Vinyl windows are the most popular and widely installed types of windows and doors available today, making up nearly 66% of the entire residential window market. Vinyl products require very little maintenance and are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors.
Made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride), vinyl windows are constructed from a stable material that will not warp or flex and are highly weather resistant even in the most extreme conditions. They are also resistant to bugs, cracking, and peeling and will not rust, splinter or rot.
Vinyl windows first grew in popularity due to their energy-efficient attributes, which are superior when compared to most other window materials. When combined with high insulating glass packages, vinyl windows can help reduce energy costs in all climate zones.
More recently, vinyl windows are available in a growing number of colors and finishes, adding to the versatility of their usage. Multiple extruded colors, laminates (solid colors and woodgrain appearances), and exterior painted options now exist. These extensive color options make vinyl windows even more practical for a variety of applications and aesthetic tastes.
For contractors, builders, and do-it-yourselfers, vinyl windows are a lightweight option that is easy to handle and install. In addition to energy efficiency, this ease of use is a major reason for their continued popularity and market share growth.
Vinyl windows are typically less expensive than other materials used to manufacture residential windows, such as wood and composites.
Vinyl windows are available out of all our manufacturing facilities (Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Texas).