When you choose vinyl windows, you are choosing low-maintenance, affordability, and a great return on your investment. Vinyl windows, like others, can be ordered as a replacement or new construction windows. They offer energy efficiency, and specifically in Massachusetts, homeowners are able to receive tax credits. These tax credits can reflect saving thousands of dollars annually on heating and cooling bills. With Vinyl windows, homeowners can expect a strong, durable and solid product that gives a great value to the exterior of your home.
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Are Vinyl Windows Better
You’ve made the decision to replace your windows. and now you need to make a choice on what kind of windows you are going to install. So which material is best. Wood or vinyl windows? There is a lot of conflicting information about the choices you have.
The good news is you don’t have to be overwhelmed by a complicated or uninformed decision. Once you do a head-to-head comparison, you’ll see that vinyl is simply a better choice than other materials. It’s certainly superior to aluminum windows and doors – which easily conducts heat and cold making them far less energy efficient. And, as you’re about to discover, vinyl outperforms wood, too.
Sure, wood and vinyl windows may perform similarly when it comes to energy efficiency, but when you consider ease of installation, wood’s maintenance requirements and the availability of rich, textured, realistic woodgrain laminates for vinyl windows, vinyl becomes the outstanding choice for all these reasons:
- Low maintenance
- Great insulating value
- Beauty and appearance of wood without the hassle of maintaining it
- Strength and durability
- Excellent resistance to rotting, corrosion, salt air, termites and air pollutants.
Making the right choice for your new or replacement windows is the first step. Next step, find the right expert to install the windows at a reasonable price that has the experience and expertise to get the job done right.
Contact Reliable Window and Siding with any vinyl window questions and get your free estimate today!