5 types of replacement windows
Just like doors, windows are also the most elegant aspects of an abode. When the windows of an abode look worn-out or is rotten, it is time to look for replacement windows. The good news is that investing in replacement windows really can boost curb appeal and with the right selection, it can make an out-dated exteriors look fresh and appealing. These are windows designed to fit into the same structure that the old windows come out of. We, at Homecraft Windows replacement windows manufacturers offer various styles and options to fit any windows in Apex, Cary, Chapel Hill, Clayton, Durham, Fayetteville, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Goldsboro, Hillsborough, Holly spring, Knightdale, Morrisville, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Sanford, Wake Forest, Wendall, Wilson and Zebulon – both traditional and modern. If you really are thinking of window replacement, you can opt for any of the 5 different types of windows from us, such as:
- Fiberglass replacement windows- They are a fairly new addition to the industry. Even though they are quite expensive but boast a very high R-value, meaning that saving more on the heating bill. It determines how well a window prevents heat loss.
- Aluminum replacement windows– Aluminum have become the most popular in the recent years as they are the most durable as well as energy-efficient among the other 4 materials mentioned here.
- Vinyl replacement windows – Vinyl another popular material is also very energy-efficient and is available in a variety of styles. If condensation has been a major problem, then look out for vinyl windows, which actually keep the edges of the window warm. As condensation is created by the differences in temperature between inside and outside, so this problem can be effectively eliminated.
- Timber replacement windows- Even though timber has high R-values because of its natural insulation qualities, it requires the maximum maintainace, i.e., regular scraping and painting among all the materials available in the market.
- Fibrex- Fibrex is a blend of vinyl and timber. Use the best aspects of both to create a window that is highly energy-efficient but requires minimal maintenance.
Whichever options you would like to opt for, please feel free to discuss with us. We are just a phone call away.