifespan, that upfront investment might be worth it for you and your home in the long run. Wood windows can also be stained and painted a variety of colors, making sure they fit your home’s needs to a tee.

  • Sturdy and dependable

  • Visually appealing and customizable

  • More expensive upfront, but have a longer lifespan

  • Very cost-effective price per window

  • Easy and quick installation

  • Shorter lifespan but no maintenance required

Vinyl Windows

Vinyl windows are a popular and more affordable option for your replacement windows. Because of the lightweight plastic materials, they are made out of, they will never have the risk of warping, rot, or ultraviolet light from deteriorating the frame. They typically have hollow cores, but you can buy frames with a foam filling for extra insulation, keeping the energy costs low. Vinyl windows will take less time overall to install and do not need as much preparation as wood windows do in order to provide peak protection to your home. Although they don’t require much maintenance year over year, their lifespan is shorter than that of wood and will need replacing sooner.

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