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New Window Materials to Meet Your Needs

New Window Materials to Meet Your Needs

If you are searching for new windows, there are a number of details to take into consideration. Whether you encounter different climates throughout the year, or have a specific visual preference, a host of window materials are available for you to choose from.

Here’s a quick overview of window materials to consider when you start your search:

Wood: For homes with varying weather, wood window frames are an undeniable choice. When it comes to visual appeal, the style is ageless. Wood is a blank canvas allowing you to finish to the style of your home. It allows you to get an iconic look that will look great with future redecoration projects. Most wood windows have aluminum or vinyl cladding on the exterior, which can decrease external maintenance too.

Vinyl: If you’re looking for low maintenance, vinyl is the window material for you. This frame material comes in different shapes, sizes and colors to help you be stylish on a budget. Complete with sharp lines and versatility, vinyl windows are fantastic insulators.

Fiberglass: With the insulation and visual qualities of a well-made painted window, fiberglass is a great option for new window buyers. Fiberglass lasts a long time and is made of weather resistant material known for its ability to shield against extreme heat and cold. As a newer type of window material, fiberglass is becoming more popular in the market due to its successes, dependability and the ability to be painted for style purposes.

When you’re in the market for new windows there are a host of considerations that factor in to your decision. If you have questions about different window frame materials throughout your research, contact Pella Windows and Doors at 651-213-9049 or come to our St. Paul showroom to see each material in person. We’re pretty sure that we have the right match for what you’re searching for while still meeting your budget needs as well.


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