Installing new windows at home is a great way to improve your home’s insulation and energy-efficiency, which can reduce your energy bills and boost your overall comfort. But did you know there’s more than just one type of window you can have installed at home?
There are four different types of windows you can install in your home to increase your property value and improve comfort:
- Vinyl windows. Vinyl windows are one of the most common types of windows and might be the framing material you’re most familiar with. Vinyl windows make up the perimeter of the window frame and the surrounding frames of the operable parts of the window itself. The vinyl itself is an advanced polymer called Polyvinyl Chloride or PVC. It’s used in many different materials including pipes, window blinds, and more.
- Fiberglass windows. Fiberglass is a weather-resistant and tough material that’s eco-friendly, sustainable, and low-maintenance. Fiberglass windows have a long and sleek look to them, which makes them great for midcentury modern or contemporary aesthetics.
- Aluminum windows. Aluminum windows resemble fiberglass windows in their sleek and finished look. Aluminum windows have long-lasting value, strength, design flexibility, and durability. They can either be used in new construction window projects or window replacements.
- Wood windows. Wood windows have long been praised for their beauty. These types of windows are great for more a more natural and cozy look. They’re durable, eco-friendly, long-lasting, and great insulators. By using a durable fiberglass exterior alongside a wood frame, you can ensure that your new windows will stand against the elements for years. Wood windows also come in a variety of colors so can choose to use the natural grain of the wood if that’s your style or you can use white window frames instead.
Interested in installing new window upgrades?
Windows are a great way to increase your home’s energy efficiency and boost your property’s overall value. In fact, with new windows, you can expect an average return on investment of up to 70%.
Whether you’re interested in installing wood windows, vinyl windows, aluminum windows, or fiberglass windows, Can Do Remodeling has the window replacement specialists you need to get the job done. For more information on window replacement services or to learn about installing new front doors, contact Can Do Remodeling today.