Windows were traditionally made of wood, and it is still popular because it is so versatile. Softwood windows need to be protected by paint or a natural wood finish, and regularly maintained.
Double-glazed, vinyl windows offer excellent heat and sound insulation. Old windows are often replaced throughout a house by new vinyl windows. In addition to white, other finishes are available, such as wood-grain. Vinyl requires little maintenance.
Where maximum light is required, aluminum windows can be an excellent option-the strength of aluminum means a thin frame can support a large expanse of glass. Double-glazing may be required by building regulations to reduce heat loss.
Window Screens, Storm Windows, and Panels can be used in front of your main window to allow the summer breeze to flow, or to add extra insulation for the winter. They can also be used to create a three season room or porch. The standard frames are 3/4″ thick x 2″ Unfinished Pine, however other wood types, thicknesses and rail sizes are available. They can be completely customized to suite your requirements.
They can be made in almost any width and height. The standard screen type is a charcoal fiberglass, however many screen types are available. They can be unfinished, or we can stain or paint them. The bottoms can be flat, or cut at an angle (beveled) to a 10 degree angle.
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