Select this option if you need multiple types or assistance in determining the best type for your project.

Allow natural light into top floor rooms such as attics that may not have walls for windows.

Like casement windows, they crank out, but the sash opens upward instead of sideways.

STORM WINDOWS Protect older windows against energy inefficiency and are an economical option.

These windows feature a sliding track allowing the sashes to move left and right.

SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS Only the bottom sash opens. The top half of the window is stationary.

Both sashes move up and down. Generally both sashes will pop in for easy cleaning.

BAY/BOW WINDOWS Generally protrude out from the exterior wall of a home, creating a wide view and wide window sill inside.

CASEMENT WINDOWS These windows crank out and allow maximum air flow in and out of a home.

BASEMENT EGRESS These maximize light in a basement and are also used for safety.

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Fiberglass Replacement Windows

Fiberglass replacement windows are amongst the most durable windows that you can buy and the public is accepting them more now than ever. At first, individuals had concerns about this type of window when it came to extreme temperatures. However, the construction of epoxy resins and cloth have made them similar to the construction of boats. In other words, they have great resistance to water.

Due to the construction of the fiberglass, what you get is a surface that is durable and it can be painted. If you invest in fiberglass replacement windows and decide you don't like the plainness of them, you can paint them any color you want, preferably a color that compliments your home.

The customization features of fiberglass replacement windows are something that many homeowners like because they want to achieve a specific look with their home. They want to be the best looking home in the neighborhood and being able to have something more than white windows can help in this quite a bit.

Replacement Reasons

There are many reasons why fiberglass may be the right decision for the double hung replacement windows in your home. For instance, you may have a draft moving through the house. If you do, then you know that you have a window or two that is causing the problem.

You may also have an issue where too much heat is making it into your home. Yes, it is great to have plenty of sunlight coming into a room, but it needs to be filtered so that what you are receiving is light and not an air conditioner that is going to run too much in the summer.

You may even notice gabs between your windows and the space they are supposed to be fitted to. Over time, the home settles and other times a window or two may start to change and fail. This can result in water leakage, lots of air moving through, and expensive repairs later if this is allowed to continue. Fiberglass replacement windows are an affordable way to conquer these problems because these problems can cost you more in the long run than the initial cost of fiberglass replacement windows.

Some individuals just want their homes to look nice. They want a specific window color to match various aspects of the home so that it is uniform. The traditional white color can seem rather mundane and plain, so having options is quite pleasing to the homeowner and can be quite exciting.

Window Openings

There is another interesting fact about fiberglass and that is that it will easily fit within the larger openings that can make up a picture window. Some types don't hold up to this as well, but fiberglass replacement windows will. This is because they are stiffer and are of greater strength than vinyl, although vinyl is the ideal replacement window for smaller openings and they are also easy to clean. Fiberglass, however, has many of the same conveniences, but offer a durability that is unprecedented.

And if you are using double or triple pane glass, then you are going to need a sturdy structure to hold the weight. Glass is in no way light, so something strong needs to hold it.

As for why fiberglass is so sturdy and frequently used as a replacement window is because it is made out of resin and glass fiber. The strength can easily be compared to boat hulls.


The cost of fiberglass replacement windows is higher than vinyl and their durability has a lot to do with this. Other factors include that fiberglass has the insulating properties of wood, while it has the strength of metal.

In addition to the strength of these replacement windows is the insulation that is provided. It is the best amongst all replacement windows. What this does is, despite the high cost of the fiberglass, it provides you with savings on your electric bill. The insulating features of fiberglass replacement windows means that they are going to more than pay for themselves. The material easily expands and contracts with the weather. This keeps the seal airtight.

And due to the durability, you are not going to have to replace a single window for a very long time. As a matter of fact, you should never have to replace them. This means you are going to save even more money because you will not have to replace prematurely.

So although fiberglass replacement windows do come with a higher cost, they are going to more than pay for themselves with the energy savings that they offer. There is also the fact that you will not have to prematurely replace them. Maintenance is easy as well, giving you a sound investment for your home that will also make it look great.

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