Here are 5 advantages of using vinyl.
The outstanding thermal performance of vinyl makes it a desirable material for homeowners, There are the energy efficiency inherent in vinyl windows: Low-E glass, warm-edge spacers and a high number of air chambers within the frame.
Even within the category of vinyl windows, energy efficiency ratings can vary wildly depending on the manufacturer, glazing, insulation and more. That’s why it’s important to look for the key metrics such as U-factor, solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) and energy rating.
Vinyl is renowned for its easy upkeep. Whereas materials such as wood require lots of touch-ups due to fading, splintering or rotting, Vinyl can endure season after season of harsh weather without needing to be repainted or repaired.
Advances in technology are continually adding to the design possibilities for vinyl windows, At Vinyl-Pro are durable, fade-resistant colours for windows. As well it allows for seamless matching with interiors and exteriors of all styles.
A lead-free uPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) compound material gives windows resistance to impact, moisture and discoloration, and ensures they won’t crack, warp or blister. As a result vinyl windows will continue to look and perform like new, year after year, in all kinds of climates.
Compared to other window materials such as wood and fiberglass, vinyl is a cost-effective option for both new construction and replacement projects.