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Vinyl Windows: Affordability
Vinyl windows are a popular choice among home owners looking for an inexpensive alternative to other more expensive materials like solid wood and fiberglass windows without compromising on quality. The long-term savings from replacing old windows with new vinyl windows are considerable and make vinyl windows worth the cost.
Vinyl Windows are Very Energy-Efficient
One of the most recognized benefits of vinyl windows are their insulating properties. Vinyl windows are made from a plastic called polyvinyl chloride, also known as PVC. PVC has a high R-value, which is a numerical value assigned to the amount of insulation a material has. When compared with aluminum, vinyl keeps your heat from escaping during the winter but protects your home from heat entering during the summer.
Combine vinyl windows with double pane glass that is glazed with Low-E and filled with Argon gas for even more insulation. The Low-E prevents harmful UV rays from entering your home and non-toxic argon gas is pumped between the panes to act as another cushion of insulation.
The biggest advantage of a properly insulated window is an overall reduction in energy costs. Even though a window replacement project may seem financially off-putting, you can likely make up this cost in energy bills in a few years with vinyl windows.
Vinyl Windows: Maintenance
Another added benefit of vinyl windows is that they require virtually no maintenance after they’re installed. The vinyl frame comes manufactured in your desired color or finish, so there is no need to paint or stain them yourself.
Vinyl windows are less porous than wood, therefore it is harder for dirt and grime to get trapped. This makes the frame easy to clean with soap and water. If you are looking for minimal upkeep, vinyl windows are a good choice.
Vinyl Windows are Durable
Many homeowners find that vinyl windows are very durable and can last a lifetime. These windows can resist dirt, mold, scratches and dents. Rest assured that the exterior frame won’t rot or warp over time, even when exposed to the elements and harsh ultraviolet sunlight. Since this is the case, vinyl windows will last far longer than other materials.
Vinyl Windows Improve Your Home’s Value
Any new window purchase can improve your home’s value, including the purchase of new vinyl windows. Vinyl windows are available in many colors, shapes and sizes so they can be customized to fit the style and design needs of any home. Many homeowners prefer wood’s visual appeal over vinyl. However, vinyl windows can be customized to have the look and feel of wood. Many homeowners can’t even tell the difference and even prefer all of the benefits that vinyl windows provide.
Through and through, vinyl windows are the best option for homeowners that want windows that look great, are energy efficient, low-maintenance and inexpensive.